In this extensive interview, Jenny talks about starting the 13 O’Clock podcast, how she chooses and researches the topics, what her favorite topics were, and she also discusses the rise of “amateur” movie reviewing, and her love of horror movies. Check it out right here!
As I promised, right here is part three of my interview about The Unseen Hand that I undertook for the rad podcast Where Did the Road Go? By the way, if you like Seriah’s show, please consider donating to his Patreon. Thank you, and keep it creepy.
A few posts back I gave some links to some radio shows and podcasts I’d been on recently, and just as I promised, right here is part two of the interview I did on Where Did the Road Go with Seriah Azkath. There will also be a part three up soon, plus an extra interview with me was recorded for their Patreon supporters, so go support the show and get some extra content from yours truly. Thank you, and keep it creepy. 🙂
For those of you out there who simply can’t get enough of me talking about poltergeists and generally making a nuisance of myself, here I am talking about my latest book The Unseen Hand on the Conspirinormal Podcast with Adam Sayne, here I am on Me & Paranormal You with Ryan Singer, and here I am discussing the same book on Where Did the Road Go? with Seriah Azkath. Keep in mind that I also recorded a part two and three for the Where Did the Road Go show, plus some extra stuff for their Patreon listeners, so if you’re so inclined, you will be able to listen to me talk until the heat death of the universe. Enjoy!
If you missed it last Sunday, now you can listen to this fun, rambling interview with me, conducted by Dr. Chris of Radio of Horror, anytime you want to! Like now would be a good time, don’t you think?
Listen to Radio of Horror tonight at midnight EST cuz there will be an interview with me!
Viddy well, little Droogies, for here is a thing whereby Carmilla Voiez of the British site Terror Realm asked me questions, and I answered them. An interview, I think that’s called, though I could have done without the restraints and thumbscrews, honestly.