Part Three of Me (Hey, That Rhymed!) on Where Did the Road Go?

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.

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Me and Steve Mera Talking About “House of Fire and Whispers” on Where Did the Road Go

Happy Halloween, my creepy compatriots! If you’d like to spend the most excellent day of the year listening to one of the world’s preeminent parapsychologists and one of the world’s most fabulous authors discussing the infamous Keith Linder haunting and the book we wrote about same, then you’re in luck, because we were interviewed extensively on the wonderful podcast Where Did the Road Go the other day, and you can listen to the results right here:

Have a safe and spooky Halloween, my dears. 🙂

Talking Poltergeists on Conspirinormal and Buttercup of Doom

Perhaps, like me, you need something to cheer your black heart a little after last night’s grim-as-fuck Walking Dead premiere. In the interest of healing, please take a listen to two, count ’em, TWO shows on which the God of Hellfire and I flap our jaws about poltergeists and ghost hunting shenanigans. Click here for the Conspirinormal podcast and here for the Buttercup of Doom podcast. Incidentally, episode 10 of our own 13 O’Clock podcast will be up tomorrow.

13 O’Clock Episode 7 – The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist

On this episode, Tom and Jenny discuss the case that started it all. Jenny was primarily a horror writer until Tom told her about a horrifying poltergeist experience he had endured in 1982, when he was thirteen years old. Objects moved in impossible ways, creepy noises like human voices came out of thin air, and an eerie presence seemed to watch him and his family at every turn, and followed them to a total of three locations. Tom gives a rundown of some of the phenomena, using current pictures of one of the locations in order to jog his memory. Tom and Jenny also discuss the poltergeist activity that rekindled at their own home more than thirty years after the original incidents. If you’d like to know more about the case, Tom and Jenny’s book, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist, is available in print and ebook, and now in audio book as well.

Download the audio file from iProject Radio here, or watch the YouTube version here. Also, don’t forget to follow the 13 O’Clock Podcast blog, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.