13 O’Clock Episode 12 – The Enfield Poltergeist

On the even dozenth episode of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny have an in-depth and “spirited” (heh) discussion about what is probably the best-known poltergeist case of modern times, that of the Enfield Poltergeist from 1977.

The story of the Hodgson family and their bizarre encounter with the paranormal (or the shameless hoaxing by Janet Hodgson, depending on your perspective) has been the subject of numerous documentaries, a kick-ass book called This House Is Haunted by Guy Lyon Playfair, a British miniseries called The Enfield Haunting, and the recent Hollywood horror film The Conjuring 2.

Your favorite podcasters separate the wheat from the chaff, the fact from the fiction, and along the way give a shout-out to late parapsychologist Maurice Grosse, who spent over a year with the family investigating the disturbances, and kinda throw some shade on demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren, who said they were involved in the case but really only showed up uninvited for like five minutes.

Flying toys! Flipping furniture! Floating children! A little girl saying all kinds of creepy shit in an old man’s voice! It’s all here on this entertaining exploration of the Enfield Poltergeist.

Download the audio file from Project Entertainment Network 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.

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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. 🙂

“Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist” Now Available in Audio Book Form!

Well, here on the outskirts of Orlando we were largely spared the worst of Hurricane Matthew (other than a power outage), but we’re all back to normal at the Hellfire household, which means it’s time once again for the hard sell. My first paranormal book, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist, written with the God of Hellfire and poltergeist experiencer himself, is now available as an audio book! Buy it right here, or, for a limited time, promise to write a review and I will message you a FREE download code for Audible.com. Sound like a deal? GET ON THIS SHIT. Oh, and by the way, if you’d like to hear a little supplemental chat about the case, the GoH and I featured it as the last episode of our 13 O’Clock Podcast. Enjoy.

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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.

The Rochdale Poltergeist Is Out, and Here’s a Trailer!

I know you have all been waiting on the fabled tenterhooks, so now, finally, HERE IT IS! The Rochdale Poltergeist is an account of the famous 1996 case that I wrote with the honest-to-gosh, real-life parapsychologist who investigated the case, Steve Mera, the director of the Scientific Establishment of Parapsychology (SEP) in Manchester, England. It’s available in both print and ebook formats from Amazon, so buy, read, review! And here’s a short trailer I made to whet your appetite! Happy haunting, paranormal pals!