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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Part Two of My Interview About “The Unseen Hand” on Where Did the Road Go

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. 🙂

I’ve Been Flapping My Gums on Some Shows

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!

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. 🙂