Saturday January 05, 2013
Pamela K. Kinney
Tonight's guest for our global listeners, and those in the live
we had author and ghost hunter
Pamela K. Kinney
Haunted Richmond II,
Travel Guide to the Haunted Mid-Atlantic Region
Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths, and True Tales,
She spoke about how she got into writing true-ghost books of the Richmond
She spoke of ancient
and the disembodied voices sometimes heard; also that it's not far from
which also has a perchance for hauntings.
We learned, via Skype Chat, that Henry missed recording the first few minutes of the show.
Henry asked which was the scariest place to which she's been; one place an EVP session they had a male entity all but bullying a female spirit, not letting her speak.
Pamela told a story investigating at one place
they were doing an EVP session with a newbie investigator, behind which a heavy lamp which began swinging.
Pamela pointed this out and the newbie all but slugged Pamela in fleeing, and a little boy's voice could be heard giggling.
Another time she witnessed a tall Shadow Person
(with a single visible white eye),
walk past her in a cemetery and dissipated.
After the first break, Barbara reported our having listeners in the US, the UK, Costa Rica, Ireland Switzerland;
via Skype chat later in the show, Barbara conveyed Canada and Belgium had added listeners to the mix.
Pamela spoke about the
Royal Park Pump House,
at which she experienced witnessing orbs that clearly were not bugs.
Kat asked about activities and/or haunting/s at
store, and Pamela explained much of the what went on in the investigation/s.
Henry wanted to know about
St. John's Church,
but so far, Pamela hasn't gotten anything there herself.
Pamela clarified getting an EVP, and she knows of investigators getting their hair touched, etc.
Also discussed was the Wilton House Museum
and its Randolf family.
was filmed there, and some cast refused to enter the house due to severe activity.
Each time I tried to make a friendly, light-hearted, tongue-in-cheek comment, it fell flat big time as Pamela seemed to act as though I was being deadly serious...
Urban Legend Investigator,
Kat asked after about stories she's heard of
Werewolves of Henrico.
Pamela indicated the sightings seem to indicate more like "white dogs," similar to the cinematic version of "werewolf"
as visually depicted
in the adapted
Harry Potter movies.
Pamela also went into the urban legend stories of a famous personage being thought to be a vampire.
After the second break, Kat was curious about the distinctions of the
Poplar Grove National Cemetery.
The most active place to which she's been was
Pamela spoke of the
haunted coal mine.
Barbara asked if anything has actually scared the otherwise analytical author; Pamela indicate the male ghost in the back of her car, which bullied the female spirit.
It turned out Pamela had also visited the
and witnessed a solid ghost she thought might be a staff-member
She also spoke of a comically brazen ghost cat that began to hang out in her home, much to the displeasure of her corporeal felines.
Pamela was such an awesome guest and indomitable force, the two hours whisked by.
Henry wanted to know more about battlefields, specifically
and its haunted
Henry pointed out the subsequent week, our guest would be
Pamela gave out her book information, her
that she does a Supernatural Friday Blog
(she did not add her pseudonym's
page, and her
author Facebook page.
While she told us off-air prior to the show, Pamela neglected to mention she was to be
an official guest
the January 18-20, 2013 weekend in Williamsburg, Virginia, so I mentioned it myself when
I provided the show's various page locations
Paranormal View hub page,
that we're findable
I didn't realize until we were done that
had not had time to give out her
but "it's not like" I don't add it on each report page.
She did remind me to add here the
Relay for life Indiana Ghost Trackers Southeast Central Chapter team
event link as I did with the
And as for
The Paranormal View,
2013 had begun.