Saturday September 14, 2013
Tonight we had
America's Haunted Road Trip
of which he took over management),
as well as
Warriors: A Comprehensive D20 Sourcebook for Fantasy Role-Playing Games,
amongst other titles.
Skype was being extremely uncooperative, again, dropping me and preventing my getting in at the show's start, even at one point dropping our guest.
It turned out that XAT, through which the chat room work, was also having issues early in the show.
As I could not get in after Skype dropped me before we went on the air, CC did the introductions.
Michael started out speaking about how he got into the paranormal, as well as how got into writing about the paranormal, and writing for the
Haunted Road Trip
book series, which sequeed into his speaking about
in Virginia, and while
its urban legends
had been proven to be bogus, he is aware that as a haunted place, the bridge and tunnel is definitely haunted.
He indicated that Bunnyman was the basis for the Bunnyman character in
Michael spoke about Maryland's
claiming itself to be the most haunted town in America.
While it's Very Haunted, Michael indicated it could at least be the most haunted city in Maryland.
Coming back from the first break, Michael conveyed how his life sometimes comically mirrors
He's experienced phantasms, the spirits of the dead, and traveled all over investigating.
He once approached a tunnel and could hear people speaking inside the empty tunnel all the way through which he walked.
Michael discussed the haunting of Ford's Theatre but he dismissed that it's Lincoln as Lincoln didn't die there, he's been seen in the White House et al; he suspects it was Ford who owned the theatre due to his ruination due to the event that really had no connection to him
(but he was open to a Residual aspects regarding the shooting).
Coming back from the second break,
CC reported our having listeners tonight in the US, France, Australia and Canada.
He spoke of a local Texas haunted location, a stretch of road called
emptying out to
Michael spoke about the haunted aspects of
is as old as the town, unlike some other lodges that are more recently constructed.
He spoke of how as he was writing
Shipwrecks and Lost Treasures,
he was considering some cross-overs, as there are ghost ships on the Great Lakes.
He indicated the slight frustration of finding so many stories, but a book can "only" list thirty sites.
Thursday he's head to Hawaii
Mysteries on Honolulu
Michael recommended his entry about
going off the beaten track in Hawaii
travel blog site.
He indicated he'd be eventually working with documentarist
Dan T. Hall
in the near future.
Michael also plugged his
Ghosthunting San Antonio, Austin, & Texas Hill Country
gamer site, and an online game magazine
which has new gaming content all the time
(off-air after the show, Michael recommended to me the gaming supply site
Michael gave out his
I provided the show's various page locations;
Paranormal View hub page,
that we're findable
having a dedicated Wiki page,
my having officially landed the big role in the indie feature film
going before the cameras in a month or three.
gave out her
Miss Grey graphic novel
her own website;
Henry pointed that the next week we'd have
and we wrapped out.