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Paranormal View; Saturday nights at 8pm eastern, 5pm pacific
Paranormal View; Saturday nights at 8pm eastern, 5pm pacific

Saturday December 28, 2013
2013 Holiday edition with guests Beth Brown and Craig Rupp
Tonight was the next best thing to a "clip show" one would see on episodic TV; we had former Paranormal View co-hosts Beth Brown and Craig Rupp. Henry pointed out that The Paranormal View began on 21 November, 2008, and how the listeners have shifted from then to now, some now hosting their own shows.
He pointed out the Skeptic Tank aspect of the show; a debate of sorts with some of the more brutal skeptics they could find. While they only did less than ten such segments, they had skeptics all but lining up to be the guest for it.
Henry listed a few of the topics from the two years Beth co-hosted. He played a clip from one of their earliest shows, with crytozoologist Philip O'Donnell of Living Dinos, 17 years old at the time.
The show moved from Friday to Saturday nights onto but sometimes the CBS carrier wouldn't function properly.
Beth's books were discussed; a fiction novel Underground as well as her editing anthology books, such as Richmond Macabre and Richmond Macabre II. Before she had to leave Beth provided her website. She works as a tour guide at haunted history site Shirley Plantation, a 400 year old; one of the most active being an ancient portrait that apparently moves and makes noise. In 1974 the news actually broadcast the activity of the portrait rocking back and forth.
Beth has also observed other activity such as full body apparitions of former slaves, also a young boy in the courtyard. Beth once house-sat there and in an upstairs TV room when she heard someone walking right up to the closed door. The house dog with her began barking at the closed door, but on throwing open the door there was No One There.
Beth was asked if she had any questions for any of us; she asked what One Paranormal Experience we've each had that made us go "Whoa!"... Henry reported his Middleton investigation where the floor and bed went bang, as well as Hillview Manor when they heard a series of stomps.
Kat spoke of the first ghost she ever saw when she was nine, in the house in which she currently lives: a glowing full body apparition (which she suspected was her grandfather who had passed thirteen years previously), walking into a linen closet.
Craig discussed an experience he had at Gettysburg, where his girlfriend saw a full body apparition while he was out hunting for ghosts. In a room with a chessboard famous for its pieces that would move, the knob to the door suddenly turned.
Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan recounted her experiences at the Brookdale Lodge where when she put her hand into a cold spot she had a vision of a woman being drowned in the stream.
I regailed with my experiences both at the Broadway Theatre commercial shoot, and my experiences on the Queen Mary
Beth told of hers, being at Fort Mifflin her second time there. At about 11:30 at night she went outside to make a call, at the Sally Port, at which she saw a man walk into one of the rooms. She knew no one should be over there, so she went over and found everything chained and padlocked shut; no one could have been able to walk in as she had seen.
Before she departed, we spoke briefly not only of my having been a guest on the show when Beth was still the co-host, but we reminisced that in 2010 she and I meeting when she came out to Los Angeles. for the Celebrity Ghost Hunt pilot. Coming back from the break, with an extremely peculiar PSA, CC reported out having listeners in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and France.
Henry pointed out our Very First Show on 01/01/11, when a former friend of mine, whose mind recently had been spiraling into madness, all but attacking the show during the air. Craig spoke of living near Willowby Run at Gettysburg. Henry asked about G's Ice Cream Parlour, which is "just a house," which still has Gettysburg-battle bullet-holes in the exterior walls.
Henry recalled the first time, while Craig and I were co-hosts, we had Kat Klockow as a guest, and how Henry mistakenly cut off the start of the show, after mispronouncing her name. We also spoke about our good friend, the late Donn Shy who'd been a guest, and how para-x had also lost para-x co-founder Tommy Jones.
We discussed how Kat and CC were enrolled, and their tenure as show co-hosts.
Craig pointed out how he loathes "ghost hunting 'reality' shows."
Kat spoke about working on a Hell's Gate documentary, but there was an issue with Black Moon Manor.
Craig recommended to CC the William B. Alexander book Ghosts Don't Die.
Henry listed off several of our guests that have been guests more than once. Craig suggested we get as a guest Tom DeLong of Blink 182. CC wants Meatloaf, Dan Ackrowd and/or his father, Peter, author of A History of Ghosts: The True Story of Sťances, Mediums, Ghosts, and Ghostbusters.
I indicated wanting David Weatherly regarding Black-Eyed Kids.
Some of the more requested-to-bring-back guest/s included but not limited ti Karen Vance Hammond and Arthur M. Mills Jr.
Discussing the Future of the Paranormal View, Henry indicated that for January our having already scheduled Elaine Kuzmeskus and Maria Celeste. and an event with Kat in Columbus.
I quick gave out the official Paranormal View page page, my Paranormal View hub page on my website, indicating people from there can find the show's respective report pages, that we're very findable on Facebook, and the Qivana health products I promote which people should be taking by indicating anyone wanting to live longer and healthier, and/or with health issues or just... aging in general... could contact me directly, et al, Kat provided her Hunt For Ghosts page, information as we wished all a great New Years.

Author: Beth Brown

Richmond Macabre:
Nightmares from
the River City
Editor: Beth Brown

Richmond Macabre
Volume II:
More Nightmares
Editor: Beth Brown

Haunted Battlefields:
Virginia's Civil War Ghosts
Author: Beth Brown

Haunted Plantations
of Virginia
Author: Beth Brown

Conducting a Paranormal
Investigation -
A Training Guide
Author: Beth Brown

Wicked Richmond
Author: Beth Brown

From a Witch's Kitchen:
Celebrating Seasonal
Magic in Every Meal
Author: Beth Brown
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