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

Saturday February 14, 2015
Valentine's Day
Whilst I was off at the annual Doctor Who convention GallifreyOne, and networking with the likes of writers Jane Espensen, Christine Boylan, and Deric Hughs, Friday through Sunday, Henry Foister, Kat Klockow and Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan did the Valentine's Day edition.
Kat pointed out, for those not in the chat room, one could tweet at us on Twitter @paraviewradio, or contact the show via our email.
CC started out, discussing 22 reasons chocolate being the most Perfect Food on the planet.
Henry brought up that often chocolate has been used as an ingredient in love-attraction spells. He also brought up the use of salt petre in the armed services to stifle physical urges, of which Kat had never heard.
Kat had a few tales, beginning with the famous Confederate Camp Chase Cemetery in Columbus Ohio, which used to be a union trading camp until the war between the states. One of the ghosts that haunt the very haunted cemetery is the Lady in Grey The Ohio Exploration Society tells of the Lady in Grey, believed to be Louisiana Ransburgh Briggs who would bring flowers to the Confederate graves, which she continued to do after death, at the tombstone of Benjamin Allen at which fresh flowers are found, and crying can be heard.
Henry plugged an event at Pennhurst by the Ghostsoldiers March 28th, but Henry is busy heading to Waverly Hills
After the first break, Henry pointed out the level of cold in Trenton, Ohio, to which CC felt she had to point out that in her San Francisco area, it was 76 today. Henry also added another love spell from Albertus Magnus. They considered various chocolate-covered items, such as chocolate-covered Gummy-Worms and watermelon. He also brought up the old urban legend of Spanish Fly, and how in England placing bay leaves on Valentine's Day eve. Also placing a concoction of marigolds in a desired lover's footprints on October 18th: St. Luke's Day.
CC discussed the pagan fertility holiday Lupercalia honouring Faunus, celebrated February 13-15. At the end of the 5th century by Pope Gelliseus banning the holiday, absorbing it into celebrating St. Valentine on the 14th. There were three St. Valentines, all martyred.
Henry brought up some Fun Facts about St. Valentine's Day, such as which sex spents the most when and on what. Some strange background sounds popped up; Kat wondered if Henry was watching The Bachelor and they razzed the silly show a bit, but they forgot to focus on that the sound was the show itself echoing in some way. Strangely, the soft background echo preceded the clean audio.
Kat regaled a few tales via The Missing Lovers about an adulterous couple who were immured, of a couple of lovers'-leap ghost stories set in Paris, at the Eiffel Tower, and at the Arch de Triumph; The Rejected Suiter, and another White Lady story, at the Huntly Castle in Scotland.
Kat told one more interesting tale just before the second break, about a man in Columbus, Georgia, arrested after breaking into a funeral home and having sex with a corpse.
CC reported tonight the show having listeners in the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia. She also spouted a few Valentines Day one-liners.
Henry revealed numerous superstitions for Valentines Day, after which Kat returned to more ghostly love stories.
CC then detailed the facts surrounding the famous Chicago Valentines Day Massacre. Henry followed up this with Seaweed Charlie and the Calvary Cemetery.
As the show wound down, Henry announced our guest next week would be Pamala Oslie, author of of Life Colors and Love Colors.
Doug McReynolds called in, somehow screwing up Skype enough that the audio volume for the rest of the show was substantially softer, as they discussed upcoming Gettysburg visits.
Kat provided the show's @Paraviewradio Twitter presence, our email address, her own website, her @katklockow Twitter, and the show's official website, and our being findable on Facebook. While Kat gave out my @realbadger at Twitter, unfortunately she mistakently gave out my website as geoffreygould dot net.
Tonight Kat did not provide her @jinxedcomic graphic novel on Twitter info, nor her Facebook fan page, her Hunt For Ghosts site, nor her Miss Grey graphic novel page.
As Henry reminded the listeners that our guest the next week would be Pamala Oslie, the show wrapped out.

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