Saturday May 30, 2015
Our guest tonight was
The Haunting of Mississippi,
The Haunting of Louisiana,
The Haunting of Cape Cod and the Islands.
She started out about her once taking a photo of a portrait of
the first minister, and that he "would haunt" her camera.
she only writes about a place she has visited, and where she's interviewed the owner, manager, staff, visitors, et al.
While not a paranormal investigator herself, she did once take tour, during which the tour guide gave out digitial recorders and left the group to check for EVPs.
She did not get any, but others in the group caught a few.
During a sleep-over visit to a plantation, she woke up and heard a little girl's voice simply saying, "Hello."
Speaking with the owners, at first they thought of the adult ghosts, but when they heard where she'd heard it, they pointed out that that had been the plantation schoolroom.
She spoke of the
Sandwich Glass Museum,
using holographic technology to retell the sad stories of the couple that used to live there.
Barbara touched on the topic of
and the haunted
B&B, the oldest inn on the cape.
The discussion segued so seamlessly, I barely realized we were talking about the very
Old Yarmouth Inn.
CC reported our having listeners tonight in the US, the UK, Canada, Australia, and France.
We spoke at length about the
Simmons Homestead Inn
in Hyannis Port, with its
little girl ghost Suzie,
as well as the
large contingent of orange tabby cats.
Kat committed to
when she moves to Providence, Rhode Island.
Henry asked about her book's chapter
The Ghost House,
where locals believe at least
in this one former residence, the
now an office building.
She spoke about the
and the ghostly legends surrounding the area.
Barbara was such an excellent guest that we ran a minute or three over the two hour mark.
On air we were not able to provide
her official website,
et al, but I assured her, once off the air, it'd here on the report page.
Henry managed to impart that next week our guest would be