Saturday March 23, 2019
Tonght's guest was paranormal investigator, author, Gettysburg researcher, novelist, screenwriter
(and former co-host of this very show),
was able to mention my short film
the next day
Golden State Film Festival
at the famous Hollywood
upstairs the next day, Sunday 24 March at 2pm.
started out mentioning our annual April Gettysburg event, which Craig is tour guide.
Understandably, Craig loves Gettysburg, where one is Always Learning; mentioning finding a monument to George Custer who'd actually fought at Gettysburg.
Henry spoke about various haunted places in the town, battlefields, etc., though some buildings charge for haunted places.
is a good haunted location, but Craig indicated on the weekends it's crowded with tourists.
He stressed that coming across hauntings during the day is just as prevalent as during the night.
was discussed, and Craig indicated how battery operated devices drain very quickly there.
Witnesses have come across a soldier at the rifle post.
We talked about Henry checking out the Slyder Farm.
Craig spoke about the
can rent out
and spend the night.
Craig and his friend could hear rifle and cannon fire in the darkness.
we did live from the
where Craig had all but vanished under the waters of the river in an effort to elicit ghostly responses.
was discussed, in which a woman in period attire can be seen dancing.
Craig indicated liking the haunted
now a museum.
Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan
conveyed our having listeners tonight in Spain, throughout the USA, the UK, Finland, Canada, and Unknown.
One down note was there being a few less-than-reputable ghost tours, some that make up stuff. as opposed to the original ghost tours' guides.
We obviously had to mention and shout out to
Mr. G's Ice Cream
Slightly reluctantly, Craig discussed UFO activity in his area.
Craig suspects the most haunted place is Devil's Den.