As I mentioned on my last show, I am thankful for a lot of things, personally and professionally. When it comes to The Edge of the Unknown, I am happy that my friend Joe Burkhart and I had a phone call late this past summer that brought me here; it was on his suggestion that I landed the gig in the first place. 502 more words
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Joseph Glanvill was an Oxford-educated philosopher and clergyman, best known for his 1681 treatise on the supernatural, Saducismus Triumphatus: or, Full and Plain Evidence Concerning Witches and Apparitions… 303 more words
I’m thrilled to welcome my friend, author Mary Behre, to the blog on one of my favorite holidays, Halloween! Mary writes stories with humor, suspense, and a psychic love-connection. 856 more words
Are you haunted by strange noises and weird odors? With the proper maintenance, you’ve got more than a ghost of a chance to rest easy.