A Transformative Near Death Experience with David Ditchfield

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Episode 61: On this episode, David Ditchfield joins me to talk about a horrific accident where he was dragged by a train & nearly died & his remarkable journey beyond the veil. David recounts his Near Death Experience (NDE) in detail, as a result of the accident & talks about how the experience transformed his life in many ways. David awoke to new abilities, to include the ability to paint and later discovered he could compose music. Both were abilities that David seemingly did not possess before his journey to the other side. You can find out more about David’s book, his paintings and his music at, shineonthestory.com.

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

Talking Haunted Objects with Steve Hummel

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Episode 59: On this episode, Archive of the Afterlife National Museum of the Paranormal owner, Steve Hummel, joins me to talk about haunted objects and his collection of historical items, to include dolls and other items that may be haunted. Steve has been investigating the paranormal for over 12 years and was a former Historical and Paranormal Tour Guide at the former West Virginia State Penitentiary for over 11 years and also talked about his experiences there. Steve also talked about the inherent dangers of storing these haunted items and how he protects himself spiritually. To find out more about Steve’s haunted museum, visit his website at, http://www.archive-afterlife.weebly.com

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

The Real Paranormal with Ted VanSon

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Episode 58: On this episode, long time Paranormal Investigator, author, and radio host Ted VanSon joins me to talk about his many years of investigating the paranormal. Ted calls himself a skeptical believer and never believes that a location is haunted, before doing a thorough investigation. Ted has been investigating the paranormal for over 30 years, and in his books, he has written about using simple things around the house to help in paranormal investigating. Ted also talks about his work with Jason Hawes, Steve Gonsalves and Dave Tango on an episode of Ghost Nation he recently was a guest on. The episode was filmed in an upper state New York residence, where they captured a very interesting apparition on camera.

You can catch Ted’s radio/podcast show at, paratalkradio.com, every Monday night at 8PM EDT, with his co-host Cindy Thompson.

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

Talking Haunted Hospitals with Mark Leslie

Episode 56: On this episode, Canadian fiction and non-fiction wrtier, Mark Leslie joins me to talk about stories from the book he co-authored with Rhonda Parrish, Haunted Hospitals: Eerie Tales About Hospitals, Sanatoriums, and Other Institutions. Mark talked about what prompted him and Rhonda to write the book, to include some stories that were shared by Rhonda about the Charles Camsell Hospital, an abandoned hospital in Edmonton, Alberta. We also talked about many other interesting locations, to include Waverly Hills, Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Pennhurst, a story about the Linda Vista Community Hospital and much more. Mark also talks about the reasons he believes hospitals and abandoned hospitals, are rife for hauntings.

Mark Leslie’s website: mark.leslie.ca

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

Railroad & WWII Hauntings with Matthew Swayne

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Episode 55: On this episode, Matthew Swayne comes back on the show to talk about some fascinating and eerie haunted stories from his Haunted Rails and Haunted World War II books. He covered stories about haunted rail stations, haunted trains and haunted museums, to include the infamous Abraham Lincoln Ghost Train and why railroad locations are good recipe for hauntings. He also talked about a few very interesting haunted stories surrounding World War II, to include the story of the Ghost Admiral who gives boy scout troops a tour of the USS Lexington, a spirit-sailor who keeps watch over Pearl Harbor and a few others. Matthew is a research writer and has written several books on various haunted subjects.

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov