I've got some exciting news! HJ's Ambassador of Dark and Paranormal Tourism, Courtney Mroch (a.k.a. moi), is coming out of interview retirement/exile* to appear as a guest on Scott Morrow's The Fearless Ghost Hunter radio show.
That's right. The spell is over. I'll be stepping into the radio spotlight again.
On December 22, 2014 I had the opportunity to participate in a conference call with Josh Gates about his new Travel Channel show: Expedition Unknown. It premieres January 8, 2015.
He began the call by giving us ("us" being bloggers and reporters) an idea of what the show will be about.
Late last year, I was contacted by a publishing rep at Hyperion to see if I'd be interested in reviewing Wendy Webb's newest book, The Vanishing, which will be released January 21, 2014. The rep had come across a review I'd written about Webb's first book, The Tale of Halcyon
I'm very excited that Wicked Walks creator Diane Rothrock agreed to an interview. I've interviewed quite a lot of haunted places authors, but very few ghost tour owners, operators, or guides. And I certainly haven't interviewed any smart phone app creators. Diane is a combo of all of them: writer,
This is the second part of an interview with Sharon Day of Ghost Hunting Theories and Julie Ferguson of Above the Norm. In Part 1, I they talked about some of their projects and how they met. In this part they expand on their thoughts about working together, share some
Two of the first bloggers I started following in March 2009 when I finally felt good enough to get off the couch and try to get going again were Sharon Day, a.k.a. Autumnforest, of Ghost Hunting Theories and Julie Ferguson, a.k.a. Adsila, of Above the Norm.
I still follow them these
I've interviewed Jessica Penot of Ghost Stories and Haunted Places before. I wanted to interview her again, but as I just now revisited our past conversation, it dawned on me I repeated a couple of questions.
Well, Jessica was very nice and obliged answering once again anyway. Luckily she had some
I love interviewing people but I'm rarely the interviewee. That's why it was so much fun to participate in Pamela K. Kinney's Supernatural Friday: Interviewing Courtney of HauntJaunts.
Pamela is the author of both fiction and non-fiction, including a couple of haunted places books:
Haunted Virginia: Legends, Myths, and True Tales
If Karen Frazier's name sounds familiar, maybe it's because you know her from Paranormal Underground Magazine or Paranormal Underground Radio. Or maybe you've read one of her articles or books. (As a freelancer, she edits and writes for a variety of places.)
It was her book Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts
He probably would prefer I didn't, but I have to thank paranormal pop culture expert and journalist Aaron Sagers (whose work can be found on Pop Matters and who founded Paranormal Pop Culture) for making this interview with Kris Williams of Ghost Hunters happen. I view it as a big coup for my