In Episode 43 we talk ghosts, curses, and legends of baseball with author and paranormal guy Dan Gordon. Gordon is the co-author of Haunted Baseball, the first book to focus on the haunting and supernatural beliefs surrounding America’s pastime. Tonight he’s with us live to discuss his new book, Field of Screams. What’s the most haunted ballpark in the United States? What baseball legends are still hanging around? What players are easily spooked? Is Bigfoot a baseball fan? Tune in to find out!
In Episode 41 we talk about the Ghosts of Gettysburg with Mark Nesbitt. Gettysburg is considered one of the most haunted places in the world since the horrific battle that took place there July 1-3, 1863. No one knows the history and hauntings better than historian, paranormal investigator, and author Mark Nesbitt. Nesbitt is the author of the popular Ghosts of Gettysburg series of books, he’s owned and operated a ghost tour in town since 1994. Nesbitt and his stories have been heard and seen on The History Channel, The Travel Channel, A&E, Unsolved Mysteries, and on this episode he shares his experiences and evidence with you.
In Episode 41 we overcome a few technical difficulties and our host’s cold to bring you alien abductee and Fire in the Sky author, Travis Walton. On November 5, 1975, a group of loggers working in the mountains of northeastern Arizona saw a strange, unusually bright light in the sky. One of the men, Travis Walton, left the safety of his truck to check it out. As he walked toward the light he was blasted back by a mysterious bolt of energy. His fellow loggers left in fear to get help. For five days authorities mounted a massive manhunt for Walton’s body. When he was found, Travis was disoriented and unable to tell the whole story of his encounter. His book, Fire in the Sky, is one of the best-documented accounts of an alien abduction to-date. In 1993 Paramount studios made the book into a movie starring James Garner, Robert Patrick, and D.B. Sweeney… in Episode 41, Travis Walton is all your, Oddballs.