Sat, 19 June 2010
In this podcast, Fiona Broome describes some minor deceit at a recent event... a "gotcha" that she fell right into.
She contrasts this with the intelligent debate and banter of healthy skeptic Robin Bellamy.
Fiona also describes the two figures that vanished at Ontario's Fort Mississauga, some other chilling experiences there, and her eerie conversation with Christopher Moon and his Telephone to the Dead (aka Frank's Box).
For more information about ghosts and ghost hunting, visit HollowHill.com.
Music: Zombie, written and orchestrated by Devin Anderson.
Fri, 4 June 2010
In this podcast, ghost hunter Fiona Broome talks about the speakers and guests at the May 2010 G.H.O.S.T.S. Conference in Ontario, Canada.
Her topics in this podcast include:
Meeting Al Peacock, one of the founding members of the Philip study, documented in Conjuring Up Philip. This study -- and the book about it -- are among the 20th century's most important contributions to understanding ghosts and hauntings.
Talks by the following paranormal professionals.
John Sabol, "the ghost excavator," cultural anthropologist, archaeologist and author of many innovative books about paranormal research. One of ghost hunting's most energetic and enthusiastic speakers, John shared some extraordinary new approaches to paranormal research, and videos that even astonished the professionals.
Fiona also explains her views on TV programming and networks' efforts to meet the demands and expectations of the viewing audience, equating it to a roller coaster attraction.
For more information about this conference and ghosts in general, visit HollowHill.com - the ghost hunting website.
Music: Zombie, written and orchestrated by Devin Anderson