You've seen her on Paranormal 911 and Haunted Hospitals among others! Author and paranormal researcher Morgan Knudsen joins me to discuss her new book 'Teaching the Living: From Heartbreak to Happiness in a Haunted Home'.
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Co-founding “Entityseeker Paranormal Research & Investigations”, award-winning investigator Morgan Knudsen's 17 years of experience and knowledge have included co-creating the unique investigative program, 'Teaching the Living'. Subsequently, she has been featured on, and hosted, numerous networks and TV shows around the globe (The Discovery Channel, "A Haunting", "Paranormal 911", Haunted Hospitals", T&E, Travel Channel, Destination America, CBC, CTV, among others). She has also served as a guest professor instructing the 'Teaching the Living' program in psychology and social work classes at many of Canada's post-secondary institutions. With an incredible success rate, Teaching The Living is becoming the number one tool in dealing with people and hauntings in Canada, the United States, and the Netherlands. Requiring people to examine their behaviour, state of mind, and to speak their own truth; Teaching the Living asks the hard questions, examining possible paranormal phenomenon in an honest and effective way, to affect lasting change.
Morgan Knudsen has been involved in the world of paranormal phenomenon for over 18 years. Her story began with a great great grandfather, Dr. Albert Durrant Watson, who was the president and founder of the Association for Psychical Research of Canada in 1918, which was the first paranormal association developed in Canadian history. He reported on his study of the seance communications, purportedly dictated by spirits that called themselves The Humble Ones, in The Twentieth Plane: A Psychic Revelation (1918) and Birth through Death: The Ethics of the Twentieth Plane: A Revelation Received Through the Psychic Consciousness of Louis Benjamin (1920).