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Bobbie Ensaryruns the little-known but influential blog called “The Shift Has Hit the Fan”, a blog which touches on the intersection between comparative spirituality, politics, white magick, spiritual travel, high culture, pop culture and as she puts it, is “One person’s perspective on the Earth’s energetic shift”. In the first month of going online, some of her blog posts were picked up by the likes of and in the case of Elephant Journal, went viral.
She speaks 4 languages, is a graduate of McGill University, Emory University and the Institute for Medicine and Spirituality at Johns Hopkins University. She has lived in Canada, Turkey, the United States and Bangladesh and spent spent years studying the commonalities between Islam, Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism and Native American spirituality. She also spent time with His Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of the Greek Orthodox Church and the late Hopi Elder, Grandfather Martin Gashweseoma.

These days, Bobbie specializes in individual Ascension counseling, travel therapy and designing and consulting on individualized spiritual tours based strictly on each individual’s needs. She uses hertravel experiences, exposure to other cultures and religions and her training from Johns Hopkins in doing complete spiritual assessments to help clients, which was solidly grounded in both old and new theological and spiritual traditions as well as theistic and non-theistic teachings. She sometimes gets called in to host the afternoon radio show at Montreal's Radio Humsafar to talk about UFOs, witchcraft and Vedic astrology.

My special guest returning to the show is Bobbie Ensary to discuss Earth's energy centers and why they are important to the evil Elite.  

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John Kachuba is the award-winning author of twelve books and numerous articles, short stories and poems. Among his awards are the Thurber Treat Prize for humor writing awarded by The Thurber House and First Place in the Dogwood Fiction Contest. John teaches Creative Writing at Ohio University, Antioch University Midwest and the Gotham Writers Workshop. He is a member of the Historical Novel Society, the Horror Writers Association, and the American Library Association’s Authors for Libraries.

Lock the doors, draw the curtains, and light a candle as you join author John Kachuba on a guided tour of Illinois's most terrifyingly haunted places.

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            Thomas Bauerle has lived in Japan and traveled extensively throughout Asia for over 30 years.   He is a lecturer at Nagoya City University, Japan, where he teaches English, Writing, and The History of American Music.  He graduated from Indiana University, USA with an MFA in Creative Writing.  He has published magazine articles and short stories in many publications, including: Brilliant Corners, Nagoya Avenues and Japanzine, where he was a winner of the “Sudden Fiction” contest.  

My special guest tonight is author Thomas Bauerle discussing his book Kanashibari: True Encounters with the Paranormal in Japan.

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My special guests tonight are forensic investigator Katherine Ramsland and paranormal investigator Mark Nesbitt to discuss how they collaborated on haunted crime scene investigations. The two books are Haunted Crime Scenes and Blood & Ghosts.

Jenny Ashford is a horror and paranormal writer, graphic designer, and podcaster. Her books include three novels, Red Menace, Bellwether, and The Five Poisons; two short story collections, Hopeful Monsters and The Associated Villainies; a graphic novel, The Tenebrist; and four paranormal nonfiction books, The Unseen Hand: A New Exploration of Poltergeist Phenomena, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist (with Tom Ross), House of Fire and Whispers: Investigating the Seattle Demon House, and The Rochdale Poltergeist (both with Steve Mera).

er newest book, a true crime compilation called The Faceless Villain: A Collection of the Eeriest Unsolved Murders of the 20th Century, Volume One, was published in October of 2017.

Her short stories have appeared in several anthologies, including The Nightmare Collective, History Is Dead, 2012AD, ChimeraWorld #3, and ChimeraWorld #4. Her horror blog, Goddess of Hellfire, contains writing news, short stories and articles, and her reviews and opinions on horror films and books.

She also co-hosts a podcast with Tom Ross called 13 O'Clock, on which they discuss paranormal weirdness, true crime, unexplained mysteries, and other fun, creepy topics.

My special guest tonight is author Jenny Ashford to discuss her book The Unseen Hand that explores the frightening phenomenon of poltergeist activity.

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My special guests tonight are renown UFO researchers and authors Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner. They shed light on a little known phenomenon of paranormal activity that occurs after being in close proximity to UFO's or being adducted by aliens.

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I was raised in a rather unusual environment.  My mother owned a successful modeling agency in Salt Lake City.  I was on a runway by the time I was 5, teaching modeling by age 16, and helping women find confidence and a core of self-worth, by my early 20's.  The fashion industry also gave me a background in creating special events. 

   I have made my living as a professional muralist, motivational speaker, TV Talk Show Host, and author.  I majored in journalism and art in college, and find joy, in creating, using both brush and keyboard.

   Writing about historic places with paranormal activity is a passion of mine.  Their history is fascinating...what I call the "bones" of the place.  From there you begin to understand the hauntings that typically list the places I write about in the top 10 most-haunted venues in the world.  I research them extensively, spend the nights in their shadowed bedrooms, and interview the owners, staff, and customers to create the most comprehensive book I can.  I was featured on Coast to Coast Am with George Noory for a 2-hour interview with 3 million people listening in.  What a thrill!

    My other books deal with creating businesses in the creative arts, how to have a life of abundance through confidence, and understanding what makes relationships work, and of course, fiction in the mystery/supernatural genre.

     I am a proud mother of four amazing sons, a step-mom to 3 more sons and a long-awaited daughter, and a grandmother to 11 enthusiastic grandchildren. I am married and living in the beautiful foothills of the Colorado Rockies, where I indulge my love of boating, golf and adventure.

My special guest author Rebecca Pittman joins me to discuss the infamous murders thought to be committed by Lizzie Borden in 1892.