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Friday, August 6th – Guest: Debbie Felton

Debbie Felton – Monsters and Monarchs

Serial killers have been around longer than you might think. Debbie Felton takes us back in time to discuss her research on serial killers in Ancient Greece and Rome.

GUEST BIO:

Debbie Felton is Professor of Classics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She specializes in the weirder aspects of the ancient world, and teaches classes on ghost stories of Greece and Rome and on witchcraft and magic in the ancient Mediterranean. She is also editor of the journal Preternature and Associate Review Editor for the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts. She occasionally serves as content consultant for children’s ghost story books published by Bearport Press.

BOOKS:

Monsters and Monarchs: Serial Killers in Classical Myth and History

A Cultural History of Fairy Tales in Antiquity (edited volume)

Landscapes of Dread (edited volume)

Haunted Greece and Rome: Ghost Stories from Classical Antiquity

The Oxford Handbook of Monsters in Classical Myth (coming soon)

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All music by The Rentals featuring special remixes from their album Q36.
For more info on The Rentals and Q36 visit: https://therentals.bandcamp.com/

APPLE MUSIC: https://music.apple.com/us/album/q36/1509863328

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Thursday, August 5th – Guest: Paul Seaburn

Paul Seaburn – Stories of the Paranormal

Paul Seaburn, humorist and paranormal writer, will discuss the most interesting paranormal and weird news stories out there today.

GUEST BIO:

Paul Seaburn’s long, strange, mysterious trip to editing and writing about the paranormal and hosting the What in the World podcast began with a career in tech support, management and sales for two successful computer industry startups. A lifelong love of comedy led him to try standup, but his talent for writing resulted instead in a second career penning jokes for the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Comic Strip Live and many top comedians. As jokes expanded to essays and scripts, his works were published by The New York Times, many magazines and in over 30 collections of humor, trivia and puzzles; he was the head writer and song lyricist for an Emmy-winning children’s show and is still the head writer for a jazz/comedy show on public radio. After a stint at the reincarnation of Rocketboom, Paul brought his comedy skills to the writing about the paranormal and strange news world where he can finally scratch the itch he’s had since his youth to become a cross between Robert Ripley and Dave Barry.

BOOK:

A Wife’s Little Instruction Book

Jestercises & Gamestorms

Uncle John’s Certified Organic Bathroom Reader (contributor)

The Extraordinary Book of Lists (contributor)

WEBSITE:

Paul Seaburn on Facebook

New Cleveland Radio

New Cleveland Radio on YouTube

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All music by The Rentals featuring special remixes from their album Q36.
For more info on The Rentals and Q36 visit: https://therentals.bandcamp.com/

APPLE MUSIC: https://music.apple.com/us/album/q36/1509863328

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Wednesday, August 4th – Guest: Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern – Marilyn Monroe and UFOs

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Tuesday, August 3rd – Guest: Robert Bosnak

Robert Bosnak – Embodied Imagination

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Monday, August 2nd – Guest: Dr. Diane Hennacy

Dr. Diane Hennacy – The ESP Enigma

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Friday, July 30th – Guest: Nowal Massari

Nowal Massari – Ghosts-n-Heauxs

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Thursday, July 29th – Guest: Robert Guffey

Robert Guffey – Project Chameleo

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Wednesday, July 28th – Guest: Dr. Julia Mossbridge

Dr. Julia Mossbridge – Physics, Psychology, and Pre-Cognition

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Tuesday, July 27th – Guest: Maureen Seaberg

Maureen Seaberg – Revolution of the Senses

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Friday, July 23rd – Guest: Mike Williams

Mike Williams – The Paranormal in the Outback