"Spooky Southcoast" for October 5, 2013. We are joined by investigative journalist Laura DiDio, who was the first to interview the Lutzes about their experiences in the Amityville house. She also discusses with us her thoughts on the infamous "Ghost Boy" photo. Later in the program, we play some EVP clips and share our experiences from the previous week's Legend Trips event at Slater Mill.
"Spooky Southcoast" for March 1, 2014. Derek A. Gunn (AmazingMassachusetts.com) joins us to discuss some of the stranger and less-known curiosities of New England. Topics include standing stones, pukwudgies, the nature of UFOs and more.
"Spooky Southcoast" for February 8, 2014. After one of our guests was unable to join us due to technical difficulties, we focused completely on the Beatles' 50th anniversary of their historic "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance by discussing the Fab Four and then replaying our interview with R. Gary Patterson regarding the "Paul Is Dead" myth. We also announce an incentive plan for people to donate to our GoFundMe campaign to improve SpookyTV.
A bonus for "Spooky Southcoast" fans! Tim also hosts a Saturday morning show on WBSM, and on February 8, 2014 he spoke with R. Gary Patterson on the eve of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' historic performance on "The Ed Sullivan Show." (You can listen to Tim Saturday mornings from 6-9 am EST at wbsm.com)
"Spooky Southcoast" for February 1, 2014. Ken DeCosta of RISEUP Paranormal (www.riseupparanormal.com) joins us to discuss the parallels between the pursuit of the paranormal and religion, and whether or not being an investigator has made the paranormal into some people's own religion. Andrea Perron of "The Conjuring" fame pops in as well for a few minutes.
"Spooky Southcoast" for January 25, 2014. On the eve of their big appearance on "Coast to Coast AM," co-directors of "The Bridgewater Triangle" documentary, Aaron Cadieux and Manny Famolare, join us to discuss how the Triangle film has taken the world by storm.