Jun 29, 2017
Patrick's coverage of
the 2017 Haunted America Conference in
Alton, Illinois. Appearances by April Slaughter, Adam Drendel, Robb
Demarest, Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and the Occult, Sarah
Soderlund, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, and the History Goes Bump
Podcast! Visit BigSeance.com for more
- On our way to the 2017 Haunted
America Conference! :55
- I know not everyone can attend
events like this, so that’s why I like to bring it to you!
- April Slaughter,
who is involved in a lot of ITC (Instrumental TransCommunication)
and other spirit communication research, shares the frightening
story from her last public seance from last year’s conference.
April is also and artist, and she produces beautiful creations out
of skulls. You can find April’s site at AprilSlaughter.com. She can also be found on
Facebook and @April_Slaughter on Twitter.
- Adam Drendel is
the founder of HauntedIllinois.com, which has been
promoting everything haunted from the state since 1999.
- Robb Demarest of
Ghost Hunters International and Haunting:
Australia gets real and honest. He talks about passion, as
well as his frustration with the paranormal community. He can be
found of Facebook and @RobbDemarest on Twitter.
- The return of Dana
Matthews and Greg Newkirk of The
Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and the Occult. Hear
about their 3D scanning project including haunted items, and the
growth of the museum, plus an update to Ruby’s story! For more
paranormal deliciousness, visit ParaMuseum.com, and also find
them on Facebook and @TheParaMuseum on Twitter. For their full interview
right here on the Big Seance Podcast, check out episode 81 from December of
- A very popular speaker at the event
this year, Sarah Soderlund is a forensic
psychologist, author, and parapsychology researcher. Find her at
SarahSoderlund.com and @ParanormalSarah on
- Checking in again with THE
Rosemary Ellen Guiley, who spoke on
Interdimensional Paraphysical Sasquatch at this year's conference!
Find more on Rosemary at VisionaryLiving.com, on Facebook, and @Rosemary_Guiley on Twitter.
- For last year’s coverage of the
conference, check out episode 67 from July of 2016.
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