Paranormal Researcher, Richard Estep, gives us
a peek into his book, In Search of the Paranormal: The Hammer
House Murder, Ghosts of the Clink, and Other Disturbing
Investigations. We also talk about the paranormal field in
general, theories, favorite gadgets, and an interesting behind the
scenes look at his Boulder County Paranormal Research Society
(BCPRS). Visit BigSeance.com for show notes!
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- Episode Preview :00
- Some Shout outs/Consolations of Memory: Death and Mourning in
19th Century America! The Mourning Society of St.
- Saturday, October 17th – Find a Grave’s Global Cemetery
- Shout out to Marquel! Thank you.
- Don’t forget your homework! Subscribe a friend to the podcast!
- Richard Estep’s Bio! 5:51
- Meet Richard! 9:41
- St. Botolph’s Church 10:15
- His passion for the paranormal began at an early age.
- The frightening and brutal history of the Tower of London
- Hose Company #3 15:24
- Macky Auditorium/Richard’s book is very realistic, and not
everything is a ghost! 19:27
- The “skeptic” problem (Show me the evidence!)/One of the
reasons why I (Patrick) got out of the paranormal investigation
- Why toss questionable evidence?!/Peer Review in the paranormal
- Is there a big difference between paranormal investigation in
the United Kingdom and the United States?
- Where the field of paranormal research has both improved and
- Paranormal Tourism. Who benefits?
- The REM pod: Richard’s favorite flashy gadget!
- You don’t need gadgets! 35:23
- “Experts” in Paranormal Research
- BCPRS Investigation Reports and Evidence/Moving to the SOAP
format (Subjective, Objective, Assessment, Plan)
- Putting together the paranormal team
- Are certain months out of the year more conducive to paranormal
activity? Does the veil truly get thinner in October?
- What kind of nerd is Richard Estep?
- Other novels and writings 48:29
- Easter Egg 51:45
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