William A. Gordon is a full-time author and publisher who wrote The Ultimate Hollywood Tour Book, a guide to Movie Stars' Homes, Movie and TV Locations, Scandals, Murders, Suicides, and All the Famous Tourist Sites. He also wrote Shot on This Site: A Traveler's Guide to the Places and Locations Used to Film Famous Movies and Television Shows. His acclaimed study of the May 4, 1970, killings at his alma mater, Kent State University, Four Dead in Ohio: Was There a Conspiracy at Kent State?, was praised by Choice magazine "as entertaining as the best detective fiction and as analytical and well documented as the best journalism or scholarship." He is a native of Akron, Ohio and currently lives near Los Angeles.
Live from KHVH in Hawaii, George hosted an evening of "Full Moon Friday" Open Lines during the last half of the show, which featured several frightening ghost stories. Anna from Pennsylvania recounted the time she heard loud, banging sounds in a house she was renting. A neighbor revealed to her that the previous occupant had fallen and died in the attic. The caller believes the ghost of the deceased woman made the noises in order to be noticed. Anna said she moved from that house because she couldn't sleep. Now she always asks if somebody has ever died in a house before she moves in. ... More »Host: George Noory