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Last Show Recap

In the first half, Craig Nehring, the founder of the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters based in Oshkosh Wisconsin, and Kevin Melek & Jennifer Scelsi, founders of the Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society, will discuss many paranormal manifestations happening in Wisconsin including Dogman, Bigfoot, ghosts, and Shadow People. They'll also cover the restoration project of the haunted Summerwind mansion. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.

Upcoming Shows

Sun 05-31  Paranormal Offerings/ Strange Accounts Mon 06-01  TBA
Tue 06-02  Generational Cycles/ CIA & Polygraphs Wed 06-03  Government Surveillance/ C2D1 Haunting Thu 06-04  Secret Door: Birthday Edition
Fri 06-05  Entity Attack/ Open Lines

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Michael Norman

Special Guest

Biography:

For nearly thirty years, Michael Norman taught journalism and mass communications at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. Now living in the Minneapolis/St. Paul region, He has retired from teaching and makes his living as a writer. He is the co-author with the late Beth Scott of the popular Haunted America series of true ghost stories including, most recently, Haunted Homeland. As a playwright, Michael has written several plays, including Entering the Circle: The Lives of Pioneer Farm Women for the Wisconsin Sesquicentennial with support from a grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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