Michael Teitelbaum has been a writer and editor of children's books, comic books, and magazines for more than twenty years. He has written more than 200 books for young readers. His fiction work includes novels based on Avatar, Spider-Man, Batman, Smallville, and Justice League. His non-fiction work includes books on baseball and the history of radio & TV. Michael's latest book is The Scary States of America, a collection of 50 stories of the paranormal, one from each state. Michael has always had an interest in the paranormal, despite a rather normal childhood, growing up in Brooklyn, NY.
20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police, Ingrid P. Dean shared stories from the front lines of law enforcement which were shaped by angels and apparitions, dreams and intuition, signs, and unexplainable phenomena. By being open to the occasional gut instincts and/or divine guidance, police officers are sometimes able to make life-saving decisions in the crucial moment, she explained. Last hour guest, author Michael Teitelbaum recounted scary tales of the paranormal gathered from different American states. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the program, author Michael Teitelbaum shared some of the frightening tales he has collected from people across the country. Teitelbaum related a story about an Indiana man who was awakened prematurely by his alarm clock to find a tall shadowy figure that was "human-shaped but devoid of any detail or features" staring back at him from the kitchen. The man looked away and then back again, but the figure had vanished from the kitchen and appeared outside of his window, Teitelbaum revealed. Teitelbaum recounted paranormal accounts from other states. One from New York featured an encounter with a wolf-like creature standing upright next to a tree. In another, a family exploring haunted places in Williamsburg, Maryland discovered their video and still cameras had picked up orbs as well as a "smoky foggy thing," Teitelbaum noted. In New Jersey, a man visiting Walt Whitman's grave was startled to see the handle of the mausoleum door turn apparently by some force f ... More »Host: George Noory
A special 'Regrets' hotline offered callers the chance tell stories of things they regretted doing. ... More »Host: George Noory