Jeff Belanger leads a very haunted life. He's been fascinated with the supernatural since age ten when he investigated his first haunted house during a sleepover. Since then, he's been a writer and journalist for various newspapers and magazines, and in 1999 he launched Ghostvillage.com as a repository for his writings on the subject of the supernatural. Over the years, Jeff has interviewed hundreds of people about their experiences with the profound. His objective approach to the subject makes the supernatural accessible to a wide audience. He's written for many paranormal Web sites and print publications and is the author of several books.
In the first half of the program, author and lecturer Jeff Belanger joined host Dave Schrader (email) to discuss the origins of various Christmas traditions, the legend of the "Christmas devil," Krampus,... More »
In our 12th edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed three surprise guests who addressed a variety of topics: investigative mythologist William Henry, Morgellons expert Trisha Springstead, and ghost investigator More »
Journalist and ghosthunter Jeff Belanger discussed his work compiling ghost stories, and described some of the most haunted locations around the world. He also shared his analysis of ghostly activities, and other forms of the supernatural/paranormal.
Expert in theology and biblical languages Mike Heiser discussed ghosts & spirits in the Bible and other ancient literature.The Old Testament occasionally writes of spirits of the deceased and differentiates them from demons. But mostly, the Bible makes prohibitions against contact with the dead (necromancy), such as with a medium. One exception is the incident involving Saul and the... More »
In a live remote broadcast from GhostFest Expo 2006 aboard the haunted Queen Mary, George Noory presided over a evening of Open Lines featuring stories from both callers and expo attendees, as well as interviews with various GhostFest speakers.
Journalist and ghost investigator Jeff Belanger shared his work compiling ghost stories as well as his discussions with the late George Lutz of the Amityville house. There is a preponderance of evidence for ghosts, said Belanger, who listed three types of cases: non-intelligent imprints left in an environment, interactive entities that show signs of intelligence, and thought projections... More »