Dan Gordon first experienced the magic of Fenway in the summer of 1975 when his father took him to his first game. With a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, Gordon studied global baseball culture in Japan, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Nicaragua. His writings on baseball have appeared in numerous publications including the Providence Journal and Fort Worth Star and he is the author of Cape Encounters: Contemporary Cape Cod Ghost Stories. He lives and dies with the Red Sox.
Joseph Buchman spoke on politics and UFO disclosure. Mickey Bradley and Dan Gordon told stories of baseball ghosts. Open Lines occupied the last hour. More »
In a rebroadcast from 10/10/10, Ian Punnett (Twitter) spoke with Gary Jansen, during the first half of the program, about how his experiences living in a haunted house caused him to go from a skeptic to a believer. In the latter half of the show, Dan Gordon and Mickey Bradley... More »
During the first half of the program, Ian Punnett was joined by author Gary Jansen, who discussed how his experiences living in a haunted house caused him to go from a skeptic to a believer. In the latter half of the show, Dan Gordon and Mickey Bradley talked about the... More »
Filmmaker and paranormal researcher Charlie McCracken discussed his comprehensive research on the Mothman sightings, including little known witness accounts. He was joined during the evening by Travis Shortt and Matthew Flemming who worked with him on his documentary about... More »