Joel Martin is nationally recognized as a paranormal expert and best selling author. His newest book, co-authored with William Birnes is The Haunting of the Presidents: A Paranormal History of the U.S. Presidency. Since the early 1970s, Joel has been a rado talk show host, and as a TV talk show host, he won the Cable Ace Award. As an investigative reporter about the paranormal & psychic phenomena, he discovered internationally renowned medium, George Anderson, and exposed The Amityville Horror as a hoax. Joel is also a network TV consultant about the paranormal and has made many TV appearances.
Host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed paranormal researchers William Birnes and Joel Martin for a discussion on the possibilities of time travel, time slip phenomena, déjà vu, and alternate dimensions. They were joined in the first hour by time-traveling attorney Andrew D. Basiago...More »
Authors William J. Birnes and Joel Martin discussed a variety paranormal events, subjects, and personalities of twentieth century America and their unexpected influences. Martin characterized three different categories of the paranormal. First hour guest, astrologer Mark...More »
Co-authors of the The Haunting of America, Joel Martin and Bill Birnes detailed how paranormal events have influenced politics, law, psychology, and other areas, from the Salem Witch trials to the present. Last hour guest, author and metaphysician Stuart Wilde shared some...More »
Paranormal expert and author Joel Martin returned to share a history of ghostly activities that have occurred in the White House, which he has documented in his book The Haunting of the Presidents. Witnesses generally report seeing apparitions of the Presidents whose lives were...More »
Author and radio host Joel Martin appeared on Wednesday night's show to talk about his book The Haunting of the Presidents, which documents paranormal activity in the White House, from George Washington through the Clinton Administration. "He's wandering around the White House,"...More »
Author Deanne Stillman discussed her theory that there was indeed a conspiracy behind the assassination of John F. Kennedy — that of Oswald and his mother, Marguerite, who were locked in a desperate pursuit of fame and recognition.