Cathi Weber

Cathi Weber


Cathi Weber has been interested in the paranormal for years. She showcases her knowledge of her town on the very popular Willoughby Ghost Walk, a walking tour through downtown Willoughby, Ohio. She considers herself a "para-historian" and brings historically significant buildings to the attention of the public by highlighting the reported paranormal activity, along with stories, legends or lore attached to the property. In an effort to remind everyone that the responsibility for the preservation of these historic treasures is in everyone's hands, she regularly organizes public para-historical ghost hunting fundraisers which are always sold-out events. Weber is the co-founder, along with Theresa Argie, of the Haunted Housewives.



Past Shows:

  • Ghost to Ghost 2019

    Listeners called in with their best ghost stories for Ghost to Ghost 2019.More »
  • Haunted Heartland & Ghostly Love Stories

    Haunted Housewives Theresa Argie & Cathi Weber reported on their paranormal investigations throughout the Heartland, as well as shared ghostly love stories.More »
  • Haunted Locations/ Florida Airport Shooting

    Theresa Argie & Cathi Weber talked about haunted places. Craig B. Hulet analyzed the Florida airport shooting and veterans issues.More »
  • Luciferian Agenda/ Hauntings & the Paranormal

    In the first half, Robert Stanley, the editor of UNICUS magazine, discussed his latest work on the Luciferian agenda and its history. In the latter half, Theresa Argie and Cathi Weber, known as the Haunted Housewives, spoke about an array of haunted topics including...More »
  • The Haunted Housewives/ Open Lines

    In the first half, para-historians Theresa Argie and Cathi Weber, aka the "Haunted Housewives," talked about the care and feeding of ghosts, shared the scoop on some of the world's most iconic historic and haunted locations, as well as discussed 'thoughtform' manifestation, the...More »

Last Night

Indigenous Values / Paranormal Stories
Indigenous Values / Paranormal Stories
Senior lecturer Taylor Keen delved into his book, Rediscovering Turtle Island, about the history and culture of Native American communities. Followed by writer and humorist Paul Seaburn who discussed the paranormal world and presenting paranormal topics in an entertaining way.


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