My Interview On WCIT Radio


Here it is: My October 2nd, 2015 interview on WCIT (940 AM) out of Lima. I talk about my involvement with the Lima Lantern Tours, my book, Ohio’s Historic Haunts, and some assorted spookiness.

Interview starts right around the 9:35 mark. Just give a click below to start listening.



Video Segment From Columbus Dispatch


Video interview/segment that accompanied the July 27th, 2015 Columbus Dispatch article, featuring me and parts of the Strange & Spooky Museum. Enjoy!

Link To My Interview On The Paranormal View


Franklin Castle, Gore Orphanage, Mudhouse Mansion, headless motorcycle ghosts, Vanishing Hitchhikers, phantom joggers, and more! All during the course of one radio interview!

Click here to go directly to the archived interview and listen to your heart’s content. BTW, there are audio issues for the first 30 seconds of the show, so don’t panic when you hear all the echo. It goes away!


My Q&A Article From Findlay Times


Taken from the October 2013 issue of Findlay Times. It’s from the group that publishes Tiffin Times, so they used the same photos and layout for this article as they did for the Tiffin Times one. The content is totally unique, though, as it’s a different interview.

And yes, you can click on the images to view/read them in hi-res.

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The Sweetest Form Of Bribery


Recently, while I was getting ready for my presentation at the Hancock County Parks, I was approached by blogger Ben Gillig and his lovely wife, Erin, who said they were going to attempt to bribe me into giving an interview forĀ The Ben Gillig Experience, on

I was about to tell them that I didn’t need to be bribed and would be more than happy to talk with them after the presentation. But that’s when I saw what they were intending to bribe me with: 2 full boxes of the General Mills’ Monster cereals!

Needless to say, I quickly snatched the boxes and agreed to do the interview. But not before I got Ben and Erin to autograph both boxes for me so that I could give them a permanent home in my Strange & Spooky Museum. And by that, I mean the boxes themselves. The cereal itself didn’t last the weekend. In fact, some of it didn’t even survive the ride home from Findlay!DSC02516

To read the kind of interview 2 boxes of Monster cereal will get you, click here and read all about it on Ben’s blog.

My Interview With WLIO-TV


Happy Halloween! Not sure if you guys would consider this a trick or a treat, but here’s my live television interview with WLIO out of Lima, Ohio.

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I’ll see about getting this imbedded into the site, but for now, click here to watch.