Have you or a loved one experienced a Near Death Experience (NDE)? We’d love to hear about it! Listen to learn how! Plus highlights from two past episodes where listeners and previous guests from the Big Seance Community shared tips and techniques.
Author J. Allen Cross is a practicing witch of Mexican, Native American, and European descent, who has written a new book, American Brujería: Modern Mexican-American Folk Magic. Besides this exciting upcoming book, other topics include negative entities and agreements, creatures on the Other Side, and using his abilities as a psychic medium to help others.
Jeff C. Carter, author of We Bleed Red & Green: 12 Chilling Tales for Christmas, returns to parlor! Is winter even scarier than Halloween? Jeff thinks so! Plus childhood memories of wintertime, Rudolph poop, lots of Santa talk, and the spooky Christmas traditions that you probably haven’t heard of!
Lisa M. Gunshore is the Buddhist Biohacker. She’s also a psychic medium, channel, functional Ayurveda coach, and author. She shares the two amazing near death experiences that led her to the work she does now. Plus learn about clean food and leading a healthy lifestyle.
Lisa Morton, Halloween expert and author of Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween, joins Patrick in the parlor to discuss our favorite holiday! Topics include Dennison’s Bogie Books, yard haunts, common misconceptions, bobbing for apples, candy, movies, music, and the question of whether we can save Halloween in 2020!
Patrick chose his favorite moments from episodes of Halloween past, going back to 2014. Segments include LIVE moments from Trick or Treating, Sam Haynes, Annie Wilder, Karen A. Dahlman, Lesley Bannatyne, Jim Harold and the Ghost of Karen Carpenter, the 2016 LIVE Halloween Ouija Seance, and the hosts of the Cemetery Confessions podcast.
In a love letter to Halloween, Jeff C. Carter wrote 31 fun-sized Halloween tales and compiled them all into one great book, We Bleed Orange and Black. In this seriously funky year, Jeff hopes that it helps to fill a void while also putting you in the Halloween spirit! Discussions also include childhood nostalgia, masks and candy, and the Japanese tradition of Bon Odori.
Lisa Morton tells the fascinating history of seances in her new book, Calling the Spirits: A History of Seances. Discussion included necromancy, spook shows, Spiritualism, fraudulent mediums, D.D. Home, Helen Duncan, Florence Cook, William Crookes, the American Civil War, spirit rapping, EVP, and of course, plenty of ectoplasm! PLUS, Patrick didn’t miss the opportunity to ask a Halloween expert about how the pandemic could change our favorite holiday!