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2016 Predictions with Psychic Angela Thomas – The Big Séance Podcast #52

2016 Predictions with Psychic Angela Thomas - Interview on The Big Séance Podcast: My Paranormal World #52Psychic Angela Thomas makes a return appearance to give us her predictions for the world for 2016, as well as a look back on her predictions for 2015. Find out why you really need to be saving money. Plus, you KNOW you want to know what kind of nerd Angela is!

 

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2015 Year in Review, Plus the Funny Search Terms that Bring People to BigSeance.com – The Big Séance Podcast: My Paranormal World #51

What has been your favorite Big Séance Podcast episode so far? What do you think is the most popular episode? Plus, the interesting and hilarious search terms that bring people to BigSeance.com. Also learn to most popular blog posts were, the all-time biggest commenters, some listener feedback, my goals for 2016, and the latest audio issue of The Spectral Edition from Tim Prasil!

 

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End of a year and looking back! Get your voice in the show!

Patrick Keller - The Big Séance Podcast, BigSeance.comDo you have a favorite episode of the podcast? What’s your guess on which episodes have been the most popular? Which ones are the most memorable? Do you have a favorite guest? Is there a particular book that has been highlighted that you just really love? And what about blog posts going all the way back to 2012? (Gulp.) 

For the next episode I plan on looking back over the life of the podcast and maybe even the older blog posts. I might even throw a funniest search terms segment in the show. WordPress stats are awesome!

But seriously, I want your voice to be a part of it! You can simply even start a conversation! Here’s how!

  1. Leave your voice feedback on my SpeakPipe page
  2. Call the voice feedback line (775) 583-5563 (7755-TELL-ME)!
  3. Comment on this blog post!
  4. Join the conversation in the Big Séance Parlor on Facebook!
  5. E-mail me at Patrick@BigSeance.com

 

The Big Séance Parlor - Facebook group and community for The Big Séance Podcast with Patrick Keller, BigSeance.com

 

You only have a short amount of time before I put this episode together. Send me your thoughts!

Hope to hear from you soon!

 

Interview with Lana Carbon and John Lilies of Carbon Lilies on The Big Séance Podcast, BigSeance.com


P.S. – A big thank you to Lana and John of Carbon Lilies for the incredibly nerdy and beautiful 3-part interview they did with me recently on their blog. You’ll find those links below:

Part 1 – http://carbonlilies.tumblr.com/post/134834287209/211-we-interview-patrick-keller-part-1
Part 2 – http://carbonlilies.tumblr.com/post/134894383679/212-we-interview-patrick-keller-part-2
Part 3 – http://carbonlilies.tumblr.com/post/134955752239/213-we-interview-patrick-keller-part-3

 


The Woman in Black 2 and O Willow Waly

 

While participating in the traditional Christmas day “rob your neighbor” gift exchange, from the corner of my eye I happened to see the trailer for The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death on the television, only it was muted. I got really excited to look for it online later. I was also shocked, and for two reasons: It has been almost three years since the original film was released, and I hadn’t heard about this sequel until now!

In one of my very first blog posts from 2012, I wrote a brief review of The Woman In Black. I really loved it. I loved the house (known in the story as the Eel Marsh House) as a character. I loved the time period. I loved that the film’s lack of CGI (computer generated imagery) made it so much spookier!

Though there’s no Daniel Radcliffe this time around, fortunately it appears that the same awesome house plays a main role in the sequel, which is enough to make me excited to see it. According to IMDb, this particular story, which takes place 40 years after the first haunting, involves the Eel Marsh House being converted into a safe shelter for schoolchildren evacuated from World War II London. Many paranormal junkies and investigators should connect to this one, as many real life estates of a similar age end up having the same kinds of multiple lives and purposes, like hospitals, orphanages, etc. This, of course, adds to the creepiness!

But do you want to know what makes me even more excited? In a completely unrelated review, I talked about the very creepy “O Willow Waly” recording from one of my favorite spooky black and white films, The Innocents (1961). I’m not sure if this recording is actually featured in the film, but it is featured in the trailer, which I’ve embedded below. I took this delicious synchronicity as another sign that I’m supposed to get really excited for this movie!

The only thing that I’m bummed about is the fact that they’ve clearly made a creative decision to use more CGI for scares, based on the trailer anyway. A January 2 release date probably doesn’t indicate that it’s a blockbuster either, but I have loved quite a few movies that were never blockbusters.

I’ll be there… and crossing my fingers! Here’s the trailer! Watch it! Now!

 

 


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