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195 – Hocus Pocus and the Sequel with Creator/Writer and Executive Producer David Kirschner – Big Seance

Hocus Pocus and the Sequel with Creator/Writer and Executive Producer David Kirschner on The Big Seance Podcast: My Paranormal World


Hocus Pocus, the 1993 Disney film starring Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, is one of America’s most popular family films to watch around Halloween. In this delightful interview, creator/writer and producer David Kirshner dishes on the inspiration for the story, behind-the-scenes talk, and what everyone wants to know about the upcoming sequel! Plus Patrick gets a tour of David’s magical creative office space!









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Uri Geller on the Declassified CIA Stargate Project Documents – The Big Seance Podcast #84

Uri Geller, the Spoon Bender - His first interview since the release of secret CIA


Uri Geller, one of the world’s most investigated and celebrated mystifiers, in his first interview since the release of secret CIA “Stargate Project” documents which detail and report on the experiments involving his supernatural abilities. Plus being a spy, and his friendship with Michael Jackson.


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Spooky, Abandoned, and Forgotten…

A sneak peek of our abandoned location.


I am in the middle of preparing for an investigation of MOSS’s first abandoned property this weekend. Built in 1901, this property hasn’t seen official occupants since the early 1980s… well, other than the small animals that call it home now.


Walking through this home, you realize immediately that it has been forgotten. You also see obvious signs of abuse from God knows who doing God knows what. But, if you look hard enough… if you look past the smell… past the mysterious sounds of scratching, creaking, and dripping, you’ll see the beauty that once was. And maybe, just maybe, someone is still there appreciating it. 

Obviously I can’t tell you much, but I’d like to share with you a picture of what this home reminds me of. 

House from the Michael Jackson Thriller video.


Yes… this is the house at the end of the Michael Jackson Thriller video. How would you like to spend an evening in THIS place without electricity? 


Actually, the Thriller house really exists and has since been refurbished and looks pretty good. I’m not sure the location for our investigation has much of a chance for life again.  It is, however, incredibly beautiful in its own way and is very interesting and mysterious. 

I’ve been in the home already. There are definitely areas we’ll be staying away from for safety reasons. I also found out very quickly about the current occupants. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m not too afraid of anything paranormal. What I AM very afraid of are crazy living people… and LITTLE CREATURES IN ABANDONED BUILDINGS!!! I’m already not sleeping well this week. Any helpful suggestions for a scaredy cat?


Anyone have any stories about abandoned spooky homes? Did you have one in your neighborhood? Have you investigated one? Please share. 


Peace Out!



One Moment In Time…

Whitney Houston
1963 – 2012 

This evening I couldn’t gather my thoughts to write a post on anything other than the passing of  Whitney Houston. For me this night brings back the same familiar feelings of sadness that I experienced when we lost Michael Jackson. Music is such a large part of my life, and both Michael and Whitney were a part of it for sure.

As I write this we don’t know the circumstances of her passing, but Whitney certainly had her troubles and challenges. This is all sad, but to me it was even more sad seeing Whitney try to come back… she clearly was not the same person, she didn’t have the same magic, and her voice was clearly not there. I certainly hope and pray that she has crossed over to the other side and is breathing a sigh of relief that she has no more troubles, and hopefully she decides that she accomplished what she came here to do. Maybe it was to change the world with her music and that powerful voice? Maybe her struggles and addictions were meant to be an example for others?  So no… I’m not sad for her now. I’ll celebrate for her. But I suppose it is okay to be sad for ourselves because we’ll never know what she could have been or what was still ahead. But maybe another chapter for Whitney was never meant to be.

As I listened to some of her music this evening, I found that there were so many beautiful songs that she sang that I had forgotten. The below video is one of those songs. The lyrics are eerily fitting for the occasion. As she sings in the last line of this song, I pray that she is now truly free.

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