Patrick’s coverage of the 2017 Haunted America Conference in Alton, Illinois. Appearances by April Slaughter, Adam Drendel, Robb Demarest, Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and the Occult, Sarah Soderlund, Rosemary Ellen Guiley, and the History Goes Bump Podcast!
Coverage of the gathering of America’s original paranormal community: Troy Taylor’s Haunted America Conference 2016 in Alton, Illinois. Hear from Sherri Brake, Greg Newkirk, Barb Huyser, Kari Bergen, Steve Litteral, Keith Age, and History Goes Bump!
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I am writing to invite every one of you to The Big Séance Parlor, a brand new Facebook community for YOU, the listeners and supporters of my podcast. So in other words, all paranerds are welcome! And please feel free to share and invite others.
Why the parlor?
Many of you have already “liked” the Big Séance Facebook page, which isn’t going anywhere. The new Big Séance Parlor is a “group”, which will allow for more conversation and community amongst all paranerds!
Come on in and check out the parlor! I’ve been decorating!
How much do you really know about the goth community? Have you considered that the goth and paranormal subcultures might have a lot more in common than you realized? Enjoy this fascinating discussion with The Count and Mark, the hosts of the Cemetery Confessions podcast.
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Recently I was inspired by Lorelle on WordPress, who in her postBye-Bye Facebook: Changes in the World of Social Media, says that “you need to play in the sandbox where your audience plays.” Since creating Big Séance, I’ve been hesitant to play in too many social media sandboxes, but it is becoming clear that social media is once again beginning to change. Right now, your social media community options for finding me are limited to Facebook and Twitter (@BigSeance). Most of the community interaction and traffic to Big Séance tends to come from Facebook and search engines, and very rarely from Twitter.
Where are my readers and listeners playing the most?
Please tell me where I need to build the next Big Séance community!