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Are Cemeteries haunted? Find out in a special call in segment Haunted Cemeteries and more. Jenny, Kenny, and Chuck examine both historic and personal accounts of haunted cemeteries.
On December 13, people will gather in national cemeteries nationwide to place wreaths on gravesites to honor and recognize the sacrifices military personnel have made. Wreaths Across America has a goal to place a wreath on every gravesite in every national cemetery across the country. Visit www.wreathsacrossamerica.org for more information.
Wreaths Across America is now in its 22nd year, launched by a family-owned business in Worcester, Maine. Now in its sixth year in New Mexico, the leading fundraiser in the state is Los Alamos National Laboratory's Community Programs Office and SOC USA, the contractor who provides security onsite at LANL.
7 PM CST - Nature Magic with Selena Fox: Circle Cemetery & Greening Life's End: Circle Cemetery, a national Pagan Cemetery & one of America's first Green Cemeteries is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Join us as we learn about the history, services, and future from founder & director, Rev. Selena Fox.
8 PM CST - Circle Talk: Circle Sanctuary Samhain: Join Circle Minister Debra Rose and several Circle Sanctuary Community members as they share their experiences and perspectives about Circle Sanctuary's 2015 Samhain Festival.
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Tonight, All About Wine welcomes special guest Joy Neighbors to the show to discuss wine and 'spirits' (the haunting kind). Joy is a professional freelance writer whose articles have appeared in several magazines. She is also a blogger - Joy's JOY of Wine for wine drinkers, sharing her 15+ years in the wine industry, and A Grave Interest which includes articles about cemeteries, genealogy, history and more.
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Matthew L. Swayne is a journalist who writes the Anti-Matter column, for Omni Reboot, which looks at fringe science and the paranormal. Matthew's interest in ghostlore and the paranormal combine in his book "Haunted Rock and Roll; Ghostly Tales of Musical Legends". Which of our iconic music legends haunt us from beyond the grave? We'll find out on this episode!
Joy Neighbors is an imporov comedian who describes herself as an avowed “Tombstone Tourist,” With an avid interest in cemeteries, history, photography and travel she has researched and written her weekly cemetery culture blog, A Grave Interest for five years and commits to a few speaking engagements about cemeteries and genealogy, each year." Don't be surprised by anything we come up with for this show!
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Host, Deb DeRousse is joined by Jonathan Lento. They are excited to talk with Medium, John Cassidy. We will discuss his upcoming event, "Little Traverse Bay Parafest" which will be held at The Terrace Inn in Petoskey Michigan on October 16th and 17th. If John is up to it, we may even do a few readings on the air.
John Cassidy Medium, Paranormal Investigator. Growing up John would often see things or hear things he didn't understand and would pass it off as imagination. It wasn't until the late 90's when he really started thinking about it after his first "read" of a friend. It was much different than anything he has experienced before. This is when he began to research ghosts and spirit. He learned from his mother that John's Grandmother was very spiritual and was a Medium and Psychic. Over the years he was able to begin to tune his ability and learned he could provide help for people and give them messages from the other side. John has also helped many with his Empathic abilities by being able to feel the emotions and feelings they feel and helped them move past situations that hold them back in life. After seeing the new TV shows about ghost hunting which really peaked his interest in the paranormal. John and his wife Jackie, began to investigate buildings, businesses and cemeteries and then residences. Joined by their friend Teri Mantei they went on to form Bumps in the Night Paranormal Research.
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Hosts, Deb DeRousse and Jonathan Lento, are excited to talk with John Cassidy from Little Traverse Bay Parafest.
John Cassidy Medium, Paranormal Investigator Growing up John would often see things or hear things he didn't understand and would pass it off as imagination. It wasn't until the late 90's when he really started thinking about it after his first "read" of a friend. It was much different than anything he has experienced before. This is when he began to research ghosts and spirit. He learned from his mother that John's Grandmother was very spiritual and was a Medium and Psychic. Over the years he was able to begin to tune his ability and learned he could provide help for people and give them messages from the other side. John has also helped many with his Empathic abilities by being able to feel the emotions and feelings they feel and helped them move past situations that hold them back in life. After seeing the new TV shows about ghost hunting which really peaked his interest in the paranormal. John and his wife Jackie, began to investigate buildings, businesses and cemeteries and then residences. Joined by their friend Teri Mantei they went on to form Bumps in the Night Paranormal Research.
Please my special guest Myrtis Johnson founder of Save Our Graves Foundation. Mrs. Johnson is preserving cemeteries in St. Helena Parish.
Also join us tonight is Leon A. Waters is a licensed tour guide for Hidden History Tours, a division of Hidden History, a touring, publishing, and research company started by Waters. Waters is also a founding member of the Louisiana Museum of African American History located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Leon will discuss the slave cemetery found in Norco, LA.
Lynn Rainville is a research professor in the humanities and the founding director of the Tusculum Institute for local history and historic preservation, located at Sweet Briar College. Although her PhD is in Near Eastern archaeology, she has spent the last decade studying historic African American cemeteries, documenting forgotten burial sites, conducting oral interviews with descendants of enslaved communities, and developing on-line mortuary databases.
Lynn began researching the enslaved community on the Sweet Briar Plantation in 2001 with the re-discovery of the on-campus slave cemetery; she is working on a book about this project titled Invisible Founders: African American Heritage at Sweet Briar. Her grant-funded research has produced numerous articles and a recent book titled “Hidden History: African American Cemeteries in Central Virginia" (University of Virginia Press, 2014). Her latest grant-funded research is on World War I memorials and gravestones. She hosts an annual Teaching with Historic Places workshop for central Virginian teachers and holds memberships in and presents papers at a wide variety of historical organizations including the American Historical Association, the National Council on Public History, the Archaeological Institute of America, the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and the Society for American Archaeology.
After a month off and lots of upgrades, the ALL new Incubi Incarnate Broadcast Network PRESENTS your host Bill Bachman and VERY special guest Randy Hardy of SyFy's Deep South Paranormal and the Mineral Wells ParaCon 2015.. LIVE! Be sure to join our interactive chat room on our website www.IncubiIncarnate.com/iiblistenlive!
Randy did not believe in ghosts at all. But his friend and neighbor Kevin was a firm believer. In an attempt to prove each other wrong they decided they would go ghost hunting. Randy figured if they didn’t find any ghost he would at least get to see some really cool historic places.
One of the first places they investigated was Lafayette Cemetery Number 1. After reviewing the evidence Randy realized he had captured a class A EVP that said, “leave now” when he was sitting inside one of the tombs at the cemetery. There was no one else even near the tomb he was in where the EVP was captured.
He created his own Paranormal Group called Down South Paranormal. They started investigating plantations, local residents houses, cemeteries, any where they could. They often got evidence and would sometimes post videos of the investigations on You Tube.
The SyFy channel decided to do a reality show about ghost hunting and stated looking for ghost hunting groups in the South. That’s when they came across Randy and Kevin’s videos and contacted them and the rest is history!
Please join Host Antoinette Harrell and Co-Host Robin Foster as we talk about one of the many legacies that we are neglecting. According to the genealogical research of family historian,Antoinette Harrell, Tangipohoa and St Helena Parishes in Lousiana have many neglected cemeteries. Our families worked hard to provide a place to bury our dead when no other place could be found.
Maintaining the cemetery preserves its genealogical value. In many rural areas, it is easier to locate the family cemetery unlike in urban areas were people move in from other places. Family names are deep rooted in rural areas and easily recognized by other families in the area. Family historians who are fortunate enough to locate a well cared for cemetery with headstones can also locate other members of the family buried nearby.
Every church that calls itself an organized institution and collects tithing money and has a cemetery, should they be responsible for the upkeep of that cemetery?
Should distant family members who come back to bury their deceased loved ones and have not contributed to the maintenance of the cemetery pay an annual fee for its upkeep?
Antoinette with the help of Bernard Temple, son, and friend, Iloina Lyttle, recorded nine cemeteries and created a database which was donated to the Lousiana USGen Cemetery web site for blacks.