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Behind The Curtain: Alyne Pustanio Talks The Dangers Of Paranormal Research

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This week on "Behind The Curtain" Brad Hicks and Tony Ridlon will be speaking with Ms. Alyne Pustanio on the dangers of paranormal investigation and research. Alyne Pustanio is recognized as one of the foremost authorities in the fields of paranormal research, the supernatural, and the occult, and is considered an expert in the folklore and haunted history of her hometown of New Orleans. A sixth-generation New Orleanian, Alyne is a descendant of the family of American classical composer Louis Moreau Gottschalk, and many of her ancestors were present for some of the most famous events in New Orleans’ haunted history. In addition to sharing the legend and folklore of New Orleans, Alyne also strives to educate paranormal researchers and the public at-large about the risks involved in paranormal exploration.

Alyne is the author of “Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans, Vol. 1: History, Legends, and Lore” and “Purloined Stories and Early Tales of Old New Orleans.” She is co-author of the annual “Hoodoo Almanac” and a creative consultant/contributor to “Hoodoo and Conjure New Orleans” magazine, and “Gumbo YaYa” magazine.

As an expert in the paranormal field, Alyne has been featured on the popular “Ghost Hunters” television series and in the History Channel series “Haunted History.” She has also contributed as expert consultant for numerous other productions appearing on the Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, the Destination America Channel, the National Geographic Channel, BIO, and the Golf Channel. She is a popular and frequent guest on radio and online talk shows exploring the occult, the supernatural, and all things unexplained.