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After Hours AM Access Paranormal's Beth Luscombe

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We head Down Under to talk with Aussie paranormal investigation educator Beth Luscombe of Access Paranormal on After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio, with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen. We’ll bone up on investigation tools and techniques with BEth in hour 2; at Hour 1, Joel and Eric will scan the week’s hot paranormal news for tasty and tantalizing tales. Access Paranormal Beth Luscombe is a lively and passionate Australian paranormal investigator, speaker, researcher, event coordinator, and paranormal journalist, and producer of the Access ParaCast.. Her ambition is to provide relevant and actionable educational information for paranormal investigators around the globe through online learning. Beth has been investigating the paranormal for almost ten years, both as a member of a paranormal team and as an independent investigator. In that time she has figured out how to get started, what you need to know, and the best tools and resources. Beth’s passion for the paranormal stems to as far back as she can remember. Premonitions and objects seemingly moving on their own fascinated her. In 2007 she decided to move to the UK to work and travel for two years. She loved it, finding the paranormal field to be much larger and more established there. She began to seriously investigate with paranormal groups based in London, notably the London Paranormal Society. She investigated London Dungeons, Middleton Hall, Winston Churchill War Rooms, London Tombs, Eastbury Manor, Valentines Manor, and, one of the most active she has come across, the Ragged School Museum. When Beth arrived back to Australia in 2009 she was… well… really disappointed. There was NOWHERE you could investigate in a public location like she had in the UK, nor could she find any information about Australian paranormal events. Luckily, with interest growing, the paranormal field has grown in A

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