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Ghostly Talk Podcast

Ghostly Talk Podcast

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Ghostly Talk Podcast
Ghostly Talk Podcast

Ghostly Talk Podcast

Ghostly Talk Podcast

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Ghosts, pop culture, mysteries, history, cryptids, ufos, bizarre, conspiracy, life. Exploring the supernatural in this life and the next. Ghostly Talk began in 2002 as a weekly Internet paranormal talk show. It was a project between show hosts Doug & Scott L. and was an outlet to talk about their experiences and adventures exploring the paranormal. It quickly became one of the most popular Internet shows during 2002-2009, long before the big podcast explosion. Scott and Doug retired the show in 2009 but in 2016 after plenty of time off and some coaxing from friends, Ghostly Talk rose from the dead. Our 2002-2009 shows can be downloaded on our website archives. Visit Ghostlytalk.com

Latest Episodes

Episode 97 - Project St. Peter: Part 2 with Keith J. Clark

EKeith J. Clark of iDigital Medium joins us for part 2 in our Project St. Peter series.What is Project St. Peter?In 1986 The Metascience Foundation (founded by George Meek) was building a “Celestial Broadcast System” - an advanced system of communications. A telepathic trance medium channeled instructions from the science team in “Heaven” to the research team on “Earth.” The plan was to receive information to assist mankind in our evolution using two pieces of equipment - “Angel I” and “Michael I”. The research project was code-named: “Project St. Peter.” We continue to go through "Lab 1" of the project and try to break down what was happening during these channeled sessions over thirty years ago. Keith will be coming back to go over the other unpublished labs from the project. Were they on to something? Was it real? Is now the time to continue the work?

97 MIN5 d ago
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Episode 97 - Project St. Peter: Part 2 with Keith J. Clark

Episode 96 - Tom and Tim Klisz

EWe were joined in the studio by Tom and Tim Klisz. Tom is a long-time member of The Michigan Treasure Hunters Club. We talked about all things buried, but not forgotten. We also discussed the fine art of collecting and selling memorabilia and Tim's massive KISS collection. Collecting is stranger than you think!

118 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 96 - Tom and Tim Klisz

Episode 95 - All Things Halloween with Lesley Bannatyne

ELesley Bannatyne is an American author who writes extensively on Halloween history, literature, and contemporary celebration. One of the country's foremost authorities on Halloween, Bannatyne has shared her knowledge on television specials for the History Channel ("The Haunted History of Halloween," "The Real Story of Halloween"), with Time Magazine, Slate and National Geographic. Lesley has written five books on Halloween. Her most recent book, Halloween Nation, examines the holiday though the eyes of its celebrants. The book was nominated for a 2011 Bram Stoker Award. Halloween. An American Holiday, An American History,has been in publication for almost 30 years. Scott, Amber and guest "ghost" Michelle discussed all things Halloween - the memories, movies and all the feels associated with Halloween.

115 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 95 - All Things Halloween with Lesley Bannatyne

Episode 94 - Max Lichtor

EHalloween is upon us and we celebrate hard tonight diving into our love and thoughts on the movie "Hellraiser," among a lot of other very interesting things. We were honored to have Max Lichtor back on Ghostly Talk! Max is the curator at pyramid-gallery.com, featuring the planets greatest intricately designed music box replicas of French architect, artisan and designer “Philip LeMarchand.” You have undoubtedly seen “The Lament Configuration” in all of the films in the "Hellraiser" franchise. Scott L. and Max crossed paths in a very funny way 15 years ago and this meeting again could not be timed better for Halloween! Scott L. was joined by guest host Bud Fugate. Bud does some writing in a couple of places you should definitely check out: https://www.horrorbound.net/ https://morbidlybeautiful.com/

105 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 94 - Max Lichtor

Episode 93 - Addison Binek with Neighbor Brad

EScott L. was joined by Neighbor Brad this week who brought over Addison Binek to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of horror films. Addison has worked with the Lloyd Kaufman, one of the founders of Troma Films on his widely popular "Tromasterpiece Theatre." Addison is currently at work with Greg DeLiso putting the finishing touches on their newest film, "Psycho Ape."

106 MINOCT 17
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Episode 93 - Addison Binek with Neighbor Brad

Episode 92 - Patrick Keller

EPatrick Keller joined us and we had a blast just letting our brains wander. Patrick Keller is an educator and the host of The Big Séance Podcast, which is a forum for “para-nerds” to have an open dialogue about all things paranormal. He has been a featured podcaster on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Patrick is the founder of the Missouri Spirit Seekers, a paranormal research team, and has spent a lot of time experimenting with spirit communication tools and techniques, such as EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). One of Patrick’s passions is cemetery photography, and spending hours at a time capturing the natural beauty of the cycle of life and death in a place typically stricken with grief. KAZOOOOOO! We recorded a podcast with The Big Séance the same night, so make sure to check us out on Patrick’s podcast as well!

69 MINOCT 10
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Episode 92 - Patrick Keller

Episode 91 - Tea Krulos

ETea Krulos is a freelance writer and author from Milwaukee, WI. Some of his favorite subjects to explore and write about include unique subcultures, people, and places, as well as art, music, and pop culture. Krulos’s first book, Heroes in the Night: Inside the Real Life Superhero Movement, is a thorough investigation of a subculture of people who call themselves “Real Life Super Heroes” and adopt their own costumed personas and hit the street to fight injustice. He is also the author of Monster Hunters: On the Trail With Ghost Hunters, Bigfooters, Ufologists, and Other Paranormal Investigators and Apocalypse Any Day Now: Deep Underground with America’s Doomsday Preppers (April 2019) Krulos has two books out in 2020. Wisconsin Legends & Lore (The History Press) compiles classic Wisconsin folklore, ghost stories, and urban legends and American Madness (Feral House), which examines the life of conspiracy theorist Richard McCaslin and how conspiracy developed into the zeitgeist of ...

62 MINOCT 3
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Episode 91 - Tea Krulos

Episode 90 - Tony Lavorgne

EScott L. enlisted the services of his next door neighbor Brad and one of our frequent guest hosts Bud Fugate for our latest installment. As Scott L. was setting levels Brad and Fugate started debating about Friday the 13th so he just let the tape roll. We were joined tonight by the Tony Lavorgne, published author, researcher and public speaker on the unexplained and the obscure paranormal who also researches local folklore and legends in Pennsylvania. He is the author of “Haunted Roads of Western Pennsylvania” and “Astonishing Tales of Pennsylvania: Curiosities, Curses, and Creatures“. Tony Lavorgne also has a podcast called “Tony Lavorgne’s Legends and Lore Podcast.”

89 MINSEP 26
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Episode 90 - Tony Lavorgne

Episode 89 - Bill Sweet

EBill Sweet was always been interested in paranormal phenomena including the phenomena of prayer. Through meeting the founders of Spindrift, Bruce and John Klingbeil, Bill began to grasp new ways of applying consciousness research to religion and science. He was president of Spindrift for four years. He graduated from New Trier High School, which was the top public high school in the country at the time and attended Illinois State University where he received a communications degree.

89 MINSEP 18
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Episode 89 - Bill Sweet

Episode 88 - King Fowley

EKing Fowley is one of death metal’s forefathers and the founder of the legendary death metal band DECEASED and old-school metal troupe OCTOBER 31. Fowley, who is known the metal world over, as one of the most ardent fans of true metal, has always been one of the most vocal, upfront figures and never pulls any punches when asked of his opinion. He has been tearing the music world asunder for almost three decades and has a life that he has lived to the fullest. Fowley’s life story is chronicled in Stay Ugly: The Life and Near Deaths of King Fowley, chronicling Fowley’s early days, how DECEASED formed, the D.C.- area metal scene of the mid-’80s, and how King escaped death multiple times. King nearly died from a horrendous blood clot, survived a stroke and kicked drugs and alcohol, two addictions that had a complete stranglehold on him.

88 MINSEP 12
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Episode 88 - King Fowley

Latest Episodes

Episode 97 - Project St. Peter: Part 2 with Keith J. Clark

EKeith J. Clark of iDigital Medium joins us for part 2 in our Project St. Peter series.What is Project St. Peter?In 1986 The Metascience Foundation (founded by George Meek) was building a “Celestial Broadcast System” - an advanced system of communications. A telepathic trance medium channeled instructions from the science team in “Heaven” to the research team on “Earth.” The plan was to receive information to assist mankind in our evolution using two pieces of equipment - “Angel I” and “Michael I”. The research project was code-named: “Project St. Peter.” We continue to go through "Lab 1" of the project and try to break down what was happening during these channeled sessions over thirty years ago. Keith will be coming back to go over the other unpublished labs from the project. Were they on to something? Was it real? Is now the time to continue the work?

97 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Episode 97 - Project St. Peter: Part 2 with Keith J. Clark

Episode 96 - Tom and Tim Klisz

EWe were joined in the studio by Tom and Tim Klisz. Tom is a long-time member of The Michigan Treasure Hunters Club. We talked about all things buried, but not forgotten. We also discussed the fine art of collecting and selling memorabilia and Tim's massive KISS collection. Collecting is stranger than you think!

118 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 96 - Tom and Tim Klisz

Episode 95 - All Things Halloween with Lesley Bannatyne

ELesley Bannatyne is an American author who writes extensively on Halloween history, literature, and contemporary celebration. One of the country's foremost authorities on Halloween, Bannatyne has shared her knowledge on television specials for the History Channel ("The Haunted History of Halloween," "The Real Story of Halloween"), with Time Magazine, Slate and National Geographic. Lesley has written five books on Halloween. Her most recent book, Halloween Nation, examines the holiday though the eyes of its celebrants. The book was nominated for a 2011 Bram Stoker Award. Halloween. An American Holiday, An American History,has been in publication for almost 30 years. Scott, Amber and guest "ghost" Michelle discussed all things Halloween - the memories, movies and all the feels associated with Halloween.

115 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 95 - All Things Halloween with Lesley Bannatyne

Episode 94 - Max Lichtor

EHalloween is upon us and we celebrate hard tonight diving into our love and thoughts on the movie "Hellraiser," among a lot of other very interesting things. We were honored to have Max Lichtor back on Ghostly Talk! Max is the curator at pyramid-gallery.com, featuring the planets greatest intricately designed music box replicas of French architect, artisan and designer “Philip LeMarchand.” You have undoubtedly seen “The Lament Configuration” in all of the films in the "Hellraiser" franchise. Scott L. and Max crossed paths in a very funny way 15 years ago and this meeting again could not be timed better for Halloween! Scott L. was joined by guest host Bud Fugate. Bud does some writing in a couple of places you should definitely check out: https://www.horrorbound.net/ https://morbidlybeautiful.com/

105 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 94 - Max Lichtor

Episode 93 - Addison Binek with Neighbor Brad

EScott L. was joined by Neighbor Brad this week who brought over Addison Binek to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly of horror films. Addison has worked with the Lloyd Kaufman, one of the founders of Troma Films on his widely popular "Tromasterpiece Theatre." Addison is currently at work with Greg DeLiso putting the finishing touches on their newest film, "Psycho Ape."

106 MINOCT 17
Comments
Episode 93 - Addison Binek with Neighbor Brad

Episode 92 - Patrick Keller

EPatrick Keller joined us and we had a blast just letting our brains wander. Patrick Keller is an educator and the host of The Big Séance Podcast, which is a forum for “para-nerds” to have an open dialogue about all things paranormal. He has been a featured podcaster on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. Patrick is the founder of the Missouri Spirit Seekers, a paranormal research team, and has spent a lot of time experimenting with spirit communication tools and techniques, such as EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena). One of Patrick’s passions is cemetery photography, and spending hours at a time capturing the natural beauty of the cycle of life and death in a place typically stricken with grief. KAZOOOOOO! We recorded a podcast with The Big Séance the same night, so make sure to check us out on Patrick’s podcast as well!

69 MINOCT 10
Comments
Episode 92 - Patrick Keller

Episode 91 - Tea Krulos

ETea Krulos is a freelance writer and author from Milwaukee, WI. Some of his favorite subjects to explore and write about include unique subcultures, people, and places, as well as art, music, and pop culture. Krulos’s first book, Heroes in the Night: Inside the Real Life Superhero Movement, is a thorough investigation of a subculture of people who call themselves “Real Life Super Heroes” and adopt their own costumed personas and hit the street to fight injustice. He is also the author of Monster Hunters: On the Trail With Ghost Hunters, Bigfooters, Ufologists, and Other Paranormal Investigators and Apocalypse Any Day Now: Deep Underground with America’s Doomsday Preppers (April 2019) Krulos has two books out in 2020. Wisconsin Legends & Lore (The History Press) compiles classic Wisconsin folklore, ghost stories, and urban legends and American Madness (Feral House), which examines the life of conspiracy theorist Richard McCaslin and how conspiracy developed into the zeitgeist of ...

62 MINOCT 3
Comments
Episode 91 - Tea Krulos

Episode 90 - Tony Lavorgne

EScott L. enlisted the services of his next door neighbor Brad and one of our frequent guest hosts Bud Fugate for our latest installment. As Scott L. was setting levels Brad and Fugate started debating about Friday the 13th so he just let the tape roll. We were joined tonight by the Tony Lavorgne, published author, researcher and public speaker on the unexplained and the obscure paranormal who also researches local folklore and legends in Pennsylvania. He is the author of “Haunted Roads of Western Pennsylvania” and “Astonishing Tales of Pennsylvania: Curiosities, Curses, and Creatures“. Tony Lavorgne also has a podcast called “Tony Lavorgne’s Legends and Lore Podcast.”

89 MINSEP 26
Comments
Episode 90 - Tony Lavorgne

Episode 89 - Bill Sweet

EBill Sweet was always been interested in paranormal phenomena including the phenomena of prayer. Through meeting the founders of Spindrift, Bruce and John Klingbeil, Bill began to grasp new ways of applying consciousness research to religion and science. He was president of Spindrift for four years. He graduated from New Trier High School, which was the top public high school in the country at the time and attended Illinois State University where he received a communications degree.

89 MINSEP 18
Comments
Episode 89 - Bill Sweet

Episode 88 - King Fowley

EKing Fowley is one of death metal’s forefathers and the founder of the legendary death metal band DECEASED and old-school metal troupe OCTOBER 31. Fowley, who is known the metal world over, as one of the most ardent fans of true metal, has always been one of the most vocal, upfront figures and never pulls any punches when asked of his opinion. He has been tearing the music world asunder for almost three decades and has a life that he has lived to the fullest. Fowley’s life story is chronicled in Stay Ugly: The Life and Near Deaths of King Fowley, chronicling Fowley’s early days, how DECEASED formed, the D.C.- area metal scene of the mid-’80s, and how King escaped death multiple times. King nearly died from a horrendous blood clot, survived a stroke and kicked drugs and alcohol, two addictions that had a complete stranglehold on him.

88 MINSEP 12
Comments
Episode 88 - King Fowley
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