In this episode, Brennan and Ian talk about the uniquely North American legend of the Wendigo, cannibal possession, and then reveal the devastating truth about riding the bus. Spoiler alert - it's never a good time.
On this episode we are thrilled to have our very first guest!
In the first half of the episode, author Matt Swayne joins us to talk about his new book "Ghosts of Country Music: Tales of Haunted Honky Tonks and Legendary Spectres."
In the second half we discuss haunted hotels, Ian's brush with country music greatness, and my country music radio show that never was.
In this episode Brennan and Ian discuss the different versions of Stephen King's "IT" including the upcoming remake, David Paulides "Missing 411", and somehow manage to organically incorporate the phrase "gross elephant balls."
As with all things Stephen King, this one gets a little raw so be warned.
In this episode we finally get to talk about Ian's book "Victoria's Most Haunted: 30 Ghost Stories From BC's Capital City", available in-stores and online Tuesday, April 25. He talks haunted hotels, protective ghosts left over from WWI and I desperately try to pretend that I've read the book. Which I have. Promise.
In the first half, Loyd Auerbach joins us to talk about the reissue of his 1991 best-seller "Psychic Dreaming", psychic detectives, and how he became a chocolatier.
In the second half, Ian refuses to interpret Brennan's dreams and Brennan talks about remote viewing and his mystical connection with Pennsylvania.
On this episode we discuss stories of Shadow People - both those encountered by us and by people we know. Also, Brennan tells the story about that time he slept in his car near the Indian burial ground and Ian forgets how to tell time.
Brennan's back from the road (and the flu, which is why this episode is coming a week late) with a selection of stories including things in the dark, possible screen memories, and a man who may have survived the Missing 411 phenomenon.