Chuck Zukowski from The Travel Channel’s new show, Alien Highway, comes on episode 122: Alien Hunter and is interviewed by authors T. Fox Dunham & Phil Thomas. Chuck has spent his life hunting for proof of alien life, exploring spaceship crash sites, stories of alien visitation and cattle mutilation. As the lead investigator on the new show Alien Highway, he takes his search to a new level, exploring the vast deserts of Nevada with his team. He talks about his history hunting aliens, the making of his new show and the secret history of alien visitation. Was the Native American legend about skinwalkers—or shape-shifting spirits—really talking about extraterrestrials? His experiences will change your views of the universe in part one of his interview. For our ghost story this episode, Phil reads the story of the Absecon lighthouse, a shore landmark that is haunted by the ghosts of the many shipwreck victims who ran aground on the Jersey shoals. Fox also interviews a young Swedish musician who draws his music from the spirit of death: Gh0st Boy. On episode 122 of What Are You Afraid Of? Horror & Paranormal Show: Alien Hunter.
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TORMENTED SPIRITS & AUTHORS
Writers are a tormented lot. We should know. We’re both authors. On Episode 121 of What Are You Afraid Of? we talk to some tormented spirits and authors. Edgar Allan Poe, tormented writer and poet, haunts the state of Maryland—the place of his birth and death. Shortly after his strange passing—the circumstances have never been entirely explained—fans began seeing his mournful spirit manifesting in his family’s home, at his favorite local tavern and especially in the catacombs where his body was entombed and moved twice. T. Fox Dunham shares the true ghost story that accounts the many visitations of his spirit and strange customs that have become associated with the tragic author including ‘The Toaster!” For the last sixty years, a phantom figure has been seen at his grave toasting Poe with his favorite cognac. Some think this spirit is Poe come back to mourn for himself and the women he loved. Then Fox interviews Crystal Lake Publishing author, Mark Allan Gunnells—no association to the Allan in Poe’s name he claims. Mark talks about his long obsession with writing horror, his new work, and he shares advice with new authors who are trying to get published. English folksinger David Walton narrates his poem, End of the World, and his short story, Go to Sleepy Little Baby from his new collection, Book Haven and Other Curiosities, now available. Fox closes the show with the song Through the Darkness from the talented Jeremy Allingham.