UPDATE: This event has been canceled.
Meet me at the second annual History and Haunts Expo on Saturday, April 4 in Essex, Maryland. I’ll be signing copies of my bestselling book, The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.
It will feature various investigators such as Dustin Pari (from Syfy’s Ghost Hunters), Mike King (Destination America’s Ghosts of Shepherdstown and Travel Channel’s Ghosts of Morgan City), Jack Kenna (Travel Channel’s Haunted Case Files), and Carly Hall (Travel Channel’s Paranormal Survivor). Also appearing are Anthony and Deena Holmes of the Divine Research Society of Paranormal Phenomena, Pam and Steve Barry of the Gettysburg Ghost Exchange, Kendra “Ghost Girl” Belgrad, and Melody Bruch aka “The Tattooed Medium.”
I’ve been invited to speak at this year’s INFO Fortfest 2019. I’m really excited (and extremely honored) to attend the event this year as an actual speaker. I was only ever there as an attendee in the past but always amazed at the talks that were delivered by some truly great people.
This year’s event is no less impressive with speakers from different angles and perspectives attempting to shed some light into the mysteries of the world. It will be held on two days (June 29-30) in Linthicum, Maryland. As for me, I’ll be speaking on Saturday, June 29 at 11:15 am about our favorite boys, err “men” in black.
Hopefully, there might even be a few sitting in the audience that day.
Come out to see a lecture I’ll be delivering on the topic of high strangeness at the Marlton NJ Psychic and Healing Event on Saturday, June 8th at the Marlton VFW. I’ll be there along with several others in the field, like my good friends Rosalyn and Michael Lewis who will also be lecturing that day.
And, I’ll be signing copies of my new book, The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.
This event is FREE for all and organized by the Spiritual Healing Through Guidance group. Come out to say hi and tell me all about your own strange experiences.
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Come out to meet me at the 3rd Annual Spiritual Awakening Expo on Saturday, March 23rd, as I sign copies of my new book, The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.
The expo focuses on holistic healing and other metaphysical topics. There will be all sorts of people there along with various authors, speakers, and vendors.
Though I’m not delivering a formal lecture, I will be talking with many of you and welcoming your stories and strange experiences. Stop by and say hi!
Admission is only $2 for adults with children under 10 admitted free.
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“Hot on the Trail of the Men in Black & Other Non-Human Entities” is the name of an upcoming lecture I’m presenting next month. In it, I’ll be revealing some of my findings while working on my new book “The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.”
Together, we will dive into little-known and seldom explored aspects of high strangeness—including encounters with the Men in Black, phantom photographers, strange stalkers, mysterious phone calls, robotic entities, hairless clones, doppelgängers, and other non-human entities galore!
Join me for an exciting evening of ghosts, UFOs, and other weirdness at the Old Town Pub on Tuesday, October 2nd at 7:00 pm. The official event page can be found here.
This lecture includes dinner but space is only limited to 50 people! Please call On Angels Wings at 609-733-3699 to secure your spot today.
This past weekend at the Para-X Behind the Veil 2 paranormal conference went quite well. The audience was receptive, even if the microphone kept cutting out when I gave my talk on “Perceptions and Deceptions in the Overall Experience.” I met a lot of cool people, including one that came all the way from Massachusetts! At my otherwise bare table, I had some literature spread out regarding well-known abductee Travis Walton and his most recent documentary, “Travis,” which reminded me of a fantastic conference held this weekend up north—the Greater New England UFO Conference.
Here are all the details you need to know about it…
Last year around this time I was preparing to do my very first public speaking engagement with Rosalyn Bown, which was titled “Myths and Misconceptions in Paranormal & UFO Research.” Our talk was very well-received, so we were invited to do a follow-up right after it; a part two of sorts that we called, “Similarities in Paranormal & UFO Research.”
The whole idea between our two back to back lectures was to draw people, who might only be interested in one field, to look at the other field as well. A lot of times, paranormal people and UFO enthusiasts stay rather confined within their respective walls, never bothering to consider the commonalities and similarities between each.
There’s actually quite a bit of crossover from one subject into the next, but a number of investigators and researchers alike tend to disregard that if it doesn’t fit into the framework of their own expertise. I can hardly blame them, as the enigma of the phenomenon is strange enough to simply consider just one aspect of it.
Well, as a result of my ongoing ramblings here and there, I’ve been invited to speak again. But this time, it’s on my own. *gasp*
In October of 2016, I conducted my first public lecture at a small metaphysical shop in Burlington, NJ called On Angel’s Wings. It was a joint Halloween presentation with my good friend Rosalyn Bown. She had been pushing me to do the lecture circuit for quite some time now, so of course, I naturally resisted, assuming my anxiety would get the better of me. And in the days leading up to the event, it was certainly brimming to the top.
But on the day of our talk, a sense of calm ensued that helped me to relax and enjoy the ninety minute conversation with a packed house that had come to hear us. It helped to have the environment resemble my living room, which reminded me of the monthly meet-ups I hold at my house for a select few to gather and talk about this sort of thing.
Overall the crowd was quite engaged during the entire talk, which was surprising to at least. Usually at other UFO conferences I’ve been to, at least half the crowd is dozing off or just looking uninterested. (And only one person fell asleep on us so I consider that a win; ha!)