On Saturday morning at 1 a.m. EDT, I had the pleasure of being interviewed for an hour by famous radio show host, George Noory of the "Coast to Coast AM" show. This show has been on the air for about 20 years and Art Bell used to host it (I remember listening back then!). Its heard in ALL 50 STATES and internationally. That became obvious when I checked the rankings of my 2 books, and both of them were in the Top 15 (Kindle versions) for Paranormal books! The new book "Lessons Learned from Talking to the Dead" made #4 today in the "Channeling" category on Amazon!! WOW. I'm really amazed...
What's the Show About? Coast to Coast AM - UFOs, strange occurrences, life after death and other unexplained phenomena. Overnight talk radio with daytime ratings.
- The show copyrights all audio and podcasts can be heard on the website (for a fee of $6.95 a month). Last night's show is located at: http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2012/06/22
So, although I can't have a podcast of the show on the blogs, here's a Brief recap from Coast to Coast AM's producer, from their website:
Ghost CommunicationIn the first hour, medium and meteorologist Rob Gutro talked about his interactions with earth-bound ghosts. Gutro recalled having his first paranormal experience as a teen, when he saw an apparition of his deceased grandfather materialize before his eyes. He spoke about the challenge of learning to separate his own thoughts from those of ghosts trying to contact him. Gutro credited falling in love with helping him more accurately tune into ghosts, noting that any positive emotion can give an entity power to communicate with the living. He said some ghosts linger here because of unresolved emotional issues, others do not realize they are dead, and some simply do not wish to leave their houses. Gutro likened earth-bound ghosts to prisoners in isolated jail cells, able to see spirits that have passed on but unable to communicate with them. He also shared an amazing paranormal experience with his father's ghost: "I felt two arms come around me, wrap around me, like I was getting a big hug from behind," he remembered.