America’s most popular paranormal podcaster, Jim Harold, has worked in radio, video, and business‐to‐business media. He holds a Master’s Degree in Communication and has taught at the university level. You can find his podcasts at jimharold.com.
In 2005, Jimʹs started podcasting on the paranormal. His lifelong interest in the supernatural, combined with his love of broadcasting and technology resulted in the most successful web‐based programs of their type in the world.
The Paranormal Podcast, Jim Haroldʹs Campfire, and The Paranormal Report are regularly among the top podcasts in their categories on iTunes, often outranking programs from mainstream media publishers such as The New York Times, PBS and NPR.
Jim won’t dress up in alien costumes and doesn’t plan on buying that $19.99 Super Official Ghost Detector off of late night TV but believes there is more to life than what meets the eye. Jim lives in Northeastern Ohio with his fantastic wife and two daughters.
He is incredibly thankful for them and his loyal audience.
Jim Haroldʹs Campfire: True Ghost Stories is his first book.
The author of three novels and numerous shorter works of fiction and nonfiction, Frank prefers the title of Storyteller to Novelist or Journalist. “It’s a time honored tradition passed down through our parents and our grandparents,” he says. “No matter what I am writing, it is my goal to entertain you with the story I’m telling.”
Born and raised in Conway, NH, Frank now lives with his beautiful photographer wife, Jacki, in the South Florida home they share with their two dogs and a cat named Oz (as in Wizard of).
Also joining the show for the final 20minutes is Don E. Smith Jrwho’s a freelance writer, and comic book author.
We will talk about his new book “The Goffle Road Murders of Passaic County.” As well as many other topics related to comic books. Like the new Superman suit, and the DC Reboot.
Don live in Passaic County, New Jersey with his wife, Laura, and their three cats, Bobby, Merlin and Banjo.
“I have written for a slew of web sites and I write for two different comic book companies, Bluewater Comics and Faithstar Comics. Many of the scripts are being edited and the stories are drawn.”
“When I am not writing for those companies, my work appears at Patch.com, InvestComics.com and CosmicBookNews.com. I am also the author of two books, HAWTHORNE from Arcadia Publishing and the upcoming GOFFLE ROAD MURDERS from History Press.” – Don E. Smith Jr