Posted by beyondtheedge on Tuesday, 31 of March , 2015 at 2:46 am
John Zaffis.mp3[/podcast]This week we shake things up a bit on the show. Eric and Marie welcome a surprise mystery guest to the program.
Our mystery guest has been investigating the paranormal for close to 40 years. With years of experience under his belt and a wealth of knowledge, our mystery guest has appeared on television, film, countless books, newspaper and magazine articles. He is well known and well respected by not only his peers but by anyone he has helped or worked with over the past four decades. He’s a collector of sorts and remains very busy dividing his time between his family, investigating the paranormal, countless appearances, helping others in need, and lecturing at events across the country.
Our mystery guest has appeared on BTE Radio multiple times and we are thrilled to have him joining us once again. Eric’s niece Hunter Brinker will be guest Co-hosting with Eric and Marie for this upcoming show that is proving to be not only a fun and entertaining time but a very educational episode.
To find out who our mystery guest is, you’ll have to tune in this Sunday night 8 to 10 pm Est. See you then!
Posted by beyondtheedge on Monday, 23 of March , 2015 at 6:03 pm
Eric and Marie don the Safari helmuts, the hiking boots and gather our passports as we go exploring this week with our guest John Kirk III of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club.
The author of the award-winning book In the Domain of the Lake Monsters, John Kirk is one of the world’s leading cryptozoological investigators. As president of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (BCSCC), John is part of a team of investigators that have searched for cryptids such as Ogopogo, Sasquatch, Cadborosaurus, black alligators, unknown cameloids, lacustrean cryptids and giant salamanders in the province of British Columbia.
The club is scientifically based with a large portion consisting of open-minded academics who feel the existence of new species of animals lying undiscovered is not such a farfetched idea. John is also Editor and Publisher of the BCSCC Quarterly well-known for its balanced approached to the enigma of mystery animals and also author of the club website.
John has ventured far afield in his quest for evidence for the mystery animals of the world in many areas of the world including Scotland, the Republic of Cameroon and the Republic of the Congo. In 2001 and one John was part of the Cryptosafari team which investigated reports of an animal called Mokele Mbembe which bears an uncanny resemblance to a sauropod dinosaur. While on this expedition the Cryptosafari team unearthed the first reports of a manlike creature standing over six feet tall, with three toes and fingers which in habits the Cameroon-Congo border region known to locals as the Dodu. Another mystery animal, the Ngoubou, was also described and this animal has features consistent with those a styracosaurus, part of the family of ceratopsians said to have been extinguished from the planet millions of years ago.
In addition to his cryptozoological research, John is a keen student of police methodologies and investigation techniques which he feels are very useful in the field of cryptozoological research. Analyzing and then organizing clues and evidentiary materials is an important part of the cryptozoological method and John is keen to share this with other researchers in this field.
John has also extensively studied the musculature of the creature in the Patterson film and in 1999 was the first to report specifically on the substantial musculature differences between the creature and a human being which were detailed in the BCSCC Quarterly.
It is John’s hope that the day will come when cryptozoological researchers will be at the forefront of using technologies and equipment that are of the cutting edge variety in their search for cryptids.
British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club
the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club (B.C.S.C.C.)
So join us as we go deep into the brush looking for some of these elusive creatures with our guest John Kirk III This week on BTE Radio.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Monday, 23 of March , 2015 at 6:00 pm
This week Marie and Eric welcome Author Jamie Davis and Co-Author Sam Queen to discuss some of our favorite places we’d love to visit and investigate. Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanitoriums.
We’ll be talking about their book and discussing some of the more famous haunted locations like Alcatraz, Moundsville, Mandsfield Reformatory, Waverly Hills and more. It’s sure to be a hair raising adventure as we get set to explore these buildings that were host to tragedy and negative history.
“Haunted Asylums, Prisons and Sanitoriums” Explore frightening ghost stories and true paranormal encounters at ten well-known, haunted institutions across the United States. This unique collection of investigations is filled with terrifying photos, spooky highlights from on-site tours, and historical information about each location.
Jamie Davis is a writer, traveler, and investigator of lost things. She lives in Savannah, Georgia.
Sam Queen is a lifelong traveler and paranormal enthusiast. He had watched paranormal shows on television for years, but always wanted to know if what they presented as evidence was real. When Jamie presented him with the opportunity to go on a public ghost hunt, he jumped at the chance. They both became hooked after their initial ghost hunting experience. Sam received the validation that he was looking for from this (and subsequent investigations), that ghosts are real. Sam spends his free time jogging and hiking in the great outdoors.
Haunted Asylums, Prisons, and Sanatoriums explores the country’s scariest institutions, including the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, West Virginia Penitentiary, and St. Albans Sanatorium. Discover creepy conversations between the authors and restless spirits, interviews with facility staff and knowledgeable ghost hunters, and helpful tips gathered from each investigation. You’ll also enjoy an introduction to basic ghost hunting equipment and detailed information about organizing your own visits to these haunted establishments.
To learn more about Jamie visit her website
Posted by beyondtheedge on Tuesday, 10 of March , 2015 at 7:24 pm
This week Eric and Marie welcome Author, Blogger and explorer Daniel Johnson to the show.
Daniel Johnson is the principal author of An LDS Guide to Mesoamerica and the new An LDS Guide to the Yucatan. His firesides on ancient American sites, culture, and artifacts that relate to Mormon beliefs are always well-received. He is an active high priest in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and has taught Mormon Gospel Doctrine classes for six years. As a missionary in Argentina, he has had many opportunities to explain Mormon beliefs to others and has appeared on radio talk shows like Spooky Southcoast in Massachusetts and DriveTime Live in Utah to discuss Mormon positions and answer questions.
Enjoy this episode of what is sure to be a fascinating discussion with our guest Daniel Johnson.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Tuesday, 10 of March , 2015 at 7:22 pm
We kick of a brand new moth with some new things coming to BTE Radio. First, we announce the winner of the BTE Radio Search for a new Co-Host Contest . Marie Samuels will take her place in Co-Host seat permanently as the fun begins this Sunday night.
Eric and the new BTE Radio Co-Host are happy to welcome our good friend Tim Dennis to the program as we talk with Tim about his interest in the Paranormal, Electronic Voice Phenomenon and maybe even throw in a little “pro wrassling” discussion. It’s sure to be a great time with Darkness Radio’s own Tim Dennis this Sunday night 8 to 10 pm Est.
Tim is a life time resident of Minnesota, he grew up in Blaine and attended Winona State University where he studied Mass Communication and Radio Broadcasting. He later graduated from Brown College in 1993. Tim has continued working in radio behind the scenes.
Tim’s interest in the paranormal also stems from his youth with dream visitations from deceased relatives. Although the more skeptical of the two, Tim remains open minded and willing to explore the many possibilities of the paranormal. His grounded nature helps keep Dave in check. Tune in weekly to share in their experiences in The Darkness on The Edge Of Town.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Tuesday, 24 of February , 2015 at 9:09 pm
Cryptid month comes to a close as Fred Kracke is our last contestant in the BTE Radio Search For A New Co-Host Contest.
Fred and Eric welcome three well recognized ladies of Bigfoot Research, Kathy Strain, Monica Rawlins , Melissa Hovey-Larsen and surprise guest The Bigfoot Field Reporter Sharon Lee to the program this week.
Kathy Strain is the Heritage Resource and Tribal Relations Programs Manager for the Stanislaus National Forest in Sonora, California. She has a M.A. in Anthropology and is conducts research on native cultures and their traditional bigfoot beliefs. Her book, Giants, Cannibals & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture covers this subject in depth, including 154 stories from 57 tribes from throughout North America. Kathy is also the on the Board of Directors for the non-profit Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers www.bigfootresearch.com
and a member of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy.
Monica Rawlins is a stellar figure in the world of sasquatch/bigfoot studies and investigations. A cofounder of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center and vice chair of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers, Monica enjoys great popularity as co-host of the acclaimed CryptoCast web-based broadcast. Among Monica’s other major achievements is her role as the co-organizer of the Original Texas Bigfoot Conference which brings together hundreds of investigators and researchers from across North America and globally. The conference has previously shattered attendance records for events of this nature. Monica is an experienced outdoors woman with an extensive background in Bigfoot research and the paranormal. Her experience has included training new investigators in the areas of field work, safe outdoor practices and evidence collection. She’s been a field researcher for over 11 years and has traveled across the U.S. to conduct her research in the field of Bigfoot. Her television work includes featuring in the MonsterQuest episode on the History Channel where she was a member of a historic all-woman bigfoot investigations team, a first in the field of Bigfoot and in television history. As well, Monica was featured in Weird Travels on the Travel Channel. Her other media experience consists of co-hosting popular pod casts “Beyond the Edge Radio”, “The Grey Area”, “The Bigfoot Field Reporter” and most recently the videocast, “The CryptoCast”, where her quick wit and no-nonsense attitude toward research and evidence has garnered her a solid fan base. While her main research recently has been dedicated to the search for Bigfoot, Monica has also kept an active interest in all things cryptozoologial and paranormal. Her points of interest and knowledge, outside of Sasquatch, are Native American legends with a focus on Skinwalkers and Windego. When time permits, Monica also researches and investigates ghosts and hauntings in the North Texas Area. In addition to Monica’s paranormal investigations in Texas, she also has extensive knowledge on hauntings and legends of the British Isles. TV appearances: Travel Channel 2005 Weird Travels, episode “Bigfoot” MonsterQuest 2006 Episode “Bigfoot”, all female expedition to Skookum Meadow in Washington State: Weird Travels:
Melissa Hovey-Larsen, began her research into the Bigfoot Phenomenon while living in Dallas, Texas in 2005. Since then she has conducted or organized field expeditions in the great states of; Texas, Washington, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Louisiana. Melissa then moved to Ohio in 2008 and married fellow ABS Board member, Wayne Larsen, in October of 2014 where they continue to conduct research in the large expanses of Ohio’s State Parks and private property.
Melissa is a tough, no-nonsense, researcher who applies her educational background, and work experience in criminal investigations, to the research.
Melissa is the current president of the “American Bigfoot Society”, (ABS). Melissa owns the blog, “The Search for Bigfoot,” (txsasquatch.blogspot.com). Where she discusses the research and her own personal opinions of, “evidence,” being released publicly and the larger issues affecting the research community as a whole.
Since 2007, Melissa, has co-hosted many Internet radio shows starting with: “Let’s Talk Bigfoot,” on Talkshoe. She then joined Sean Forker and, “The Sasquatch Experience,” in February 2008. In June of 2008 she began co-hosting a new program on Talkshoe, with friend and Field Researcher Monica Rawlins, titled, “The Grey Area,” which moved to BlogTalk Radio.
Melissa was also featured in the all-female expedition episode of the History Channels “Monster Quest” titled “Bigfoot”. She also appears in Nat Geo channels, “Paranatural 2: Sasquatch Planet.” Melissa has also appeared as a guest on many internet radio programs and nationally syndicated radio talk shows in reference to this mystery.
Melissa was also a speaker at the 2012 and 2013, “Chautauqua Lake Bigfoot Expo,” in Chautauqua Lake, New York.
Starting in 2006, Melissa has endeavored to discover the answer to the question, “why do artifacts happen in casting?” She has also been an outspoken advocate for women in the field of research and, the need for more women, to become actively involved in this mystery.
Join us as we welcome Kathy, Monica, Melissa and Sharon Lee this week.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Sunday, 15 of February , 2015 at 10:59 am
Jason Schmidt is our next contestant in the search for a new Co-Host here at BTE Radio. This Sunday Jason and I welcome Author, Explorer and Cryptozoologist Adam Davies to the show as Cryptid Month continues.
Whether you call him an Explorer, Adventurer or Cryptozoologist, there is no one alive today who has done more active fieldwork to prove the existence of yet-to be discovered animals in remote and sometimes dangerous parts of the world. From the dense jungles of the Congo and Sumatra, to the Deserts of Mongolia, and the Mountains of Nepal, Adam has traveled the world in search of scientific evidence of the existence of these creatures. Adam has actually brought back real scientific evidence of the creatures he has tracked, a feat unmatched by anyone ever in this field so far.
Examples of the creatures he has gathered evidence of which have astonished include the Orang-Pendek in Sumatra, the Yeren in China, and the Seljord Serpent in Norway. Indeed, he has just been working on a project with one of the world’s leading geneticists on Bigfoot. Adam would love to do this full time, but for now he devotes all his spare time and money to his passion. He imagines what he could really achieve if he had the opportunity to do so.
Adam is a frequent contributor to documentary television programming, including such shows such as the History Channel’s “MonsterQuest”, National Geographic Channel’s `Is it Real?` series, Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot” and was just last month featured on the Science Channel’s, `Unexplained Files` series. He has just released his latest book “Manbeast: A Personal Investigation” which is available on Amazon.com.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Monday, 9 of February , 2015 at 3:56 am
Our next contestant in the search for a new Co-Host Contest is my nephew Joshua Brinker. Josh joins me in welcoming our good friend Cliff Barackman back to BTE Radio for another rousing discussion on our favorite Cryptid, Bigfoot. We’ll be talking with Cliff about his 25 year career as a Sasquatch researcher, the show Finding Bigfoot and we’ll find out from Cliff what he’s been up to. This Sunday night Cliff Barackman returns to BTE Radio.
Cliff as a Person Cliff was born and raised in Long Beach, California. Throughout his youth, his interests were drawn towards both the physical and biological sciences, as well as to music. These interests later brought him to dabble in a wide variety of sciences in college before later deciding to pursue his degree in Jazz Guitar. Cliff can be heard performing guitar around the Portland area, when he’s not busy in the field. Cliff’s interest in the sciences drove him to a teaching career where he could share his love and appreciation of the natural world with young people, and particpate in the occasional sing along.
While Cliff was navigating his life, his growing interest in the bigfoot phenomena drove him to travel to other parts of the country to look into the mystery. By extensively travelling the West Coast, he found himself unsatisfied with living in Southern California and wanting to live closer to bigfoot habitat. After living in various parts of California and Washington State, he eventually settled in Portland, OR where he lives today.
Cliff has been a dedicated sasquatch field researcher for the past two decades. Known throughout the Sasquatch scientific community for his extended expeditions, he has been known to spend over 200 days a year in the field. Over the years he has managed to gather data supporting the hypothesis that sasquatches are an undiscovered species of great ape that walks bipedally and lives in North America. Though finding and documenting data is a goal of Cliff’s research, it is not the primary goal. The process of bigfooting is fun!
Cliff has appeared in various media outlets over the years in regards to his bigfoot experience. He has written extensively on the subject with his work being featured not only on his own blog, but on other websites as well. He has also been featured in student reports, newspaper articles, video documentaries, and more.
In 2007, Cliff was contacted to be on the History Channel’s “Monsterquest.” The episode, entitled “Legend of the Hairy Beast,” featured Cliff and fellow bigfoot researcher, James “Bobo” Fay investigating bigfoot sighting reports on the Klamath River in Northern California. Being the first whites to ever be invited to do bigfoot research on the Yurok Indian Reservation, Cliff and Bobo interviewed Native American elders about their experiences with sasquatches. They hired Indian river guides, and made base camp in a cabin with no access other than by river. They also utilized advanced night vision technology to try to film sasquatches at night from a river jet boat.
Being well-respected in the bigfoot community and beyond, Cliff is often called upon for comments about bigfoot evidence and research. He was the featured expert in news items broadcast to the Portland, OR and Seattle, WA media markets in regards to the infamous Georgia Bigfoot Hoax of 2008 where he clearly stated that it was a falsification. He has appeared on many internet radio shows, and was also a featured guest on “Coast to Coast with George Noory.”
In Spring, 2010, Cliff was asked to accompany Bob Saget on a bigfoot expedition in Northern Washington State. Bob was filming an episode of his A&E series, Strange Days with Bob Saget, where he would partake in an eccentric subculture’s way of life for a weekend. Bob and Cliff were filmed discussing the various types of recorded sasquatch vocalizations on record, and Bob walked away very impressed with the evidence. As a parting gift, Cliff gave Bob a copy of the 1982 Grays Harbor, WA footprint cast.
Cliff is currently being featured in Animal Planet’s new series, Finding Bigfoot. Once again teaming up with colleagues James “Bobo” Fay, Matt Moneymaker, and Ranae Holland, Cliff is traveling the country investigating bigfoot evidence. His expert opinion, level-headed approach, and analytical mind is essential to the team. When numbers need to be extracted for the sake of data analysis, or when a footprint needs to be permanently recorded, he is there to offer his unique skills. Cliff augments the credibility of Finding Bigfoot with his passion for data collection, and his ability to explain complex ideas in simple fashions.
Cliff holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from California State University, Long Beach. Cliff was a jazz guitar student of Bay Area guitarist, Dave Schroeder, and later went on to take lessons from jazz great, Ron Eschete, and specialized in the seven-stringed jazz guitar. Having graduated both the university and from Mr. Eschete, Cliff now does casual gigs in and around Portland, OR where he lives. He commonly plays in small groups, but most notably the jazz guitar duet, Mo’ Strings Attached with Andrew Wright, a skilled luthier living in Beaverton, OR. Cliff occasionally updates his musical website, though the demands of bigfooting often prohibit him from giving his musical projects their deserved attention.
To learn more about Cliff visit his websites www.cliffbarackman.com
Tune in live this Sunday night as we welcome the Squatchiest guy we know, Cliff Barackman back to BTE Radio.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Tuesday, 3 of February , 2015 at 8:08 pm
In this episode aired live on Sunday night February 1 we kick of Cryptid month here at BTE Radio. Our next contestant for the co-host contest is Walt Wadsworth. Walt and Eric welcome Documentary Film Director Seth Breedlove and Producers Jesse Morgan and Allen Magargel of Fathom Frontiers as we will be talking about the new film project called Small Town Monsters and discuss the first installment the Minerva Monster.
In August of 1978 a small town in eastern Ohio was thrust into the spotlight when a local family sighted a “monster” in the woods behind their home. Over subsequent evenings they were repeatedly visited by the creature culminating in a late-night encounter that ended in local police being called in. The story blasted onto the front pages of newspapers across the state and into the consciousness of a nation. For weeks police, news crews, and scores of hunters descended on the town of Minerva with one common goal; to find the beast.
The documentary film is directed by Seth Breedlove, and produced by Jesse Morgan and Alan Megargle. Minerva Monster is the first in a series of documentaries called Small Town Monsters. Setting aside all the drama, and preamble of previous “monster” documentaries, Minerva Monster will tell the story through witness interviews; the real story, in the words of those who lived it.
The film will see an official release on May 16th at the Ohio Bigfoot Conference and be available for purchase on or around this same date. Local screenings will follow.
A Facebook page has already launched (facebook.com/minervamonster) with more social media outlets to follow. A trailer is scheduled to drop around the end of January.
About our guests:
Seth Breedlove is a freelance investigative journalist and podcast host. He has contributed content to numerous websites on a variety of topics. He served as a columnist for the Massillon Independent, helming a weekly column titled “Slice of Life” that ran on the front page of the paper. In addition to his column he has covered news stories and daily assingnments for the Medina Gazette.
He co-hosts a pop culture podcast called Ancillary Characters with his friends Allen and Paul. A new media enthusiast, Seth began podcasting in the mid-00′s and continues to test the boundaries of the medium each week.
In 2014 he started SasWhat: a Podcast About Bigfoot with co-host Mark Matzke where each week they discuss the subject as a whole and interview various personalities from the field.
Seth has also researched and examined historical Bigfoot reports from across the country, compiling an extensive database of newspaper articles dating back to the early 1800′s. He maintained a bi-weekly column for the Ohio Bigfoot Conference which examined possible Bigfoot historical newspaper reports from around the state of Ohio.
In 2013 Seth began researching the Minerva Monster case. After compiling an expansive library of information relating to the case he pitched the idea of making a film based on the flap to Alan Megargle and Jesse Morgan. Together they’ve spent the last year working on the film.
Jesse Morgan began taking researching Bigfoot seriously in the summer of 2009. Growing up with a family that primitive camped nearly every summer has given Jesse a lifetime of experience in the field. This comfort level allows Jesse to see and hear things others may miss while in the field.
Jesse has a diverse background that includes strategic planning, marketing and military. Jesse’s background gives him a critical eye and the drive to get the answers needed to solve this mystery. Jesse would like nothing more than to bring conclusive evidence to the world that proves the existence of Bigfoot.
Alan Megargle began in earnest researching the Bigfoot phenomenon during the summer of 2009. Being in the field has been the number one priority for Alan, and this effort has resulted in a number of “close calls” including recordings of possible wood knocks and vocalizations.
Despite having a successful career as an engineer, Alan’s true passion is a calling to research the unknown. Since childhood he has always found time to get in the field, whether lying on his parents roof watching the heavens or digging his heels into another muddy uphill hike, Alan finds excitement in knowing he could share one of the greatest scientific discoveries with the world.
Tune in this Sunday night as we kick of Cryptid month here at BTE Radio with Walt, Seth, Jesse and Allen and talk about the Minerva Monster.
Posted by beyondtheedge on Monday, 26 of January , 2015 at 9:58 am
This episode promises to scare the hell out of you as BTE Radio welcomes Author Bob Cranmer to talk about his families terrifying experiences living with “The Demon of Brownsville Road.” Eric Altman is joined with week by our next contestant in the BTE Radio Co-Host contest Marie Samuels. Eric and Marie welcome Former Allegheny County Commissioner, Politician and Author Bob Cranmer. About Bob Bob Cranmer has been involved with government since 1990 as an elected official or as a government relations specialist. He represents a spectrum of different of clients, which include governmental entities such as: Allegheny County Housing Authority, and the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny and Fayette Counties, Non-profits such as: Family Links, the Pittsburgh Opera, Ohio Valley General Hospital, and the River City Brass Band. Corporations which have included: Ammann & Whitney Engineering, L. Robert Kimball & Associates, Mistick Construction, and Bombardier Transportation. Bob’s area of expertise and “bi-partisan” relationship management includes local city and county governments, as well as the entire state government in Harrisburg. Bob is a native of Pittsburgh, growing up in the borough of Brentwood where he still resides with his wife Lesa. He graduated from Brentwood High School in 1974 and Duquesne University in 1978, upon which he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Bob went on to serve nine years in the active army, several of which as a Company Commander in the 101st Airborne Division. He also served in the United States Army Reserve with the rank of Major during the Persian Gulf War commanding a Military Intelligence unit. Bob’s employment has included positions with AT&T Bell Laboratories, AT&T Corporate Marketing, and Communications Technologies Group, LTD. Kimball & Associates, and most recently the Harrisburg lobbying firm of Pugliese Associates, managing the Pittsburgh office. In politics, Bob was elected to Brentwood Council in 1991 where he initiated an economic development corporation, which generated over 30 million dollars of new development. It now serves several municipalities and is a model for other communities. In 1995 he was elected Allegheny County Commissioner where he served as chairman of the board. As a Commissioner Bob ushered in sweeping changes to county government, reducing county taxes in excess of 50 million dollars per year, reducing county personnel by 18%, reorganizing county government from forty-one departments to six, creating the position of County Manager, a county 911 system, and forming a city/county economic development organization which generated several billion dollars worth of new projects and related economic development. He led the effort to establish home rule in Allegheny County, which created the position of County Executive and County Council. His other notable accomplishments include the construction of PNC Park, Heinz Field, and the new David L. Lawrence Convention Center. He was also a driving force behind the creation of the Allegheny County Airport Authority to manage the Pittsburgh International Airport. In 1988 Bob bought what he thought would be his dream home in the Pittsburgh suburb where he was raised. In his book the Demon of Brownsville Rd, Bob recounts the harrowing details of the evil presence that tormented his family and the epic spiritual war he fought to save everything he held dear. Strange activity began just a few short weeks after the family moved in. Cranmer said the strange but seemingly harmless activity continued for a number of years before turning dark and violent. At the advice of his mother and to allay his own creepy feelings about the house, Cranmer had a Roman Catholic priest perform a ritual blessing on the place. During the blessing his oldest son stood in the doorway in the form of an “X” and blocked the priest from entering his bedroom, he revealed. The entity’s activity slowly became more sinister and interactive. Cranmer remembered being harassed on a daily basis with physical attacks. Eventually the activity was more than the family could take and the Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese became involved which resulted in almost daily mass being held in the home along with multiple exorcisms. Join us this Sunday night as we talk with Bob about his terrifying encounters while living in a dream home that turned into a nightmare as we talk about his book, Demon of Brownsville Road. To learn more about Bob and the book visit http://demonofbrownsville.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/demonbrownsville Join Eric and Marie for this episode as we welcome Bob Cranmer to the show and talk about the Demon of Brownsville Road. Tune in live 8:00 to 10:00 pm Est. at www.para-x.com/live.htm; www.planetparanormal.com or http://tunein.com/radio/Para-X-Radio-s84861/