If you love the paranormal (and if you’re here, I hope you do!), then check out these other awesome groups, websites, and podcasts:
This award-winning magazine is the premier print magazine focusing on all things paranormal and supernatural. Founded by Paul Stevenson and Andy Soar, Haunted Magazine has been written by fans of the paranormal for fans of the paranormal for nearly ten years now. Guests in the past have been Nick Groff of Paranormal Lockdown and Ghost Adventures, and Amy Bruni of Ghost Hunters and Kindred Spirits (and, of course, Spook-Eats… though we know that isn’t nearly as exciting)! 2019 will be the 10th anniversary of the magazine so you can expect even more excitement and adventures!
Ghost Stories with Rob Hanson is helping to bring ghost hunting to the masses in America through the magic of radio. Produced in the KTOX studios in Needles California, in conjunction with Rubin Broadcasting and Pirate Web Radio Productions, Rob Hanson sits down and chats with paranormal investigators from all over the country, discussing “ghosts, spirits, poltergeists, and all things that go bump in the night!” You can listen to Ghost Stories with Rob Hanson Sundays from 7-10PM PST on KURT 93.7 FM in Prineville, OR, KTOX 98.1 FM in Bakersfield, CA, KUNK 92.7 FM in Mendocino/Fort Bragg, CA, 96.7 in Ukiah, CA, KTOX 1340 AM and 104.1 FM in Needles, CA or anytime on the show’s website.
A paranormal investigation crew located in Spook-Eats’ neck of the woods in Buffalo, New York! Founded by married couple, Scott and Deidre, Soul’s Gate Paranormal began its work in 2018, however, Scott and Deidre have been investigating the paranormal since 2009. They’ve investigated some of the country’s most haunted locations, such as the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Bobby Mackey’s, and Eastern State Penitentiary, and, of course, some of Western New York’s most (in)famous haunts such as Iron Island Museum, Rolling Hills Asylum, and Goodleburg Cemetery. They are available for investigations in public and private locations, as well as fundraisers, paranormal classes, and even reiki. Spook-Eats has had the privilege of investigating with SGP in the past, and they offer an informative, respectful, and fun experience.
As their name might suggest, these five guys go into haunted locations and conduct paranormal investigations live on Facebook! Run by the same gentlemen who bring you Haunted Magazine, they have years of experience which have led them to create this unique type of investigation (it’s such a cool idea, Travel Channel has picked up the idea and now hosts live hunts with the Tennessee Wraith Chasers). No scripts, no breaks, and all real. It’s an interactive ghost hunt that viewers can participate in right from their own homes.
The newest magazine in the realm of the supernatural and all things that go bump in the night! Founded by Jay Wyrick of Supernatural Serenity paranormal crew. ParaNation Magazine is a magazine for everyone who considers themselves a part of the paranormal community–podcasters, investigators, writers, filmmakers, and everyday men and women… all of their stories are told here. Spook-Eats is the editor of this new magazine and will be featured in an upcoming issue. Their first issue released in January 2019, and you can purchase it here.
Founded by Drew Broda, Ghost Train Podcast is one of the newest podcasts to offer strange and unusual tales of the paranormal. Having only launched in November 2018, the Ghost Train is chugging along, interviewing paranormal investigation crews including Mystic Mitten Paranormal and even Spook-Eats! With tales of haunted locations all throughout North America, Ouija board mishaps, ghost children, and even what it’s like to be a medium, Ghost Train has something for everyone looking to add a bit of spookiness into their podcast regime.
Not just horror or the paranormal, The Geekiverse offers tons of content when it comes to movies, books, TV shows, and video games. If you’re a fan of pop culture in general, then The Geekiverse is the place to be! You might even see me lurking around writing horror movie reviews… You can find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.