Rob McConnell Interviews: Joshua P Warren - Wishing Machines and Para-Cymatics

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Joshua P. Warren has spent 20 years breaking ground in the paranormal. He began publishing at the age of 15. At age 25, Simon & Schuster published his book, HOW TO HUNT GHOSTS, now widely considered a classic in the field. In 2004, he made the cover of the science journal, ELECTRIC SPACE CRAFT, for his work on the mysterious Brown Mountain Lights. Founder of L.E.M.U.R. Paranormal, and the Asheville Mystery Museum, he often corresponds for Coast to Coast AM, hosts the nationally-syndicated Speaking of Strange radio show, and is a regular personality on programs that have aired on the Travel Channel, Discovery, History Channel, National Geographic, SyFy, Animal Planet, etc. Through an open, imaginative mind, Warren tells the facts with a warm, respectful sense of humor, yet reduces them down to solid lab experiments to separate fact from fiction. A quick Google search demonstrates why his schedule includes major events regarding ghosts, UFOs, cryptids, psychic phenomena, time warps, and everything that presses forth the boundaries of "normal" reality.

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