About This Show
Welcome to Uncontained hosted by Aaron Static Render! Sit in on conversations with individuals in entertainment, discover new artists, and hear interesting stories along with advice from entertainers at all levels of "Making it." Find out about the successes, failures, struggles and sacrifices that each guest has faced and how they live Uncontained no matter what life throws at them.
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Episode 049: The Haunted Bay - The Haunt Part - 1
5 days ago
This week on Uncontained I talk to the cast and crew of The Haunted Bay, a San Francisco based paranormal show on YouTube. The Haunted Bay isn’t your typical paranormal show that believes every ghost story they hear, or jump to the conclusion that underneath every squeaky floor board is a ghost. The Haunted Bay is a show that wants to disprove, as much as prove, that ghosts are out there. It all started when a group of media students began their journey into the world of the paranormal to find the answers to these questions: Is San Francisco really one of the most haunted places in the United States? What are paranormal investigations really like? The Haunted Bay explores local ghost stories, documents paranormal investigations, and interviews mediums and parapsychologists. “We dig up long forgotten history through paranormal phenomena. We visit famous haunted sites, but we are also discovering that the local mom and pop store, the corner bar, the theater down the street might also be haunted. Ghosts may be all around us...”
The producer and director of the paranormal documentary web series, The Haunted Bay. She grew up listening to ghost stories, but really grew more interested in the question of whether there are ghosts and the afterlife after the passing of her mother. Taking a video production course at a community college allowed her to begin her search for answers. In addition to being a producer, she is also an actor in theater, films, and medical training programs and works as a college outreach coordinator.
Writer / Director
A graduate of San Francisco State University's Asian American Studies Department, Matthew Abaya is a writer, director and visual effects artist whose work has been seen in award winning music videos and short films. His first feature length motion picture VAMPARIAH (2016) uses cultural influences and the horror/sci-fi genera as a vehicle to discuss race and identity. He currently teaches a Digital Arts class for at risk high school students in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also lends his talents on the Haunted Bay web series, where he helps document the work of real ghost hunters..