The Big Seance Podcast
About This Show
Patrick Keller, of BigSeance.com, invites you to an open discussion on all things paranormal, but specifically topics like ghosts and hauntings, paranormal research, spirit communication, psychics and mediums, and life after death. The candles are already lit, so come on in and join the séance!Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Haunted America Conference 2018 - The Big Seance Podcast: My Paranormal World #123
Patrick's coverage of the 2018 Haunted America Conference! Appearances by the band Sunspot and the See You On the Other Side Podcast, Troy Taylor, Lisa Taylor-Horton, Cody Beck and the American Hauntings Podcast, Jennifer Jones and The Dead History, Missouri State Penitentiary, Sarah Soderlund, Luke Naliborski, Rob Garcia and the 1858 Garnett House Hotel, Sherri Brake and Haunted Heartland Tours, Darla Moore of Darla Tours, April Slaughter, Haunted Atchison Kansas, Kari Bergen and Ephemera Obscura, Albert Kelchner and Haunted Willow Creek Farm, and Rosemary Ellen Guiley! Visit BigSeance.com for more info. In this episode: Intro :00 I had so much fun at Haunted America Conference this year! :43 Pouring the tea. 1:58 Mike and Wendy, members of the band Sunspot and co-hosts of the See You On the Other Side Podcast, which can be found at OtherSidePodcast.com. You can find more of their music at SunspotUniverse.com. Also on Facebook and @SunspotMusic & @OtherSideTalk on Twitter. 2:12 A portion of a LIVE performance of I Was a Teenage Zombie by Sunspot 5:50 Lisa Taylor-Horton of American Hauntings Haunted History, Books, Tours & Events - Facebook 6:40 Cody Beck is the producer and co-host (along with Troy Taylor) of the American Hauntings Podcast - AmericanHauntingsPodcast.com 8:45 Troy Taylor of American Hauntings Haunted History, Books, Tours & Events Facebook/Twitter 11:32 Jennifer Jones and The Dead History - Facebook/Twitter 14:44 Sheila and Melanie from Missouri State Penitentiary - Visit MissouriPenTours.com - Facebook 17:06 Sarah Soderlund (aka Paranormal Sarah) can be found at SarahSoderlund.com or by contacting her at TheParanormalSarah@gmail.com 19:10 Luke Naliborski is the owner of I Had That in Belleville, Illinois. He also leads tours at Alton Hauntings. Facebook 24:20 Rob Garcia from the 1858 Garnett House Hotel - 1858hotel.com - Facebook/Twitter 26:53 Sherri Brake of Haunted Heartland Tours - HauntedHistory.net - Facebook/Twitter 29:27 Darla Moore of Darla Tours - DarlaTours.net - Facebook 32:35 April Slaughter - Author of Reaching Beyond the Veil and Disconnected from Death - AprilSlaughter.com - Facebook/Twitter 35:48 Maria Miller of Haunted Aitchison, Kansas - VisitAtchison.com 37:22 Kari Bergen and Ephemera Obscura - EphemeraObscura.com - Facebook 38:30 Albert Kelchner of Haunted Willow Creek Farm - Facebook - Contact Albert at HauntedWillowCreekFarm@Yahoo.com for more information or a visit. 41:12 Rosemary Ellen Guiley on Strange and Weird Experiences, Black Mirror Scrying, Dumb Suppers as a remembrance ritual - VisionaryLiving.com and VisionaryLivingPublishing.com - Facebook/Twitter 53:17 Patrick’s Final Thoughts! 57:20 A special THANK YOU to Patreon supporters at the Super Paranerd and Parlor Guest level! 58:22 Outro 59:10 Record your voice feedback directly from your device on my SpeakPipe page! Call the show at (775) 583-5563 (or 7755-TELL-ME). I would love to include your voice feedback in a future show. Visit BigSéance.com for more information. Please help The Big Séance Podcast by subscribing to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn Radio, Stitcher, Google Play Music, and iHeart Radio.Read more »
Rated 5 out of
Great Content and Atmosphere!
I stumbled upon this podcast via Jim Harold's Campfire Facebook page when Patrick commented on my t-shirt photo that I posted there. I listened to an episode and was immediately hooked! First, Patrick is an excellent host who does his homework before his interviews. Second, he provides an atmosphere that makes you feel like you're in a Victorian home with candles lit and Ouija boards out! His audio files are original, complete with eerie music, the wind, creaking wood, and the obligatory pouring of the tea as you enter the parlor. It makes you want to dim your room and light your own candles as you get ready to listen. I also find it inspiring for my own spooky podcast someday. Keep up the great work, Patrick!
Baker City, OR
Date published: 2017-08-01