This time, however, a researcher and booker of guests has written to me with a specific request. The new show they're preparing at the SyFy Channel (formerly SciFi, you know) will be called School Spirits, and since Ohio has an abundance of haunted colleges and universities, she asked if I could find out if anyone with a true ghostly encounter would like to do an on-camera interview for the show, possibly even go back to the place on your school campus where you had your encounter with the camera crew to talk about it and recreate where you were when you saw the ghost (or heard the unexplained noises, or had any number of concrete experiences).
You don't have to be in college now; you just need to have had an encounter with the supernatural at a college or university. (It doesn't even have to have been in Ohio, in this case.)
Some people have already sent me great personal encounters, and I've included them on the appropriate pages within the website. If that's the case, please write to me again and remind me who you are (I leave most people anonymous unless they ask otherwise, and I've lost a lot of my back catalogue of saved e-mails. If you have one you'd like to tell me, please write the story down and send it to me ASAP.
I don't know what doing an interview for a show on a major cable network like SyFy will entail, but you can bet you'll be treated well. It's a very cool opportunity.
I've got a whole summer of exploring Ohio and adding to the website ahead of me, so I'm excited to get back to my previous rate of regular updates. You'll see one again soon. And really, if you had a ghostly encounter at your college or university, *please* send me a synopsis of the event, and I'll do my best to point you toward actually appearing on a real TV show, one you can watch and DVR and show to your friends. It sounds like fun to me, and it makes me wish I had seen a damn ghost by now. After all this time they're still hiding from me.
I am listening to:
Hilarious Weird Al songs