Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans

   

Alyne Pustanio is recognized as one of the foremost authorities in the supernatural and occult, and in the field of paranormal research. She is an expert in the folklore, legends and haunted history of her hometown of New Orleans.

She is the author of “Haunting Tales of Old New Orleans, Vol. One: History, Legends, and Lore”, “Risks Incidental: Supernatural Dangers of Paranormal Exploration” and “Purloined Stories and Early Tales of Old New Orleans”.

Alyne’s work in the occult and paranormal fields is the natural result of a lifetime of exposure to the supernatural and unexplained. A survivor of supernatural attacks and Demonic hauntings, Alyne is especially focused on raising awareness in the paranormal community about the supernatural dangers inherent in the field of paranormal exploration.

Please welcome to the show – Alyne Pustanio

Alyne is also the host of her own radio talk show, “The Supernatural Substation,” which airs Friday nights, 9 Central / 10 Eastern, on the United Public Radio Network.

Alyne’s website can be found here:

You can find Alyne’s amazing books here:

Music on this episode
Intro: “Easy Thing” from the EP, ‘Same Kind of Woman’ by Katy Rae    
Outro: “Brain on Snacks” from the EP, ‘Same Kind of Woman’ by Katy Rae     
https://katyrea.bandcamp.com

 

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Occult America

   

Mitch Horowitz was raised in a world of Bigfoot stories, UFO sightings, and Carlos Castaneda books. He grew determined to find the truth behind it all – and today Mitch is a PEN Award-winning historian and the author of Occult America and One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life. Mitch has written on everything from the war on witches to the secret life of Ronald Reagan for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Politico, and Salon. He has discussed esoteric spirituality and little-known history on CBS Sunday Morning, Dateline NBC, NPR’s All Things Considered, and other national shows. Mitch is vice-president and editor-in-chief at Tarcher/Penguin, the division of Penguin books dedicated to metaphysical literature. He is also the voice of popular audio books including The Jefferson Bible and Alcoholics Anonymous. Please welcome to the show – Mitch Horowitz

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Some of Mitch’s amazing books can be bought here:



Music intro: ​​
“Oleana” by Tom Van Stockum​​
Music outro: ​​​”​Long for the Days​” ​by Tom Van Stockum
https://tomvanstockum.com

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