In Conversation at the SPR

Whilst waiting for Dr Callum Cooper’s lecture on telephone messages from the dead to begin, an unplanned conversation is recorded in the library of the Society for Psychical Research in London.


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Intervewed by Ersilia Pompilio

I recently had the pleasure of being intervewed by Ersilia Pompilio of Nurses and Hypochrondriacs. Click on the image for access to the recording. It is a long interview of more than an hour, so sit back and enjoy.

 

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On the Odd. My interview with Mark Jeacoma

Here is a recording my my interview with Mark Jeacoma of the radio station ‘On the Odd’ in Long Island, New York. Its  a long interview that lasts for one hour and twelve minutes, so settle down, make yourself comfortable and let the interview explain a lot about spirit possession and how I came to work in this field of human experience. Click anywhere in the image below for access to the recording.

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Talk Radio – Advance notice for another interview

After being interviewed on four radio channels in the USA, we have been invited to speak about the Science of Spirit Possession on a UK radio channel. Scheduled for 10:20 on the morning of Sunday 18th March with Howard Hughes as host. I understand this to be a talk show, so come along and take part.



 

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Advance Notice for Next Radio Interview

My next interview is scheduled for 17th January with Michael Vara on Late Night Midland radio. That’s 02:30 in the morning of the 18th for  UK listeners. Click on the image for information. I’ll be talking about human spirits who remain earthbound in hospitals where they died, and how they can attach to the living. This is something that all hospital health-care professionals need to be aware of.  Happy listening.

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Coast 2 Coast Radio Interview

I had the privilege to be invited for a second interview with Dave Schrader on the Coast 2 Coast radio network in the United States on the evening of 16th December 2017 (07:00 17th December UK time). Click on the image below to access the recording. Listeners are required to register with the radio station for access to show recordings, etc.

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