May 8, 2020

You know what I'm talkin' 'bout.

Get your copy of Where the Footprints End Volume 1 right here.

eBook is in the formatting process... that'll be along shortly!

March 18, 2020

Well, here I am—delivering some of the best personal news of the last year during one of the worst periods we've seen globally in the past 50 years. But life and the paranormal go on, I suppose.

At any rate, Timothy Renner and I are very pleased to announce that the f...

August 3, 2019

I'm very pleased to announce another speaking appearance! I'll be joining my dear friends from the Conspirinormal podcast for their inaugural STRANGE REALITIES 2019 conference. (If you don't listen to their show, please do so. It's a great crew of well-read folks). 

B...

June 26, 2019

Synchronicities, like dreams, matter little to anyone beyond the experiencer. That’s a caveat. While I’m awestruck by the exchange in this post, I am sure it will feel insignificant to the reader. If you’re inclined to dismiss personal encounters, tap out now.

Musicians...

May 14, 2019

Another quick note—anyone in Baltimore should drop by FortFest this year. The lineup is absolutely fantastic, and Tim Renner and I will be joining forces once more to provide a preview of Where the Footprints End. In addition to the two of us, check out these other spe...

March 12, 2019

BOOM! Another convention appearance: ConCarolinas 2019!

And this time it's in my folks' backyard in Charlotte, North Carolina. I grew up on the banks of Lake Norman—which, despite a genuine UFO flap during the building of McGuire Nuclear Station in 1965, is no longer...

February 10, 2019

I'm very pleased to let everyone know that I'll be speaking at the inaugural X-Filers United! Conference in beautiful Warwick, Rhode Island this April 26-28. The lineup looks absolutely fantastic, and I'm proud to be a part of it. I'll finally get to meet some well-res...

January 19, 2019

Hi all.

Things've been quiet around here lately, huh? Well, it's been busy over in meatspace. As some of you are aware, my wife and I are expecting twins soon. How soon? No idea. But... soon? So there's a lot of planning and prepping and worrying going on in that sector...

November 3, 2018

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The Problematic Politics Pertaining to Popularizing Paranormal Positions

With apologies to Laura Krantz

As mysteries become mainstream, has the Fortean community lost control of the historical narrative of anomalous research?

Having more than a pa...

September 14, 2018

 Could you measure the tidal flow of Sydney's harbour mouth in your kitchen sink? With the right (expensive) equipment, you could potentially measure the Moon's impact on gravity influencing a tiny rise in your water and then blow those numbers up to an estimated volum...

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