#125 – Grimerica Talks Haunted Rock and Roll with Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne, author of Haunted Rock and Roll and America’s Haunted Universities is a journalist who currently works as a research writer at Penn State. It’s about time to get a little deeper into ghosts and hauntings.
Matt has worked as a reporter and as a music reviewer for several newspapers and online outlets, such as CentreDaily.com and Music.com. He is a regular contributor to the recently revitalized version of Omni Magazine, called Omni Reboot. He writes the Anti-Matter column, which looks at fringe science and the paranormal, for the online magazine. He has also worked on writing projects with Paranormal State’s Eilfie Music. Balancing skepticism with an open mind, Matt uses his experience in journalism and interest in both ghostlore and the paranormal to collect and tell stories about the supernatural.
We chat about synchronicities, and strange experiences in rock and roll and pop culture. And a little bit of quantum physics, OMNI, the 27 club and lot’s of other stuff. Maybe after this episode Matt will change his opinion on drum solo’s!
In the intro Darren and Graham chat about some upcoming events (modern knowledge, CSETI, and Randal Carlson) in Calgary and the surrounding area. See links below.
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