Friday, July 31, 2009


It's been a while since I've actually uploaded a page to the blog, so here you all go, a little eye candy for the upcoming weekend!

More to come!

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Desoto Theatre, Rome, Georgia

The Desoto Theatre was at one time the pride and joy of not only Rome Georgia or the entire southern east coast...but of the country itself! Built by O.C. Lam almost a hundred years ago this beautiful theatre served as a "talkie" and then a live stage through its existence. It still stands as a part of Rome's historic district.

Alongside Chris and Berry of Southern Paranormal Investigators, I headed up a team consisting of several of the Rome-Tribune's finest to explore this supposedly haunted locale. Thanks to Jason, one of the theatre's associates, we were given a guided tour of some of the darker history the Desoto had to offer, including the tragic death of a little girl named Ruby, who at age eight was struck by a car just outside the theatre, brought into the theatre, and died with her eyes still open...watching a movie that was still playing inside!

Besides the belief that Ruby's ghost still lingers amongst the rows of stadium seating, is the belief that a more aggressive maleviolent spectre stalks the back hallways. We went in with a clear head, as most investigators should, but besides the usual shadow figure or unexplained sound...we had no real substantial experience (at least as far as I was concerned). Berry however, being a father himself, did experience what he believes was Ruby trying to get his attention on several occassions.

This exploration marks the first ever paranormal investigation of the Desoto Theatre, with the hopes that we'll be allowed to come back. Right now the guys of SPi are reviewing the hours of IR footage and sound bites. I'll keep you in touch with any evidence that emerges!

I'd like to personally thank the management staff of the Desoto Theatre for their cooperation and generosity of allowing us to investigate their beautiful structure, as well as thanking Chris and Berry, who are in my opinion, two of the most professional, scientific and fantastic investigators I've had the pleasure of working with. I hope to work with them again in the future!

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Chieftain Museum, Rome, Georgia

Got back just a little while ago from the first paranormal investigation for the Rome Tribune. We investigated the Chieftain Museum, a little historical house with some fantastic historical artifacts varying from native American memorabilia to murder weapons of Civil War officers.

The investigation was filmed by the Rome Tribune and featured myself along with two investigators of Southern Paranormal Investigators (SPi), Chris and Berry. The guys were great to work with and we all shared similar techniques and ideologies of investigating the paranormal.

Our ghost hunt began at around 8pm and lasted til close to midnight. While we would have preferred a longer investigation we had a limited time there. We did collect a lot of data via IR camera and voice recorders, so we have our hands full for the next couple of days. SPi had investigated the place before and the coordinator of the museum shared a lot of interesting history with us. All of this will be revealed via the Rome Tribune's website, due out in September.

Nothing really especially exciting happened tonight, but I felt that the Cheiftain Museum didn't really house anything too extreme in the haunting department, but, tomorrow, the boys of SPi and I will investigate the Desoto Theatre! MORE TO COME!

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Road to Rome

My good friend Alex Scarborough, a journalist for the Rome News-Tribune in Rome, Georgia has invited me to the small northern Georgia town to conduct an investigation of two historic buildings, the Desoto Theater and the Chieftains Museum. Both investigations will be recorded for online multi-media functions for the Tribune's website as well as a featured interview with yours truly for their newspaper.

Also joining me on the investigation will be a team of paranormal investigators based in the area. It's a great opportunity to branch out and work with other investigators, as well as promote Flagler's Few and possibly if I'm upcoming TV show. :-P

Stay tune, I travel to Rome on Monday, July 20th and will be investigating the buildings on Tuesday and Wednesday. I'll post some videos for your viewing pleasure as well.

For now, back to my investigation in West Chester, PA.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Psychics in the Paranormal

As a paranormal investigator facts matter to me. I feel that without scientific basis it will forever be impossible to gain credibility and approval from the masses on the workings of the paranormal world and the possibility of the after life. Most paranormal investigators use nothing but scientifically proven techniques to verify and confirm their findings. However, seeing as the paranormal itself is unproven, why is it we can't seek other techniques to find our answers?

I have to be vague when talking on this, but today I finished an investigation working with mediums rather then fellow paranormal investigators. I can't say much more then that right now, but what I can say is that despite my scientific background in the supernatural I was intrigued by what the psychics found.

Psychics get a bad wrap. Most of the time it's justified. In my experience a "psychic" is a dime a dozen. Every street you turn down you can find a palm reader, a fortune teller, a psychic or a medium selling their skills at high prices. Other times you find people who claim to have psychic abilities but fall short on providing the goods.

However, in my opinion, it might be that true psychics do exist in one way or another and that hopefully someday paranormal investigators and psychics alike can cooperate together in helping clients and families find peace in dealing with haunting and other paranormal incidents. While I am still far from being a true believer, I think there might be something to be said for their techniques.

Friday, July 10, 2009

Apologies for lack of updates...

Sorry guys for the lack of updates. I've been engaged in some new business as of late, but I promise to upload something very soon! Don't worry though, I brought my pages with me to work on while I'm traveling on business.

So just a minor hick up, expect some new developments soon.

Book still on schedule!

Friday, July 3, 2009

Guest on Strange Frequencies Radio

On July 5th, I'll be a guest on Bobby Nelson's and Jason Korbus's paranormal talk show, Strange Frequencies Radio. We'll be discussing the latest about Flagler's Few. I'll also be revealing something BIG that's happening on the horizon so you'll definitely want to tune into this mid-day talk show!

The show starts at 3pm (est), but I won't be on til the second hour at 4pm. But, make sure you tune in for the before and after interviews as these guys are sure to put on a stellar show!

See you there! You won't want to miss it!

Also forgot to mention, check out the paranormal share site, Paranormal Portal for the write up about Flagler's Few. I give a rather long quote. Thanks to Angela of S.O.S. Tidewater for the opportunity!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Flagler's Few UNITE!

Book One is nearing completion (art-wise anyways) and I'll be releasing the novel as soon as I can.

A lot has been going on in my world and I'm happy to say that while it will mean a lot more responsibility and focus, it doesn't mean that my art time will suffer! In fact, the latest developments in my life actually are going to be helping me spend more time on my paranormal and storytelling endeavors and I hope that you all will be sticking around to see what I have set on the horizon!

So here's a little taste of Katherine Kasenow's book cover designs for Flagler's Few books one and two. Her designs of the characters are a little bit more fluid and stream-lined then mine, but I think that it will compliment my work very well!

More yet to come, and I'll be revealing my "BIGGER PROJECT" on July 8th. You're thinking: "What could be bigger then the completion of his first graphic novel?" Well, I'll tell you what's bigger on that date. So don't phase out on me just yet!