May 16, 2013 by
David Marsh is out tonight, but Saul will be joined by Sally Richards who comes to continue the conversation from her previous broadcast. Tonight we’re going to talk about some of the more dangerous and frightening aspects of connecting with spirits including the volatile spirits of suicide victims. These may be some of the most terrifying tales you’ve heard yet. Catch the broadcast live at 8:30 PM Central Time and call in with your comments and questions. Each show is recorded so if you miss it you can hear the podcast. Click the radio below to listen.
News of the weird
These stories of the strange odd and unusual provided by Steve Busti at the Museum of the Weird.
More about Sally Richards
Sally Richards has been published more than 4,000 times throughout the world on subjects having to do with technology, media trends, investment, startups, romance, empowering women in the workforce, job search, hiring, firing, parenting, health, sports, death, grief, life after death, spirituality, equal opportunity employment, sexual harassment, animal care, empowering girls to study science and technology and other subjects too numerous to list. Sally was once a restaurant review critic for Knight-Ridder and a career columnist for two employment syndications including Brass Ring. She loves finding out more about life and uses her work to meet and interview some of the most interesting people in the world. She worked as a journalist for pubs such as Newsweek, InformationWeek, Writer’s Digest, Script Magazine and Condé Nast’s Bride’s. The daughter of two engineers, she was born and raised (except for that five-year-stint in Hawaii when her father was in Vietnam) in Silicon Valley. She’d seen companies come and go. She had a soldering gun in one hand and was programming with her other by the time she was 12-years-old. Technology has always been her great love. While working her way through college, she was employed in the journalism industry while also helping to create technology patents for Silicon Valley law firms. Sally attended UCLA, the Polytechnic of Central London and Northeastern University before completing her journalism studies at Stanford University.
This photo was taken during a red light séance, in which the room is not darkened but illuminated with red light, which does not affect our night vision.
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