In 2018 I was lucky enough to meet Nick Groff and Katrina Weidman when they filmed an episode of Paranormal Lockdown in the UK.
I chatted to them about my EVP work and they were interested. Producer/cameraman Rob Saffi took a copy of my catalogue and said that they'd reach out to me and that I'd get a credit in the show - it didn't happen, but it was great to meet them all nonetheless!
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I have been lucky enough to have two articles published so far.
In 2019 I had a lengthy piece published in US magazine Paranormal Underground, and in 2020 I had the first of a serialisation of a second article published in Haunted Magazine. This second one exceeded the word count just a bit, and so it's appearing in several issues.
I was interviewed by Mr Dave Cable of Timequest Media for his latest book on the history of the prison at Shepton Mallet. He has kindly included the entire multi-page document, and I can't thank him enough. It is available from the prison at £30 a copy!
In 2018 I was interviewed for a short documentary film. The content was regarding HMP Shepton Mallet and how it is considered 'haunted', and the attitude of most people proposed developments.
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