Dr. Kenneth L. Feder is a professor or archaeology at CCSU and the author of several books including Frauds, Myths and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology. He recently chatted with us about archaeology, hoaxes, pseudosciences and more.
Ray Garton, award-winning horror author who wrote "In A Dark Place," the "true" story of "The Haunting in Connecticut," talks about his experiences writing that book as well as previews his latest novel, "Bestial," a werewolf tale coming out on April 1.
Marc D’Antonio is a photo and video analyst for MUFON [Mutual UFO Network] as well as president for FX Models in Terryville. He has also appeared on the Discovery Channel's "UFOs Over Earth," and lectures at MUFON conferences around the country.
Donald Carter is author of Connecticut's Seaside Ghosts and investigator/historian of the New England Paranormal Video Research Group [NEPVRG]. He is currently working on a new book, Ghost Towns of Connecticut, which is due out in summer 2009.