Mar 18, 2019
Join celebrity paranormal investigator, Bridget Marquardt, as she explores the hauntings, orbs and mysteries of Manson, murder and suicide epicenter Benedict Canyon with her special guest Scott Michaels (Owner/Operator of "Dearly Departed Tour and Artifact Museum") and features expert Lisa Morton’s “Ghost Report.”
Bridget, star of E!’s “The Girls Next Door” and The Travel Channel’s “Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches” is embarking on a search for signs of the afterlife at some of the world’s most iconic haunted historical locations. A self-described “Ghost Magnet” she interviews others who’ve also been the catalyst for ghostly sightings, spectral contacts and poltergeist activity. When, where, and how did they realize they had this spiritual magnetism? What’s it like living with the specters of the dead? Bridget investigates all this and more in her weekly podcast!
Bridget Marquardt Bio
Bridget Marquardt is best-known to television audiences and pop-culture connoisseurs as the sweet and brainy star of E! Networks’ wildly popular reality show “The Girls Next Door.” After moving out of the Playboy mansion in January 2009, Marquardt began hosting “Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches,” a sixteen-episode series on The Travel Channel in which she traveled the globe searching for the world’s best surf, sand, and sun in countries including Croatia, Jamaica, Thailand, Spain, Australia, and the United States. Marquardt recently designed a signature line of watches for famed jeweler Pascal Mouawad, and is currently working on a pilot for a new reality series based on her entrepreneurial pursuits and post-mansion adventures.
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About SCOTT MICHAELS
Dearly Departed Tours’ founder Scott Michaels is the authority on the Dark Side of Hollywood. His Dearly Departed Tour is a multimedia Hollywood bus tour like no other. Explore cases like Manson, Janis, Whitney and Michael, and lesser-known celebrities with even more spectacular exits. Tours include see the final resting places of Marilyn, Natalie, Farrah and more. Peppered with crime scene photographs and audio clips (including 911 calls), the tour has earned its consistent 5-star ratings. His Artifact Museum is also a must see for Ghost Magnet fans.
Lisa Morton is a screenwriter, author, anthologist, and the editor of the acclaimed Ghosts: A Haunted History. She is a six-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award, a recipient of the Black Quill Award, and winner of the 2012 Grand Prize from the Halloween Book Festival. A lifelong Californian, she lives in North Hills, California, and can be found online at www.lisamorton.com <http://www.lisamorton.com/>.
Her new book “Ghost Stories: Classic Tales of Horror and Suspense” with acclaimed horror anthologists Leslie S. Klinger will be released in April 2, 2019 by Pegasus Books.