Saturday, March 26, 2011

A Book and a Chat with Heather Woodward

Today is my 300th “A Book and a Chat” and is great to have a returning guest to share this special show.

Heather Woodward is an author, a clairvoyant, a psychometrist, a teacher and a radio personality. For over 15 years, she has performed psychic tarot sessions, life-coaching consultations, past life-regressions and natal chart readings.

When Heather was last on the show chatted about her book “Ghosts of Central Arizona", a book about her personal experiences in the some of the most haunted and supernatural locations in Sedona, Jerome, Cottonwood and surrounding areas.

Heather also has produced, edited and directed the paranormal documentary "Dead House" which regularly hits the “Top 20 Best Selling DVD Rank” on Amazon in the Supernatural category, as well as being often shown on television.

Over the years, Heather has been interviewed as a guest and performed psychic tarot readings on television, film, radio and print for her knowledge in the paranormal and psychic development. She teaches a practical psychic development class at Pima Community College.

Amongst the general discussion about the growth in the popularity of ghost hunting, the advances in equipment and perhaps some of the does and don’t related to paranormal investigation. We touched on some of Heathers own experiences, as well as a few of my own.

In her new book “Arizona’s Haunted Hotspots” heather goes into not only some of these locations, including the Birdcage Theatre in Tombstone as well as some of the history of supernatural investigation.

About Arizona’s Haunted Hotspots:

‘Take a ghostly road trip to some of the most haunted hotspots in Arizona. Tour the Birdcage Theatre in Tombstone and experience the disembodied footsteps of specter cowboys. Visit the Centennial Hall in Tucson and try not to get pushed down the stairs by its resident mischievous ghost. Witness the wonders of the magical Sedona vortexes, and learn the history behind the Spiritualism Movement and early paranormal investigators. Read about the Fox Sisters and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's spirit photography. From the spooky to the paranormal, there's something ‘‘supernatural’’ going on in Arizona. The book also includes a glossary of paranormal definitions and terms.’

From past life regression to psychometrist, where you get information from touching an object, including some of the drawbacks both in this and perhaps knowing what other people are going to say, all were discussed in this special 300th show.

So sit back and listen to today's interesting and entertaining show as I host "A Book and a Chat with Heather Woodward".

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