Science writer, outdoor adventurer, pilot and author Jeff Wise talks with us about his new book Extreme Fear: The Science of Your Mind in Danger, including busting a few myths about the subject and if there's more to fearing fear itself.
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.
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.