As we now find ourselves standing on the very precipice of the biggest show milestones to date, we can’t think of a better guest to have on to ruminate show number 499. This week Jim welcomes back a long-time show friend, fellow paranormal podcast guy, and all-around fan of the unusual and strange; Jim Harold.
Jim began “… in 2005, Jim created The Paranormal Podcast. After over a decade of working on the business side of media, Jim decided it was time to dust off his broadcast training and step back behind the mic. A lifelong interest in the paranormal, combined with his love of broadcasting and technology, have resulted in some of the most successful podcasts of their type to date. Jim has worked in the radio, business to business media, and technology industries. Jim Harold is among a handful of pioneers of the medium. His programs have stood the test of time and The Paranormal Podcast and Campfire remain among the most popular in the genre. Jim has developed a loyal following that spans the globe. He has also become a published author with his Campfire series. The first book was originally published by traditional publisher New Page Books, and since then Jim has taken the books independent. All five books are available in eBook and paperback.”
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