You could read the show notes from The Malliard Report’s many recorded podcasts as lots of people do but you’d be shortchanging yourself. For the best of what the show has to offer you really need to listen to the recorded shows as increasing numbers of people are doing. You’ll get more information, more details and just more of everything you want to know.
Jim explores the back story, the hidden story, the things others host’s are afraid to touch. The Malliard Report brings it all to you. Full bore. Jim says Bring it on, bring it on, nothin’ we can’t handle.
There’s the show and then there’s the show notes which give brief details for those on the run who really don’t have time to listen. But again, you are short changing yourself if you only read the show notes. Just listen to a few shows and you’ll be convinced that the show is your best bet
What are you waiting for? The show notes are good but listening to the recorded live shows is even better. Set aside some time and pick a show. Gather your friends, have a listening party, ask questions, come up with your own theories, and share them on an upcoming show. Take a few minutes and I’m sure once you listen to a few shows you’ll want to join our growing audience of dedicated and committed fans. We have the information that you’ve always wanted to know. We ask the questions others are afraid to ask and get the answers others are afraid to say. We are The Maillard Report. Listen today.
Original Show Notes
“Just be who you are.” Russ Stiver
My Thoughts, Russ of Collective is a repeater on the show. Hes been on Twice before and is booked again. Hes a great freind of mine and the show. But above all that hes a great guy.
Please go like his page, his team and Hill View.
Hill View Manor
Collective Paranormal Research Society
“Jim once again was on point with every topic discussed, there was never a silent moment during the interview. I always love coming on the show and catching up with Jim. It’s almost as if I’m meeting a friend for coffee. Insightful, knowledgeable, and compassionate, humble yet hardworking, Jim continues to deliver a breath of fresh air to the internet radio scene.”