Microblog Monday – On the radio with Ghost Chronicles

First, apologies for any earworm caused by the post title, “On the radio.” Even after I added, “Ghost Chronicles,” Donna Summer refused to leave my brain. *grin*

Next, as promised last week, here’s the info about my guest appearance on the radio show, Ghost Chronicles Morning Edition. This is the blurb about the show –

Traci York joins Ron and the crew to discuss John Hammond the haunting at Hammond Castle. Traci was a guided at the castle for many years and adds her own personal insight into the conversation.

If you’ve never heard of Hammond Castle before, be sure to check out their official site (click HERE). If at all possible, plan to visit it in person. It’s truly an amazing, magical, and wonderfully haunted place.

Once you’ve finished reading about the castle, you can listen to the show at either of the following links –

Ghost Chronicles Morning Edition

Free on iTunes – click HERE.

Free on Toginet – click HERE, then scroll down to the episode “Monday 27th of June 2016 – Hammond Castle” to listen (FYI, the first 6 1/2 minutes are commercials).

Here’s one of my castle staff party pictures from 1984. Check out my Facebook photo album (click HERE) for more of my grainy shots.

Oh, and be sure to shout out in the comment section if you have any questions about my ghostly experiences. Thanks again to Roxie, Ron, and Lou for having me on the show – it was a blast!

Ghost Chronicles Staff party

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  1. That is so cool! It’s too bad that we’re only in Salem for a couple days, this looks like a great place to visit. Bryce loves haunted places, he’s always trying to get me to go to old abandoned asylums and stuff for midnight ghost tours. Which I sort of feel like is inviting things to come back with you and I really don’t need any more bad juju…so I say no. But a castle is a different vibe, right? So neat!

    1. The castle has a totally different, but just as spooky, vibe as those other places, Jess. You should totally plan another visit to MA, and stay in the Cape Ann area – tons of wonderful things to do, with the bonus of the castle. There are also simple steps you can take, regardless of your belief system, to prevent bad juju from following you home. Feel free to shout out if you’d like some suggestions, so you can hang with Bryce at haunted places worry-free. πŸ™‚

    1. LOL! Yep, Lori – I’ve had some awful earworms pop up because of certain posts, but I didn’t wish to inflict them upon my readers, This one, as infectious as it is, still made me smile. πŸ™‚

      It was a totally cool job, and I wish I lived closer, so I could apply again. Maybe someday…

  2. I am lucky that I don’t know that song because I am very susceptible to earworms. Though I am so excited about this post and podcast. I love haunted spaces, and Gloucester isn’t that far from Boston. Next time I’m up there, I want to go on a tour.

    1. Nope, it’s a pretty straight shot up 128 to get to Gloucester from Boston. You definitely should check it out! I’m hoping to get there myself sometime this summer – it’s been far too many years (I’m about the same distance away as Boston, but in a different direction).

    1. I’d love to visit the Winchester House someday, Stephanie – I’ve always thought it would be an amazing tour. Almost as cool as the castle – but, I might be a little biased. *grin*

    1. Salem is awesome too, and is only about 20 minutes or so from Gloucester (where the castle is located). Next time you’re back on this side of the pond, you’ll have to check it out! πŸ™‚

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