In this episode of Paranormal Underground Radio, we talk with Michael White, Investigator, Black Wolf Paranormal in Poulsbo, WA, and author of The Paranormal Investigator Handbook: A Beginner’s Guide. Michael is a retired 21-year veteran from the US Navy. His interest in the paranormal began at the age of 7, and he has had a lifetime of personal paranormal experiences. With an insatiable curiosity for unexplained phenomenon, he actively pursues situations that will provide personal experiences or further his knowledge. Michael’s hobbies include cooking, multimedia creation, writing, and reading fiction and non-fiction. His interests are wide ranging, and he has studied many books regarding world religions, parapsychology, abnormal psychology, UFO Phenomena, and numerous diverse subjects. With eclectic tastes, his favorite authors include Jane Austin, Edgar Alan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Phillipa Gregory, William Golding, Isha, Nietzche, Steven King, Dean Koontz, Stefan Molyneux, and Konstantinos.
On April 2, 2012, Michael released his book, The Paranormal Investigator Handbook: A Beginner’s Guide, which is a procedural manual for conducting paranormal investigations and is written for the novice who either wants to join an existing investigative team or start one. This book neither confirms nor denies the existence of ghosts, spirits, or other paranormal entities; it simply describes, in easy to understand terms, how to document, and in some cases, debunk reports of paranormal activity.
Air Date: August 9, 2012
Topic: Paranormal Experiences, Paranormal Theory, Paranormal Investigation
Guest: Michael White
Host: Rick Hale
Producer: Cheryl Knight