A companion to our weekly New England Legends podcast, Campfireside Chats is an interview format with the people who explore, investigate, experience, and tell the legends of New England.
Strange New England with Michael Girard
In Episode 4 of Campfireside Chats, Ray Auger speaks with researcher and blogger Michael Girard who runs the Web site Strange New England. Michael discuss his methodology and some of his favorite New England legends and lore.
New England Folklore with Peter Muise
In Episode 3 of Campfireside Chats, Jeff Belanger talks to author and folklorist Peter Muise about the elements of a great legend. What do we hear that makes us want to get up out of our seat and go check out story for ourselves? We talk pukwudgies, witches, ghosts, and pigmen, oh my!
New England Nightmares with Keven McQueen
In Episode 2 of Campfireside Chats, Jeff Belanger talks to author Keven McQueen about his latest book New England Nightmares: True Tales of the Strange and Gothic. Culled from decades of newspaper headlines, we discuss the strange, the paranormal, and the just plain odd stories that have come out of America's northeastern region over the centuries.
The New England Ghost Project with Ron Kolek
In Episode 1 of Campfireside Chats, Jeff Belanger talks to Ron Kolek of The New England Ghost Project about his work in the paranormal, and his latest book, More Ghost Chronicles: Stories from the Realm of the Unknown, the Unexplained, and the Unbelievable.
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Great to hear the stories behind the research that goes into our New England legends!!
A Great Addendum to the New England Legends Podcast!
In these 30-40 minutes segments Jeff Belanger sits down with some of the people who have taken up the task of preserving these legends whether it be through books, blogs, or radio and tv shows. The interviews are entertaining and reflect why so many people find these folklore and legends both fun and fascinating!