Fort De Soto Fort De Soto Park 3500 Pinellas Pinellas Bayway South, Tierra Verde, Fl 33715, southwest corner Mullet Key, Pinellas County Video: Historic Timeline Tampa Bay area • Tocobaga Indians occupied area from approximatelyA.D. 1,000 to A.D. 1,500  • One of first noted visitors Ponce de Leon, who anchored ship off island and scraped barnacles from vessel in 1513. Expedition withstood attack by Timucuan Indians; […]

Notes: • Special thank you to Tiny, Marlena, J.S. & Brad of No Nonsense Paranormal for their gracious invite! • Thank you to the Graves family for allowing their amazing property to be shared & explored. • This was one for the records, folks. Caught me way off guard. I was blown away by this […]

Video: This investigation was pretty neat. I use 3 controversial devices in this video: the Panasonic RR-DR60, my Lear Radio Geobox, and the humor of comedian Jeff Bodart. I explain the what’s-up and true with the first 2. And Jeff? Well, his mother loves him dearly. I also kick the ITC Ethics Compass straight in […]

Video: • The intro of the video is a quote from Moby Dick. I’ve often romanticized the obsession with hunting the unknown much like Captain Ahab’s drive to pursue the infamous White Whale. If you don’t get that then just Call me Ishmael. Here is the quote: Towards thee I roll, thou all-destroying but unconquering […]

I own several ghost boxes, all of which I think have their own personalities. Typically I say that to denote the uniqueness in how they sound — except for one, my Andre’s Ghost Box crafted from timbers salvaged from the Emmitt House catastrophe. My friend Jeff Fent loved that place. As an act of endearment […]