I have another interview coming up, this time on Spirit Radio out of Portsmouth, NH, on WSCA 106.1. I will be talking live in the studio with Willy Hassell and Lynne Nickerson, from 10:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Their show's URL is:
Willy and Lynne used to run a community access TV show about the paranormal in Haverhill, Mass.--Mathew Franklin Whittier's hometown. Portsmouth is the hometown of Benjamin Pennhallow Shillaber, creator of the "Mrs. Partington" character and editor of the Boston "Carpet-Bag." Mathew and Shillaber were personal friends, and collaborated on some of the books that Shillaber published. In particular, Mathew wrote the faux biography of "Mrs. Partington" opening "The Life and Sayings of Mrs. Partington," which first appeared in a free newspaper called "The Pathfinder," and then was reprinted both in the "Carpet-Bag," and finally in book form. Shillaber listed himself as the editor of that publication, though Mathew--as was his habit--remained anonymous.
I've already had a chance to speak via Skye with Willy and Lynne for a bit. This one should be pretty interesting, since there seems to be quite a bit of synchronicity around it.
Stephen Sakellarios, M.S.