Greetings EDGE readers:
Some of you have been asking about the speakers for our October 30 program. The group is called ORBS—Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits. The crew, 8 in all, investigate reported cases of haunting utilizing psychics and sophisticated equipment and drawing on the skills and knowledge of a number of talented investigators and religious people. They're home base is right here in Ohio, but their investigations take them throughout the country.
Members of the crew pictured here, left to right are Chris Page, founder; Amy Cobb, co-founder; and Karlo Kuzic, project manager.
The group has been together since 2007 investigating paranormal phenomena in both public buildings and private homes. Their media projects include the all-talk paranormal radio show, Forgotten Voices, and episodes of the Animal Planet series, The Haunted; the Biography Channel series, My Ghost Story and the History Channel 2 series, Haunted History.
If you really want to know what they're about check out their website at www.bandedspirits.com. You can spend hours exploring here, there's so much information.
Be sure to register to attend the October 30 program. Ask at any public service desk, call 440-250-5460 or click HERE to sign-up online.
Greetings EDGE readers:
As we move further into fall, our days are cooler and sunsets arriving sooner. The comfortable temperatures and beautiful fall foliage coax many of us outside for walking, hiking and biking.
That's the premise of "BRIEF GRISLYS", the new horror anthology selected and edited by John R. Mabry.
I was just thinking of my son singing a song in the car, and he heard “on my lawn” when the actual lyrics were, “all night long”. Of course, now I can’t remember the song! Anyhoo, that made me think of mondegreens.
There are a couple of pieces of big news for users of our Overdrive ebook services:
October is the perfect time to dive into the oeuvre of Roger Corman!
Popularly known as the "King of the B-Movie", his influence on modern American cinema is almost incalculable. For every quickie "exploitation" film he made, he also delivered well-respected art films or "message" pictures. In 2009, he was honored with an Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Greetings EDGE readers!
Here's the scoop on our October 30 program.
We will be having ORBS (Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits) here for a two hour program beginning at 6:30 pm. These are REAL GHOST HUNTERS who have been featured on the Animal Planet series, "The Haunted" and the Biography channel series, "My Ghost Story" , and on the History channel. They've investigated well over 300 cases of reported hauntings to date, including many that involve Ohio landmarks.
They'll be here sharing their findings and teaching us all how to conduct our own investigations. Don't miss this major program; it's a great way to get in the Halloween spirit.
Registration is required. Ask at any public service desk, call 440-250-5460, or click HERE to register on our events calendar.
I've just completed my orders for all the new holiday mysteries that are being published this season. Some titles have already arrived, some will be here shortly, but all should be listed in our catalog for you to place on Hold. Since the stores are already decorated and the Christmas countdown has begun, here are some books to get you in the spirit of the season.
There are many ways to lose a sporting contest, but one of the worst has to be a bad call by the officials. Is there any group in the wide world of sports that takes more abuse than these enforcers of the rules?
Maybe you've commented on occasion that you could do the job better than the professional officials. In case you want to follow through on that statement, here are some of the requirements and training necessary to become an official of a nationally recognized sport.
In the past couple of days we have seen some major changes in the content that we can get via Overdrive, our ebook and audiobook vendor. For quite a long time, we have been unable to offer ebooks by publishing house Penguin. As of yesterday, we now can acquire books from the Penguin catalog.
Just today came a second announcement, one that will be of particular interest to Kindle owners. For our existing Penguin books, Kindle owners could only download them via the USB cable. I will spare you the reasons why Penguin required this, but suffice to say, Overdrive and Penguin apparently have made up. So, in addition to the previous announcement, Overdrive has said that Penguin titles can be downloaded via wifi.