Jason M. Colwell is very happy to welcome fellow Para-X-Network show host The Rev. Tim Shaw! In this episode we discuss Tim’s newest book, The Dogma of… Me.
The religion of Spiritualism can be traced back in Tim’s family to the late 1800?s. He is an Ordained Minister, Psychic Medium, Reiki, Spirityalist, and Energy Healer as well as Paranormal Investigator.
Tim also enjoys Backwoods Primitive Trekking, Flintknapping, and Urban Explorering. He is also a skilled Traditional Leatherworker, and also enjoyes Historical Re-Enacting, and Writing.
Rev. Shaw is the host of the acclaimed Internet Radio Show Black Cat Lounge, heard each Thursday at 8PM EST on the Para-X -Radio Network.
Tim has co-authored with folklorist Mason Winfield, Rob Lockhart, and John Koerner ~ “Haunted Rochester” which is available through Barnes & Nobles as well as Amazon. His book entitled “The Ghosts of Buffalo; Spirits, Murder And Mayhem In The Nickel City” has been released by Schiffer Books and is also available through Amazon. Tim has contributed a chapter in Marla Brooks wonderful book “Animal Spells And Magick”.
Tim Shaw’s writings have appeared in such magazines as TAPS Para Magazine, Haunted Times,The Fort Niagara Journal, Light Bridges, The Courier, Civil War Gazette, Wilderness Way, The Camp Chase Gazette, Military Images, On The Trail, as well as many others.
Tim has also been featured on The SyFy Channel’s Ghost Hunters (The Well of Horror), The Discovery Channel’s Ghost Lab (The Betrayal/Fort Niagara), CBS Radio (The Wake Up Call, By The Soul, For The Soul, and The Psychics Next Door), Paranormal NY, Half Yard ProductionsGhost Ops (Fort Mifflin/William Howe), and Core Productions Doctumentery John Zaffis, The World Within.
Producing LIVE Internet Radio and Podcasts is a hobby that Rev. Tim really enjoys.
Tim is a professional psychic reader however he devotes much of his time participating in fundraisers and charity events.
Tim’s personal website is theblackcatlounge.net, he may also be contacted via the following:
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Contact Marc Tetlow: 413-478-4150