Sam Baltrusis has lived what some may call, a haunted life. From a very young age, Sam realized that he had the gift of being able to hear and sometimes see the other side. Ghosts, spirits and the undead were just another part of everyday life for Sam. Then one night after giving a historical performance in Salem, Sam found himself closer to the spirit world than he ever thought possible. Sam discovered that he had taken on the attachment of an angry spirit, who nearly killed him. This is the haunted story of Sam Baltrusis and his experiences with the dead. PART 2 - AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY - LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss:
What does it feel like for Sam when a spirit conveys information from the dead to the living?
What kind of dark entity branded the number 8 on Sam’s chest?
What happened when Sam was giving a performance about a murder victim in Salem late one night?
When Sam realize something was “attached” to him and how long was it there?
How did Sam find a way to remove the “attached” spirit to him?
Is there anything Sam does now to defend himself from spiritual attachments?
Did Sam experience a “possession”, or was it something else?
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"Spooky Southcoast" recorded live February 11, 2017. We're joined by author Sam Baltrusis to talk about his work researching ghost stories and legends of New England locations like Salem and Boston. We also discuss his upcoming Provincetown Paracon.
Join your host, Alex Matsuo, as she talks to author and journalist, Sam Baltrusis, about the ghostly haunts and tales of historic Boston, MA. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and one of the hottest spots for paranormal activity. Join Alex as she talks to Sam about the most active spots in Boston, why the city is so haunted, and why the residual hauntings are still as active as ever, hundreds of years later.
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Journalist Sam Baltrusis, author of "Ghosts of Boston: Haunts of the Hub," freelances for various publications including Boston Spirit magazine and is the new editor of Scout Magazines in Somerville and Cambridge. He teaches writing and journalism classes at the Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE). As a side gig, he moonlights as a tour guide with Haunted Boston and produced Harvard Square's Cambridge Haunts ghost tour, highlighting the city's historical haunts. In the past, he's worked for VH1, MTV.com, Newsweek, WHDH.com, ABC Radio and as a regional stringer for The New York Times. Currently living in Somerville's Davis Square, Baltrusis shares a home with a mischievous, female spirit with an affinity for sharp objects. He jokingly calls her “Scissor Sister.” His second book, "Ghosts of Cambridge: Haunts of Harvard Square and Beyond," is hitting shelves in 2013.
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