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Mike Huberty

Mike grew up with Allison Jornlin for a sister, so you know things got weird. They shared an interest for the paranormal and regularly raided their small town library for every book in their collection on ghosts, UFOs, and the Loch Ness Monster. In addition to his haunted history tour company, American Ghost Walks, which features tours in six Midwestern cities, Mike has been performing with his band Sunspot for over 20 years touring the country and writing rock anthems that blend the uncanny and fantastic with universal experience. 
 

Mike is a co-host on See You On The Other Side podcast, a show that features interviews and discussions of pop culture and paranormal themes. It also features a brand new original Sunspot song every week about the paranormal topic they’re discussing. The show might find them investigating a haunted theater, interviewing an author about occult connections to famous artists, or conducting a psychic experiment with their audience. It’s a rock n’ roll expedition into the unknown. Whether it’s live onstage or in your earbuds, Mike is all about finding the fun in folklore and harnessing haunted history to create a powerful paranormal entertainment experience.

Mike shares some nectar from the goblet of rock!

Mike shares some nectar from the goblet of rock!

A wall of names recognize the more than 1,000 servicemen whose final resting place is the USS Arizona, which still remains untouched below the memorial.

A wall of names recognize the more than 1,000 servicemen whose final resting place is the USS Arizona, which still remains untouched below the memorial.

When Mike comes to Hawaii, he is most looking forward to visiting the haunted Kaimuki House, the USS Arizona Memorial, the Terence McKenna compound, a friction’ volcano, and anywhere he can follow in the footsteps of Tom Selleck!

Oil from the wrecked ship still bubbles up from below. Some visitors believe they've seen the faces of deceased servicemen in the oil slicks.

Oil from the wrecked ship still bubbles up from below. Some visitors believe they've seen the faces of deceased servicemen in the oil slicks.




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Discussing the New Republic review of Annie Jacobsen's new book, Phenomena. Get more paranormal in your inbox http://www.othersidepodcast.com/subscribe

Only Mike can incorporate Aleister Crowley into a love song! This is the Sunspot's "Stardust" inspired by the fact that we are all made of the same stuff as the stars.