The Abc's Of Insurance Â Complementary Health SeriesÂ hosted by Lester J. Robinson FICF. Topics: Show 24: Paranormal in Western New York with Mason Winfield
Mason Winfield reviews the paranormal in Western New York, how events happen that are unexplainable, by normal people with unexplainable sightings of the paranormal. Also review the 4 books he wrote about, on this topic.
(PRWEB) February 23, 2005
Mason Winfield reviews the paranormal in Western New York, how events happen that are unexplainable, by normal people with unexplainable sightings of the paranormal. We also review his 4 books which are 1. Shadows of the Western Door, 2. Haunted Places of Western New York, 3. A GhosthunterÂs Journal 4. Spirits of the Great Hill that he has written. Mason Winfield reviews the variety of mystical and paranormal topics, including Celtic and Iroquois folklore, East AuroraÂs Roycroft community, Western New YorkÂs psychic and religious history and the general study of the paranormal.
The basic idea of an interactive TV show with using the Internet is to bring the next level of TV to Western New York now. Presently interactive shows are being test marketed around the country. The shows are set up for being a total interactive show once the technology becomes more available in Western New York. Once this happens ÂThe ABCÂs of InsuranceÂ will be one of the first shows in Western New York to be interactive. Right now the viewers have to get to their personal computer to get more information on the topics from the series. An interactive TV series, the viewers can get more information on the topic after the shows airs from the website.
For more information on the interview go to www. wnyinsurance-quote. com and click on the complementary.
The dates the programs will be aired will be on Niagara County LCTV channel 20 Tuesday at 8:30 pm, Thursday at 6:30 pm and Fridays at 2:00 pm, and in Erie County Adelphia Channel 20 the time is 10:35 pm Wednesday. On Wednesday March 2, in Erie and in Niagara County Thursday March 3 at 6:30 pm, Friday March 4 at 2:00 pm, and Tuesday March 8, 2005 at 8:30 pm.