Spotlight – Jim Harold

America’s most popular paranormal podcaster is Jim Harold. He has a life long love affair with the strange, the supernatural and the unexplained. His free podcasts The Paranormal Podcast, and Jim Harold’s Campfire are regularly among the top podcasts in their categories on iTunes, often outranking programs from mainstream media publishers.

Jim is an author with four books to his credit. He has collected stories from his years of podcasting and presents them in a fun readable format that everyone can enjoy. Whether you read just one or binge you are sure to have a great time reading his books. Jim has a talent for getting to the heart of a story. They are reported by his callers, who are ordinary people just like you and me. Reading Jim’s books give you that cozy feeling feeling of being around a campfire. Cozy in the sense you are not living the nightmares some of callers have had.  Each story is captivating and one-off a kind.

Jim lives in Northeastern Ohio with his fantastic wife and two daughters.

Jim on FaceBook
Jim’s Free podcasts
Jim’s Paranormal plus club

This Week’s Podcast:

Tune in to the podcast this Thursday to hear Jim Harold tell us several great stories from his new book, True Ghost Stories: Jim Harold’s Campfire 4. Also, learn about the cat that makes no sense and Jim’s views on 1934 witches dialect. It is a show that can’t be missed.

You can listen to this podcast this Thursday (10/29) at Ron’s Amazing Stories, download it from iTunes, stream it on TuneIn Radio or listen on your radio Friday night at 8pm Eastern time. Check your local listing or find the station closest to you at this link.

The Calendar:

October 01: The classic retelling of, “The Thing on the Fourble Board”
October 08: The Mysterious Travels Episode
October 15: The Horror Express #9
October 22: Ghost Stories with Sylvia Shults
October 29: Old Time Horror with Jim Harold

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