The Ghostly Hour is live on the KCOR Digital Radio Network Sunday at 2 PM PST | 5 EST.
Through my show I want to help people understand more about the paranormal field and teach them the difference between normal and paranormal. I would like to teach everyone about the types of spirits both good and bad. I also want to encourage both skeptics and believers alike to join in the talks and express their opinions.
I'll also be talking about my experiences both personal and investigations and also talk about famous ghost sightings, photos, videos, stories and other investigations that have made the news and newspapers and some TV programs that have appeared over the years.
If you need help, regardless of the paranormal activity you are experiencing, give me a call at the Network or even send me a private message. I would love a chance to talk with you and see if my many years of paranormal experience could in someway help with whatever you may be dealing with or going through.
The Ghostly Hour a hauntingly great time if you have an hour to kill. Sunday afternoon 2 PM PST | 5 PM EST exclusively on the KCOR Digital Radio Network.
Hello everyone, my name is David Cook, I'm from a county called Essex in the UK. I got into the paranormal field quite young, I guess you could say I inheritted it from my parents and through their teachings, understood more about the things I was experiencing at the time. My earliest experience was when I was about 6 and I told my mum that she was not my first mum but I still loved her. Sadly neither me or my mum can remember the name I told her.
Into my teen years I found myself sensing, seeing and hearing more from the spirit world and telling people things I should not know about them. When I get asked how I knew things I always say I get shown pictures, hear words and sense things then try to put them into a way that the person would understand. That is where my passion for the paranormal really took off.
I set up a group a few years ago called Essex Ghost Investigations after I was receiving calls from people asking me if I could go investigate their houses to see if there was anything there or not. I never charge anything for my investigations as I feel if I did I would be doing this for all the wrong reasons. It's called a gift for a reason and feel like I should use this gift to help others that need it.
Back in 2007 when myself (Michael) and a friend (Steve) decided to write a sitcom based around a brother and sister who inherit an unwanted family business. The name Take the Cake came from an original draft of that idea and soon became the foundation of a production company that would go on to produce online comedy and showcase up and coming talent from across the North West.
Morbid was the first project to be written for Take the Cake and was soon to be filed away in an attic for 10 years until it was then ready to be produced. Since then, Take the Cake, has been working hard at producing online comedy and working with some great performers.
Scariest Places was to become the companies first major project that would really put the production companies name out to a wide audience. The show was a spoof of the hit tv series Most Haunted and followed the lives of Annette Pielding and Merrick Alora. Each episode received a whopping 5,000 hits on youtube.
Scariest Places came to an end in mid 2015 and that lead to a two part follow up series in 2016 called Merrick Alora's Ghost Towns.
Since then Take the Cake has received a great fanbase with people from all over the world watching and engaging in our content.
But 2017 is proving to be a very exciting time for everyone at Take the Cake as we work hard on producing the show that created this comedy production company. We went back to the drawing board and began working on Morbid an independent sitcom based in a funeral directors. A show idea that has spent a century in the attic has finally come to fruition.