Sunday night at 8 pm Eastern, Dead Air welcomes the hosts of two of the most popular shows on "Dead Air: Full Spectrum" for an in-depth discussion of their show content and what makes Full Spectrum tick.
Joining us will be Cody DesBiens and Satori Hawes from "LIVE from the Haunted Museum" and Christopher Rondina and Ron Murphy from "Monday Night Monsters".
CODY RAY DESBIENS and SATORI HAWES are paranormal investigators / researchers with The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS), which was founded by Satori’s father (Jason Hawes) in 1990. After working together on a few TAPS cases, they found that they had a connection to each other like no other. Cody and Satori found that when they are together... and only together... it seems that they have the ability to open a door to intelligently communicate with the other side. What makes their communication different than psychics or mediums is that the intelligent communication can be heard by others too. This ability has enabled both of them to gain a better understanding of the other side, and to help bring messages to those who need it most. Cody and Satori are also the curators of “The Paranormal Couple’s Haunted Museum of Objects, Oddities, and Curiosities.” What started out as a few reportedly haunted items from clients, grew into a large collection of objects from around the world. As Cody and Satori’s names became more known to the public, their haunted collection began to expand. Today, “The Paranormal Couple” has dedicated their time and care to those in need, both living and dead. They are passionate about saving haunted objects from destruction, and helping those who feel the need to rid themselves of said pieces. Together, Cody and Satori are now bringing their collection on the road to educate and inform others about haunted objects, trigger objects, and the care / precautions that come with them.
Growing up in a small New England town, CHRISTOPHER RONDINA was endlessly fascinated by tales of ghosts, witches, and all the dark legends of the American Northeast. His passion is exploring the true origins and strange events which inspired these haunting stories, with the goal of discovering the genuine history behind the legends. If someone picks up one of his books and discovers a curious corner of haunted history they never knew about, he believes he's doing my job. If you love ghost stories, local legends, or just a good old-fashioned mystery, Christopher hopes you'll open one of his books or tunes into "Monday Night Monsters" to join him in his search for the unknown!
RON MURPHY, co-host of "Monday Night Monsters" has been investigating the stuff of nightmares for over 30 years. Investigating the things that go bump in the night and meticulously researching the historical and psychological context of myths and legends from around the world. Ron seeks to uncover the archetypal precedent for the monsters that haunt our collective thoughts. a prolific lecturer on cryptozoology and the folklore and mythology that comes to life through legendary tales about these mysterious beasts presents