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On the Show — Bill and Jaci Kousoulas



Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
Jaci & Bill 08 08 21.jpgBill and Jaci Kousoulas Bill's life-long interest in the paranormal began in the late seventies with the original Project UFO series that aired on Sunday night television. In 2003, he was introduced to "The Mothman Prophecies" movie, and it truly changed his life. Since then, he has read nearly all of John Keel’s research, as well as the works of similar authors including Gray Barker and Andy Colvin. Since 2016, he and his wife Jaci have visited Point Pleasant regularly, and they have become friends with several area residents, including the late Carolin Harris, co-founder of the Mothman Festival. Bill holds a doctorate in psychology, with a focus on post-traumatic growth. He and Jaci are currently examining the correlations between paranormal experiences and post-traumatic growth. We reside in Northern Illinois.

Update! Jaci was not able to appear! Jaci Kousoulas worked as a United States Postmaster for over 23 years. Her professional expertise lies in data analytics, investigation, and research. Point Pleasant became a home away from home the very first time she and Bill visited there. The community and people of Point Pleasant remind her of her childhood, and what it was like to experience the unity of life in a small town. They have collaborated on the book "Bridging the Tragedy: Silver Linings in the Mysterious Ohio River Valley," to be released in September of 2022. She will be presenting at the 2022 Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant WV later that month.

Our guest cohost will be Tim Swartz.

Recording Date (including After The Paracast):
Wednesday, August 17 at 2:00 PM Pacific (5:00 PM Eastern)
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Broadcast and Streaming Date:
Sunday, August 21
 

Richard Hawkins

Paranormal Maven
Jaci & Bill 08 08 21.jpgBill and Jaci Kousoulas Bill's life-long interest in the paranormal began in the late seventies with the original Project UFO series that aired on Sunday night television. In 2003, he was introduced to "The Mothman Prophecies" movie, and it truly changed his life. Since then, he has read nearly all of John Keel’s research, as well as the works of similar authors including Gray Barker and Andy Colvin. Since 2016, he and his wife Jaci have visited Point Pleasant regularly, and they have become friends with several area residents, including the late Carolin Harris, co-founder of the Mothman Festival. Bill holds a doctorate in psychology, with a focus on post-traumatic growth. He and Jaci are currently examining the correlations between paranormal experiences and post-traumatic growth. We reside in Northern Illinois.

Jaci Kousoulas worked as a United States Postmaster for over 23 years. Her professional expertise lies in data analytics, investigation, and research. Point Pleasant became a home away from home the very first time she and Bill visited there. The community and people of Point Pleasant remind her of her childhood, and what it was like to experience the unity of life in a small town. They have collaborated on the book "Bridging the Tragedy: Silver Linings in the Mysterious Ohio River Valley," to be released in September of 2022. She will be presenting at the 2022 Mothman Festival in Point Pleasant WV later that month.

Our guest cohost will be Tim Swartz.

Recording Date (including After The Paracast):
Wednesday, August 17 at 2:00 PM Pacific (5:00 PM Eastern)
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Broadcast and Streaming Date:
Sunday, August 21
Hi Gene and Tim,can you ask them about the authors they have read and researched.
Could you ask them how many of the stories in John Keels and Gray Barker's books were based on fact,? And how many are conjecture and fantasy?
 
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