Interview with author Nicole Strickland, host of The Afterlife Chronicles and founder/director of the San Diego Paranormal Research Society.

As one of the leading paranormal researchers on the West Coast, Nicole is a sought-after speaker at paranormal conferences and events who has appeared in a variety of paranormal TV and film productions including My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera and the Travel Channel’s Ghost Stories. She is also an expert on the haunting of the RMS Queen Mary and a prolific author of books about ghosts and hauntings which include San Diego’s Most HauntedField Guide to Southern California HauntingsRMS Queen Mary: Voices from Her Voyages and many others.

The Afterlife Chronicles is an extension of Nicole’s book, The Afterlife Chronicles: Exploring the Connection between Life, Death and Beyond. The hour-long show examines various concepts relative to the afterlife, such as near-death encounters (NDEs), collective consciousness, spirit guides, grief and loss, etc.  In an educating and inspiring style, guests from differing backgrounds share their amazing experiences with the spirit world and beyond. The show elaborates on the inherent messages and everlasting impacts these encounters have had on individuals, groups and the world at large.  Through in-depth discussions with her guests, Nicole aspires to help people view the spirit world and beyond in positive, healing ways. The show also occasionally branches out to explore other supernatural categories such as cryptids/cryptozoology, ufology and hauntings, etc.

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