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Here And Back Again

There is no way to accurarely convey to you, dear reader, how much I have missed being able to blog here and be a part of this word, (queue the Little Mermaid music). I have long been way from the word that is more my home than the place I was born, and that world is the world of the haunted, the weird, the strange, and the, you guessed it, unexplained.

So much of my life is hell and far gone form what it was when I started this podcast. I won’t lie to you, I’ve been pretty crappy about keeping up on things. But now that things have finally settled, its time to get back to what I love and what I long to do.

Talking about all the strange and bizarre places that Utah has to offer.

To start with, in the next few weeks I will be uploading an interview I did almost a year ago with a group that is also based in the Northern Utah area. I will also be reaching back out to them to get an update as to how they are doing and what kind of Ghost Hunting goodies they have planed for this year.

After that we’ll be lounging into the new material, freshly mined from the depths of the Strange & Unexplained files. New locations, new stories, and history that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end.

Once we’ve gotten that back up and running, we’ll be launching into Strange & Unexplained: Chapter 2: Alaska. All the same facts and history you love, now with a frosty Alaskan twist. The two chapters will run simultaneously, with different episodes airing bi-weekly.

Now that we finally have a little staff back at work we can start putting out video episodes so that you can see what we see.

Finally, with the additional staff, we will start live-streaming some of our hunts and expeditions. Now, not only will your eyes take in all the sights that we see, but you’ll be able to view them live and unedited as we explore the world of the Strange & Unexplained together. Prepare yourselves for hair raising stories, wacky adventures, spooky locations, and out of this world histories.

I know it’s been a long time, and I know I say this a lot, but thank you for sticking it out with us and continuing to come back, time and again, to share in this crazy world with us.

With continuing love and affection

Jenn Bogle (Klink)

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