October 28, 2011

Bill Matteson Live Sunday on WLIP 1050 AM On Your Dial

Bill Matteson
Uptown Chicago History Correspondent

One of my "hobbies" is collecting stories of American folklore, cryptozoology, hauntings, and paranormal occurrences. As Professor Bill, I have appeared on a local Comcast cable show called Psychobabble TV, and several Radio programs.

I hope you tune in on Sunday night, Oct 30th. I'll be on the Mothership Connection with Dobie Maxwell from 10:20 to 11:PM. I am going to give the "real facts" of the Hounds of the Baskervilles, which was based on a true story. Also, I will talk about my experience in a real haunted house in Southern Illinois, and also about an American werewolf-like creatures in Native American folk lore.Plus, I'll share an authentic, documented story of the Vampire of Croglin Grange.

Streaming live on the internet or 1050 AM on your radio dial (Radio Kenosha, what can I tell you).

The Mothership Connection — AM 1050 WLIP

Prof Bill


old guy said...

Hey Bill I really enjoyed listening to your radio interview especially your recounting the origins of "the hound of the baskerville's" story.
It made think of a story my grandmother told me. Her parents had a butcher shop here in the late 1800"s and that her father kept three great danes in their back yard to help get rid of the scraps. My gandmother would say those dogs were "purt near" seven feet tall on their hind legs and nearly heavy as a man. One day the police were chasing two guys and one of them kicked open the back gate and ran head on into the three dogs. he was lucky my great grandfather was right there and called of the dogs but not lucky in that he was cornerd for the police. My grandmother would laugh and say the only things hurt was the man's pride and underwear.

bill Matteson said...

Old guy
Thanks for listening and thanks for posting you comment, feed back is always appreciated.


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