Ghosts. Spirits. Apparitions. Call them what you want but they are not safe from Ghost Hunter Bill Hartley.
Starting Sunday, September 1st, either are the airwaves as Maryland's own KHZTV Radio Network will be premiering Haunted Whispers with Ghost Hunter Bill Hartley.
As the lead investigator of the Greater Maryland Paranormal Society, Hartley has overseen 100s of paranormal investigations and plans on bringing his love of all things paranormal to this unique radio program.
"The format will include conversations with fellow paranormal investigators, where the talk will be on how they investigate and investigations that they have been on. The next week it could be someone who believes in demons or franks boxes. Sometimes the talk will linger on the latest trends in the paranormal field or the newest TV show or movie about ghosts. I want to do a show where anyone who has been touched in some way by the paranormal can have a voice and share what happened to them," Hartley explained.
The KHZTV.com programming targets an adult audience with a high energy mix of 40 years of Top 40 tunes, music videos, hot new virals and entertainment news..a 2013 version of the original MTV. The audio is played on local radio stations 810 WYRE in Annapolis/Baltimore, 970 WAMD in Harford County and 1460 WKHZ in Easton.
"At KHZTV we believe in having unique programming to go along with the music our audience loves. After having Bill Hartley on the air for an interview, we realized that there is a huge audience that loves all things paranormal. His show will be entertaining and engaging and we are excited to have him as part of the KHZTV family," General Manager Tracy Hart explained.
Airing on Sundays from 12 - 1pm, Haunted Whispers can be heard on 810am, 970am and 1460am or online at www.khztv.com.
"It really does mean a lot to me that KHZTV is giving me the chance to spread awareness to others that there are things that people experience and keep to themself because many don't believe in ghosts or the paranormal. There really is no other show in the area where people will be able to call in and talk about what they are dealing with. And being someone who has had a lifetime of dealing with things that I could not explain, to have this chance to help others really is a dream come true," Hartley said.