Paranormal Pop Culture Update – April 3, 2015

Paranormal Pop Culture Update – April 3, 2015

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Premiering on TV this Week

The first season of Olympus tells the story of how a few brave men and women banished the Gods to the realm of unconscious – a place they called the Underworld or the Kingdom of Hades. The drama/fantasy series follows the protagonist, Hero (Tom York), as he seeks the truth about his past; which may be intertwined with the Gods themselves. Olympus premiered on the Syfy Network on April 2nd. Check out the trailer below!

Out on DVD

Out of the Dark is a horror move starring Julia Stiles as Sarah Harriman. Sarah and her family relocated from London to a small town in Colombia to take over her father’s business. But Sarah and her husband, Paul, soon learn of an ancient legend that haunts the town and has created a culture where ghosts have become the answer to anything that goes wrong. As they settle into their new surroundings, their daughter Hannah begins to act strangely, wandering off into the jungle as if following something, and suddenly falls ill. When Sarah and Paul begin to see disfigured ghost-like creatures around the house Hannah disappears, sending them on a frantic search to find her. As they delve deeper into the town’s superstitions they discover a shocking secret about their family and must uncover the truth in order to save their daughter. Out of the Dark was out on DVD March 31st.

Books in Publication this Week

The 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award for Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror is The Gemini Effect. A single raindrop opens a Pandora’s box when the spawn of perverse genetic research performed during World War II is unleashed on an unsuspecting modern world. By dawn, only a dead city remains, eerily quiet and still, except for mutant beasts that hide from the light, multiply, and await the shadows of night to continue their relentless advance. Ordered to investigate the unfolding crisis, biowarfare specialist Carolyn Ridenour barely escapes the creatures’ nocturnal onslaught, saved in the nick of time by Colonel Garrett Hoffman, who lost hundreds of his troops to a swarm that neither bombs nor bullets can stop. As Carolyn and Garrett race to stop the plague, a battered and broken government prepares to release the fury of America’s nuclear arsenal on its own soil and its own citizens. The Gemini Effect was written by first-time author Chuck Grossart, and was in publication as of April 1st.

Image courtesy of 47North

Image courtesy of 47North

The Event of the Week!

Simply Paranormal is hosting a Ghost Hunt at Bodmin Jail, in Cornwall on Saturday, April 4th. More than 55 executions took place at Bodmin Jail. During renovations in 2005, the Execution Pit was discovered, and has been restored to full working order. Paranormal phenomena has been reported at the jail; including voices being heard, visitors seeing shadows, and even being touched and pushed. This overnight Ghost Hunt includes a history tour, vigils and séances with a Medium in small groups, and experiments with Ouija Board, Glass Divination, and Table Tipping. Many visitors and investigators flee after entering the condemned cells, refusing to re-enter. Are you brave enough to undertake a lone vigil? Purchase your tickets now, on www.simplyparanormal.com.

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Be sure to listen to the pop culture update during the Paranormal Galaxy Radio show with Alan Cox and Sherrie Wilkolaski every Thursday at 5 PM EST.

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