Episode 050: The Haunted Bay - The Haunt - Part 2

Tue Jan 24 2017 (55:46)

Finally, after a long week wait here is part two of The Haunt on Uncontained. In this episode, we wrap up my conversation with the cast and crew of The Haunted bay. If you have not listened to part one of this interview please go back and catch up. The Haunted Bay is a show that wants to disprove, as much as prove, that ghosts are out there. It all started when a group of media students began their journey into the world of the paranormal to find the answers to these questions: Is San Francisco really one of the most haunted places in the United States? What are paranormal investigations really like? The Haunted Bay explores local ghost stories, documents paranormal investigations, and interviews mediums and parapsychologists. “We dig up long forgotten history through paranormal phenomena. We visit famous haunted sites, but we are also discovering that the local mom and pop store, the corner bar, the theater down the street might also be haunted. Ghosts may be all around us...” Links: youtube.com/thehauntedbay facebook.com/thehauntedbay https://twitter.com/thehauntedbay @thehauntedbay instagram.com/thehauntedbay Bios: Ying Liu is the producer and director of the paranormal documentary web series, The Haunted Bay. She grew up listening to ghost stories, but really grew more interested in the question of whether there are ghosts and the afterlife after the passing of her mother. Taking a video production course at a community college allowed her to begin her search for answers. In addition to being a producer, she is also an actor in theater, films, and medical training programs and works as a college outreach coordinator. Matthew Abaya Writer / Director A graduate of San Francisco State University's Asian American Studies Department, Matthew Abaya is a writer, director and visual effects artist whose work has been seen in award winning music videos and short films. His first feature length motion picture VAMPARIAH (2016) uses cultural influences and the horror/sci-fi genera as a vehicle to discuss race and identity. He currently teaches a Digital Arts class for at risk high school students in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also lends his talents on the Haunted Bay web series, where he helps document the work of real ghost hunters. . Movie Links: vampariah.com https://www.facebook.com/Vampariah/?fref=ts https://twitter.com/Vampariah Personal Links: https://www.facebook.com/matthewabayafilmmaker https://twitter.com/HazMadt https://www.instagram.com/idontcareproductio Cody Kulka Photographer/Videographer/Adventurer I own a small business where I walk and care for dogs in the east bay. It's my primary source of funds for college and my film projects. When not working I'm probably up in the mountains looking at trees. Instagram: lilkulka June Ahern recently retired as a psychic/medium after forty years, but continues with her Life Coaching practice, teaching and writing books. She still enjoys her psychic talents by being a part of The Haunted Bay, San Francisco and Beyond Paranormal Investigations as seen on youtube.com. She has authored four books: novels, The Skye in June and City of Redemption, a consumer’s guide, The Timeless Counselor: The Best Guide to a Psychic Reading and a paranormal non-fiction How to Talk with Spirits: Séances, Mediums, Ghost Hunts and two screenplays. Her consumer’s guide previously titled A Professional Psychic Reading as Alternative Counseling was the number one seller by an unknown author at the 1991 New York Whole Life Expo where she was a featured speaker. Upon popular demand, June is finishing the sequel to The Skye in June. To learn more about Ms. Ahern please see www.juneahern.com and www.sfcoaching.com. Blog: http://witchgoddesses.blogspot.com/ Websites: http://www.juneahern.com http://www.sfcoaching.com Facebook: The Skye in June novel: http://facebook.com/juneahernbooks Twitter: https://twitter.com/psychicbook