California's Creepiest Ghost Story: Barry Conrad on The San Pedro Haunting
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California's Creepiest Ghost Story: Barry Conrad on The San Pedro Haunting

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Original Air-Date: March 6, 2016

Barry Conrad: film-maker and ghost-hunter extraordinaire. Few men have ventured where he has ventured, and even fewer have come back with any supporting evidence. Mainly known for the TV shows, “California's Most Haunted (2003)”, “Monsters of the UFO (2005),” and, “Valentino's Ghost (2012),” Barry commenced his broadcast career with Nick Clooney (George Clooney's father) in Ohio back in the Seventies. His credits span countless titles as cameraman, director-of-photography, and producer, including several feature documentaries under the banner of his own BARCON VIDEO PRODUCTIONS.

What we really came to sink our teeth into, however, is the notorious San Pedro Haunting: surely one of his most well-known paranormal cases to date, Barry has also written a book about said haunting, under the title of, “An Unknown Encounter: A True Account Of The San Pedro Haunting.” This popular case focuses on the haunting of Jackie Hernandez, which began during the Summer of 1989, in a peaceful neighbourhood of San Pedro, California. We also talk to Barry about various aspects of paranormal film-making (e.g. the difficulties concerning recording equipment), as well as other paranormal cases he has featured in his productions.

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