Paranormal News Live! This week’s paranormal news: Ancient Mars City, Bigfoot Endangered, Britain’s Roswell. [Read more…]
I was featured today in the The Monitor, the biggest newspaper in the Rio Grande Valley! Really sums up how I got started and how I feel about the paranormal. Check out the full article.
Check out this behind the scenes picture from my Welcome 2 Austin shoot for their Fall issue! I am being featured as both a local paranormal investigator and social media star. My photo shoot also features Thekla McCarty (Ms Austin) and Tori Garcia (Ms. Austin Teen) rocking Dead Explorer t-shirts. The shoot took place at the 1885 Old Gonzales County Jail, one of my favorite haunted locations. I’ll make sure to share the issue when it premieres this Fall.
I had a great time as a guest on the Poop Culture Podcast. Lots of laughs with great conversation about the paranormal, ghost hunting, and 360 video. [Read more…]
I’m going to try to sound cool when I go on “Close to Death” powered by FEAR Paranormal Society and hosted by Selena Roane tonight! (No promises though.)
I am proud to announce my new short run radio show “The Real Deal with Alejandro Dominguez” will premiere tonight on LiveParanormal.com. The Real Deal is about genuine conversations with researchers and personalities in the paranormal field. No viewpoint or topic is off limits. Rather listeners are given an opportunity to hear different opinions and decide for themselves what is real.
The Real Deal is a short run show that will air only this spring on the third Monday of every month at 10pm EST / 7 PST.
I sat down with the folks at Fox 7 Austin news last night and talked about the paranormal, evidence, and skeptics. You can check out the full interview here at the Fox 7 site. Thank you to Fox 7 Austin for the invitation!
As a University of Texas Alumnus, I am seriously geeking out about being in the The Daily Texan today! Read the article on The Daily Texan website! Hook’ Em!
This weekend I was in Baltimore at OuijaCon for the 125th anniversary of the Ouija Board. The event is organized by the Talking Board Historical Society and Robert Murch, the foremost expert on the Ouija Board. I was there to help my friend and filmmaker Sommer Carter on her documentary about spirit boards. She is well under way in making an awesome movie and I am honored that I got a chance to help her. When she releases the movie (officially titled “Yes, No, Goodbye”) I’ll make to share details with Dead Explorer fans. In the meantime, I wrote a full length article about OuijaCon exclusively for Dead Explorer Newsletter subscribers.