Tuesday, 29 July 2008

Interview on City Talk FM

I will be appearing on the Roy Basnett show on Thursday the 31st of July 2008 sometime between 2 am and 6 am (don't worry, it'll be pre-recorded earlier that day) discussing 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool.

The show will be available online at
for 7 days after the broadcast.

Thursday, 24 July 2008

Paranormal Magazine #27 out now

Issue #27 of the newly re-launch Paranormal Magazine arrives in shops across the UK tomorrow featuring A Ghoulish Guide to Haunted Liverpool by John Reppion.

Also in this issue, The South Sheilds Poltergeist, Tunguska - The Russian Roswell, Giant Octopuses, Exorcism in the UK, The Power of Voodoo and more.

Featuring articles from the likes of Lionel and Patricia Fanthorp, Nick Redfern, Karl Shuker and Richard Holland.

The magazine costs £3.99 and is available in W H Smith stores and all good newsagents.

Monday, 14 July 2008

Listen to John's interview on BBC Radio Merseyside

I'm very happy to report that my interview on BBC Radio Merseyside went very well and that Andy Ball was a very nice chap to chat to.

If you missed it, you can "Listen Again" to today's Sean Styles show at
The show will be online for 7 days and my interview is one and a half hours in.

Alternately, you can listen to the interview using the embedded player below.

Friday, 11 July 2008

Interview on BBC Radio Merseyside

I will be appearing on the Sean Styles show (presented by Andy Ball while Sean is away) on Monday the 14th of July 2008 sometime after 11 am, discussing 800 Years of haunted Liverpool.

Tuesday, 8 July 2008

One man's account of the launch now online

The author (left) and Ryan Alexander.

Saturday's launch at the Unity Theatre went extremely well - we sold out completely on the night and I'm happy to report that those who attended seemed very pleased with their purchases and with the evening in general. It was all a bit of a blur for me having never done a book launch before but, as you've probably guessed, I remain pretty happy with the results.

Luckily, one man who has a better recollection of the event is Mr. Padraig OMealoid who has posted a short report on his LiveJournal which can be read HERE.

Hopefully, there will be more reports to follow.

Thanks again to everyone who attended the launch and pre-ordered a copy of the book. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on 800 Years of Haunted Liverpool.