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Top 10 Tuesday: Favorite YouTube Channels

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It’s been a hot minute since I shared a Top 10 Tuesday post, and even longer since I posted some of my recommended YouTube channels! So, for today’s blog, I’ve got for your a list of ten YouTube channels that I really think you should check out. Go give them and look, and if you think you’d be interested in that content, subscribe and share! 

These are in no particular order, and if you don’t see your own, or your favorite channel, please don’t be offended! These are just the channels that I’ve been watching a lot of recently, or channels that are fairly new and haven’t been featured in any of my past YouTube recommendation lists. However, I’m always looking for new channels to subscribe to and share, both here and on Theresa’s Haunted History Facebook page. Join me over there, or submit in the comments below any channels that YOU recommend, especially those channels featuring investigations/cases/hauntings here in West Virginia. But without further ado…

1. SRI-Huntington: Come join me and the rest of the Spectral Research and Investigation team as we investigate the most haunted locations in southern West Virginia and beyond! Our videographer, Kaysee, has done an amazing job putting together interviews and investigation footage to create some awesome documentary-style videos of our investigations! Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE for more behind-the-scenes footage, live investigations, and much more. Additional content being uploaded regularly!

2. West Virginia Paranormal Investigations: The WVPI team’s web series, Forgotten Relics, is an awesome look at the hauntings behind many popular haunted locations, especially throughout the Mountain State. Check out their channel for videos on some of MY favorite locations, such as the Haunted Haymond House in Sutton, WV and the Old Hospital on College Hill in Williamson, WV.

3. Jordan Cline-Fireside Paranormal Podcast: Brian and I were honored to be guests on the Fireside Paranormal Podcast several months back! You can find our episode, as well as Jordan’s archive of past Fireside Paranormal and Whispers Radio episodes on YouTube. This is a great show, with lots of guests and topics dealing with a variety of paranormal topics, many with a West Virginia element to them.

4. Wild and Weird WV: The Wild and Weird Crew, featuring Joe Perdue and Ron Lanham, have begun uploading episodes of their awesome podcast, Wild and Weird Radio, to their YouTube channel, along with plenty  of other videos featuring strange and spooky happenings in and around West Virginia. Lots of great information on local cryptid and UFO reports, including ‘debunking’ where applicable, are included. Go check ‘em out to help keep updated on all the cool projects they have going on throughout the year. 

5. Amber’s ParaWorld: I just recently stumbled upon Amber’s channel through another channel I had been watching, and was thrilled to see that she was located VERY close to me, here in West Virginia. Go check out her channel for investigations into haunted locations, interviews (such as with the awesome Les O’Dell of WV CASE) and much more. 

6. This Uncanny Earth Official: I’ve been listening to This Uncanny Earth podcast for a LOOOONG time now, and it’s always been one of my favorites. Lots of West Virginia based stories/locations are featured, but seriously, they talk about anything weird and…uncanny. It’s a great show, and they’re in the process of loading up the new YouTube channel with content, so follow along! 

7. From the Asherz: From the Asherz is the YouTube home to Ashley Hilt’s podcast, On Wednesdays We Talk Weird. Ashley his a Fortean researcher based in Ohio. I got to see her Mothman talk in January at the Hidden Marietta Paranormal Expo, and didn’t even realize that it was her podcast that I had been occasionally listening to! It’s hilarious and informative, and if you like all things strange and spooky, you’ll love it. 

8. Jared Tracey-Pasadena Paranormal: This is a channel I discovered purely by accident one evening flipping through Twitter. I joined in on a live talk and was impressed with how community-oriented Jared is. He always encourages his chat participants on any live shows to share their own channels and subscribe to each other to help each other grow. Plus, we have very similar ideas, theories, and methodologies when it comes to paranormal investigation. 

9. Small Town Monsters: If you’re not already subscribed to the Small Town Monsters channel, stop what you’re doing and go do it now! This channel is the home of SOOO MUCH GOOD STUFF. There are original documentaries, web series, podcasts (including The Lore You Know with Heather Moser!) and so much more to explore. 

10. Alex Matsuo: Alex Matsuo of the Association of Paranormal Study, talks about The Spooky Stuff on this channel, such as her haunted dolls, celebrity haunted houses, whether or not there are ‘experts’ in this field, and many more fascinating and fun topics. Go subscribe!


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