My name is Marc Hoover. I write a column for The Clermont Sun about the paranormal, true crime and life's other oddities. My podcast will cover stories from my column. Please visit me on Facebook (www.facebook.com/themarcabe) and Twitter (https://twitter.com/themarcabe). My podcast is bi-weekly, but there may be periods when I publish weekly. Note** If you would like to sponsor my podcast and column, please consider making either a one time donation through Paypal or becoming a Patreon subscriber where you will have access to exclusive podcast episodes and have a chance to read my columns early. Please visit my donation page for more information: http://www.themarcabe.com/donations.html
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