Warren, Clear Channel Radio Host, in Key West, FL to investigate Robert!
Joshua P. Warren, pictured left, Clear Channel Radio Host and internationally recognized expert on paranormal research, was in Key West Fl. investigating the infamous Robert the Doll at the Fort East Martello Museum.
Claudia Pennington, CEO of the Key West Art and Historical Society, is pictured right of Robert.
Warren's web page will be updated daily via video blog on his paranormal study of Robert the Doll, www.joshuapwarren.com. Warren has hosted a weekly paranormal program, Speaking of Strange, airing Saturday nights on North Carolina’s News Radio 570 WWNC, since 2005.
Born in Asheville, North Carolina, Joshua P. Warren has lived in the Blue Ridge Mountains his entire life. At the age of 13, he wrote his first published book. Warren has had nine more books published, including Haunted Asheville, and How to Hunt Ghosts (released by Simon and Schuster), and is the president of his multimedia productions company, Shadowbox Enterprises, LLC. His articles have been published internationally.
And he has been covered by such mainstream media as CNN, Fox News, Southern Living, Delta Sky, FATE, New Woman, The New York Times, FHM and Something About the Author; and made the cover of the science journal, Electric Space Craft. A winner of the University of North Carolina Thomas Wolfe Award for Fiction, he wrote columns for the Asheville Citizen-Times from 1992 to 1995. His first novel, The Evil in Asheville, was released in 2000.
An internationally-recognized expert on paranormal research, Warren was hired by the famous Grove Park Inn Resort to be the first person to officially investigate the Pink Lady apparition in 1995 (the same year he founded L.E.M.U.R. paranormal investigations, of which he is president). Warren also led the expedition that captured the first known footage of the elusive Brown Mountain Lights, eventually resulting in scientific breakthroughs, via experiments Warren led in the lab, that help explain most of the lights and many mysterious, natural plasmas (such as ball lightning) that occur around the world. His work has been praised by the Rhine Research Center, The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (or NCCAT, for which he gives annual presentations) and numerous scholars such as New York Times best-selling author Dr. William R. Forstchen, Dr. William Roll, Dr. Andrew Nichols, and legendary researchers such as NASA engineer Charles A. Yost, Oak Ridge National Laboratory engineer David Hackett, and authors/researchers Loren Coleman and Patrick Huyghe.
Warren has appeared on the History Channel, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, Sci-Fi, and numerous networks affiliates of NPR, ABC, NBC, and CBS. He is frequently asked to be a guest on radio shows around the world, especially Coast to Coast AM with George Noory/Art Bell. Warren is also an international award-winning filmmaker (including Hollywood.com's Top Underground Filmmaker of 1998), having worked on many sets, such as Warner Brother's My Fellow Americans, Universal's Patch Adams, Paradise Falls, Inbred Rednecks, Songcatcher, and Sinkhole.
Warren works as a radio host for Clear Channel, the largest radio corporation in the world, primarily discussing politics on Take A Stand with Matt Mittan, the #1 talk show in its region. And since January, 2005, he has hosted a weekly paranormal program, Speaking of Strange, airing Saturday nights on News Radio 570 WWNC. It's rated no. 1 in the region Saturday nights, reaching up to four states and streaming live worldwide on the internet.
Warren has a notoriously busy schedule, and a seemingly unprecedented variety of ambitious projects. For example, in one year alone, 2004, his book How to Hunt Ghosts was released in Portuguese in Brazil; his one-man documentary Alone in A Haunted House was released nationally and, within one month, became the all-time best-selling documentary for its distributor; his research/experiments made the cover of a science journal for the first time; he began work as a professional radio host; produced a national paranormal conference; traveled the country and the Bermuda Triangle/Bahamas on major research expeditions, such as studying "Death Touch" martial artists in Chicago; and wrote, produced, directed, shot, and edited a feature film on a $1000 budget. Each year, he usually leads a public expedition to amazing paranormal sites around the world. For more information visit www.ParanormalExpeditions.com. or www.BermudaTriangleBase.com