Nicole Strickland – The Haunted Queen of the Sea
Nicole Strickland joins us to discuss her research of one of the most haunted locations in the world, the RMS Queen Mary. She will also discuss some of her most compelling paranormal case studies, including personal encounters and the objective data she has collected.
One of the leading paranormal researchers on the West Coast, Nicole Strickland is the founder/director of the San Diego Paranormal Research Society and California Coordinator to the Ghost Research Society and American Spectral Society, both based out of the Chicago area. She holds a B.A. in Media Arts and Journalism from the University of Arizona and an M.S. in Educational Counseling from National University.
An avid lover of history and writing, she has written several books, including three popular sellers about the legendary RMS Queen Mary. Nicole also serves as a correspondent and writer to Paranormal Underground Magazine and has been interviewed for various newspaper and magazine articles. With her passion, knowledge and unique ability to tell stories, Nicole is continually invited to speak at well-known conferences, business events and libraries.
Nicole has been featured in a myriad of media outlets. Television and film credits include Good Morning San Diego, San Diego Living, KPBS Evening Edition, Channel 8 Evening Edition, My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera, Ghost Stories, Famously Afraid, Paranormal Journeys, All Around Us and Ghosts Across America II. In addition to appearing on numerous internet and terrestrial-based radio shows, Nicole works as executive producer for Haunted Voices Radio. She recently debuted her Afterlife Chronicles and Beyond Radio Show on October 8, 2020, which was selected by “Feedspot” as one of the top 25 programs on the afterlife.
The Afterlife Chronicles: Exploring the Connection Between Life, Death and Beyond (coming soon)
Women in Paranormal book project (coming soon)
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