Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Suggested topics for interviews with Robin Pyatt Bellamy

Media Talking Points

Suggested topics for interviews with Robin Pyatt Bellamy

How did you get interested in paranormal research?

Throughout my life I've had “weird” things happen. Finding a group in Toronto that would allow me
to combine a love of research with the need to explain those weird things led me to make a career out
of both.

Do you believe in ghosts?

I don't disbelieve. I am what is known as a skeptic—I search for the truth without a mindset one way
or the other.

What's it like to be a “Ghostbuster”?

I'm not a ghostbuster! I'm a paranormal researcher. If I were to “bust” the ghosts, I'd have nothing to

What is white noise?

White noise is that light static you get on the radio or tv when there is no active signal where you are
tuned. Some believe this aids the spirit world in communicating with the living.

What is Cryptozoology?

Cryptozoology is the study of animals science has yet to fully discover and categorize. Bigfoot, Loch
Ness Monster, and the Mothman are examples of possible cryptozoological creatures. At one time, the
Giant Squid was thought to be imagined, but now it is recognized as a “real” creature.

What is the weirdest thing you've ever experienced?

Probably the most interesting for me (and weirdest for those not in this field) was a conversation with a
ghost. I was staying at the Lowe Hotel in 2005 and a man dressed as a riverboat captain was standing
in my room looking out the window. He spoke to me, told me his name, and that there was a boat due
in. I checked with the owner of the hotel and even though there was a festival in town at the time, no
boats were scheduled to dock. The next morning there it was, just as predicted. I've researched this
Captain—this event is the subject of my most recent book

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