My Interview with a Vampyre
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"My personal experience within the vampire community has just been absolute love."
--Lady Ann Selene

10/06/2021
The Skeptic Metaphysician
My Interview with a Vampyre

Summary
People will say vampires are the undead... they're creatures of evil. They're servants of Satan. The connotation is really not good.  And while vampire culture can also be romanticized for being erotic and beautiful, its also known as dark and dangerous and scary.  Like super scary. 

But is that really the case?

My next guess says its not. Learn all about the underground vampyre movement, straight from one of its card-carrying members.

Come for the stories of vampyres......stay for the first-hand accounting of supernatural stories Lady Ann Selene has personally experienced. Stories of Sasquatch or Bigfoot, and ghosts and haunted dolls. Stories that may keep you up at night.

Info about our guest 
She was born with the paranormal in her blood. She has had experiences beginning with her earliest memories, delving from ghosts, shadow entities, Sasquatch encounters and lots more. 

She’s a Reiki Master and Intuitive Tarot reader who loves to dive into the Spiritual realm, but also considers herself a Vampyre. And that’s Vampyre with a Y……

 She also Hosts a podcast called The Caravan, Library of Lore and owns KPNL Radio a digital broadcasting station that specializes in paranormal podcasts and music….for the uninitiated, KPNL just so happens to be the very first radio station that picked up a little show called…..The Skeptic Metaphysician.

Guest Info:
Websites: caravanoflore.com or kpnl-db.com
Facebook: @kpnlradio or @thecaravanoflore
Instagram: @kpnlradio or @thecaravanoflore
Email: Kpnlradio@gmail.com or Thecaravanoflore@gmail.com
Recommended Resources:  blackveilvampires.com, endlessnight.com, vamporium.shop

Skeptic Metaphysician Info:
Website:
skepticmetaphysician.com
Facebook: @TheSkepticMetaphysician
IG: SkepticMetaphysician_Podcast

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