Tea’s Weird Week: Talking with Sinisterhood
As a freelance writer, I’ve worked with several Milwaukee-based publications over the years. Most of the feature writing I do these days is for Milwaukee Magazine— I’ve written something for almost issue this year. I also contribute to the Shepherd Express. Most of the work I do for the Shep currently is event previews. If I see an event or if they cross paths with something in my wheelhouse, I give it a short write-up.
I’m really glad they sent me a press release for the Sinisterhood podcast tour with a stop in Milwaukee (tonight) cause they definitely talk about some of my favorite things: true crime, cults, and the paranormal. The show is hosted by Dallas-based comedians and friends Christie Wallace and Heather McKinney and they are currently on tour, including a stop here in Milwaukee tonight.
I did an interview with Christie and Heather for the Shepherd write-up and also featured the audio in this week’s TWW episode. We talked about their inspirations, weird Dallas, and the famously haunted Pfister Hotel (which they’ll be discussing live tonight).
Sinisterhood is definitely on my listening list now. If you dig Tea’s Weird Week I think you’ll really enjoy the show, too. Check it out at: www.sinisterhood.com
SEE ALSO: I wrote this 2018 article on the Pfister ghosts for Milwaukee Record: “If the ghost shows again, we are all going to fight together”: The Pfister Hotel All-Star Ghost Team (milwaukeerecord.com)
Tea’s Weird Week, S5 ep02: Talking with Sinisterhood
In addition to talking with Sinisterhood, me and Heidi discuss weird news like a human tasting burger, CIA cafeteria woes, bird vomit, and more. Plus trivia and the dance track of the summer, “Juice Demon” by Lavish Waste. Listen here: Tea’s Weird Week, S5 ep02: Talking with Sinisterhood (podbean.com)
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My latest books are:
Brady Street Pharmacy: Stories and Sketches (2021, Vegetarian Alcoholic Press)
American Madness: The Story of the Phantom Patriot and How Conspiracy Theories Hijacked American Consciousness (2020, Feral House)