Marlene is a native Miamian and the founder of Miami Ghost Chronicles, and she has been a paranormal investigator since the 1990s. She has worked mainly with research groups in Florida, but she has also assisted other organizations and private clients across the country. She is the producer and host of the Internet/Podcast show, Stories of the Supernatural in which she interviews, authors, experts and any person who has witnessed the unexplained. She also is the narrator of the podcast show Nightshade Diary and the blog author of Stranger Than Fiction. She appeared in S1E1 of Paranormal Survivor which presently airs on Destination America and Netflix. She will be appearing in one of the episodes of Haunted Hospitals which will be airing in 2019.
Marlene is a freelance writer who holds a Master of Science degree in Human Behavior & Health. She is a certified master hypnotist and considers herself a subconscious behaviorist and had a private practice for many years. Prior to that she worked as an investigator for a state-level agency (that shall remain unnamed).
Haunted History of the Old West's Wicked Ladies And The Bad Hombres They Loved
The Old West was known for its gunslingers, lawmen and of course the soiled doves that made a living in the many brothels that were found in all the frontier and mining towns that were established to entertain all the tough men that flocked to these lawless places.
It's not surprising that many of these ladies do not lie quiet in their graves. Many of them died suddenly and violently at the hands of lovers and customers, others faded into obscurity and old age seeking solace at the bottom of a bottle, and others ultimately found a way to live their lives on their own terms
Lady in the Blue Kimono: Hot Dame on a Cold Slab Film Noir Murders
The observation that art imitates life is never more accurate than events that seemed ripped from the pages of the most lurid pulp fiction novel. Unlike the movies where the siren and the gumshoe share a passionate kiss and the scene fades out, these twelve, true stories expose the darkness of the human heart, whether motivated by hate, love or expediency; there is no happy ending to be found.