Amanda Woomer is a paranormal investigator, researcher, world traveller, foodie, author and owner of the website Spook-Eats. She first became interested in the paranormal when she visited the historic Gettysburg Civil War Memorial Park in 2004 and has been visiting haunted locations ever since having been to dozens of haunted inns, taverns and restaurants throughout the United States as well as in Europe. In this episode Amanda joined me for a paranormal chit-chat where we also discussed her upcoming new journal, 'The Feminine Macabre.' Guest Links https://spookeats.com/ Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/spookeats https://twitter.com/spookeats?lang=en https://www.instagram.com/spookeats/?hl=en-gb Thank you for listening. If you wish to support the Haunted History Chronicles Podcast then please click on the Patreon link. https://www.patreon.com/Haunted_History_Chronicles Please use the links below or on the website to keep in touch via our social media pages : to ask questions and review other content linked to this episode. Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/HauntedHistoryChronicles/?ref=bookmarks Twitter: https://twitter.com/hauntedhistory4 Instagram: instagram.com/haunted_history_chronicles Website: https://www.podpage.com/haunted-history-chronicles/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hauntedchronicles/message
Mysteries and Monsters: Episode 111 Spook Eats' Amanda Woomer
Mysteries and Monsters
This week I am joined by Amanda Woomer the power behind Spook Eats. Amanda is the author of 5 books, including the fabulous "Haunted Atlas of Western New York" which is a fantastic guide to the haunted locations of New York state where you can also tantalise your tastebuds as well as getting your spooky on! Amanda joins me to discuss her latest project, the Feminine Macabre, a collection of essays, articles and investigations by women from around the world in a new bi-annual collection. The first edition is due to be released in the Spring, so we look forward to seeing it in print. We also discuss how Amanda got in to the paranormal, the other books in her canon as well as the fabulous collection of first-hand accounts of ghostly encounters at a location close to her heart, "The Ghosts of the Ghostlight Theatre" with all proceeds going to the venue's costs in these difficult times. It was a pleasure to finally speak with Amanda and hope she returns soon! Spook Eats can be found here: Amanda's books can be found here.Thanks Amanda! Our website is now up and running, you can find us here!Our Patreon is now live, with bonus content, early release of the regular show, articles and monthly prizes for everyone who signs up!Join here now for the flat fee of $4 a month which is a bargain!Don't forget, you can now show your support with our Merchandise shop on Redbubble! Check it out here!We are also now on Vburl - check us out here: You can join us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well.You can also subscribe to our YouTube channel!Email us at email@example.com with any feedback, guest suggestions or if you'd like to appear.All artwork by Dean Bestall and the show was produced by Brennan Storr of the Ghost Story Guys.Mysteries and Monsters is a part of the Straight Up Strange Network. #ghosts #ghouls #haunted #haunting #SpookEats #TheGhostlightTheatre #ouija #paranormal #investigations #NewYork #USA #York #Disco #TheHauntedAtlasOf WesternNewYork #TheFeminineMacabre
Spotlighting Women with Amanda Woomer from Spook Eats
The Spooky Stuff
In this episode, Amanda Woomer from Spook Eats comes to the paranormal table. We talk about what inspired her to start her amazing blog, Spook Eats, the representation of women in paranormal media, and how she is putting the spotlight on women with the Feminine Macabre. We also touched on the paranormal culture in America versus the rest of the world.Writer, anthropologist, and former international English teacher, Amanda R. Woomer was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. A member of the Society for Psychical Research, she is a featured writer for the award-winning Haunted Magazine and the owner of Spook-Eats. She is the author of A Haunted Atlas of Western New York, The Spirit Guide: America’s Haunted Breweries, Distilleries, and Wineries, and The Ghosts of the Ghostlight Theatre as well as two books in the Creepy Books for Creepy Kids series. Her newest project, the Feminine Macabre, is an all-new all-female paranormal journal highlighting the works of women in the paranormal coming March 2021. Follow her spooky adventures at spookeats.com and on Facebook Instagram and Twitter.
"Spooky Southcoast" recorded live, Saturday, January 9, 2021. Amanda Woomer of Spook Eats joins Tim and Steph to talk about her new initiative for women in the paranormal, as well as her work with Spook Eats, visiting and writing about haunted hospitality.
Our programs often make us feel good - but are we actually helping our clients? Amanda Woomer joins us today to discuss the much (but needlessly) feared monitoring and evaluation. Join us as we explore how M&E can help you advance your mission, impress donors, and ultimately make sure that you are actually doing the good you’re setting out to do.
After the death of her 19-year-old brother from cancer, Amanda became obsessed with the paranormal and the search for what lies beyond this life. Amanda shared a shocking and beautiful story about her brother and the Ghostlight Theatre in North Tonawanda, New York, and what appeared one night during a paranormal investigation. Amanda loves to spotlight haunted locations people can actually visit and perhaps have a ghostly experience of their own. Her blog features lots of articles and of course, her books are filled with haunted tales from all over the United States.----Spook-Eats is a blog dedicated to travel, food, and (of course) a little bit of paranormal thrown in just for fun! Amanda Woomer is a huge travel buff, foodie, and lover of all things strange and unusual. She’s been visiting haunted locations ever since her first visit to Gettysburg, PA in 2004 and since then, traveled to dozens of haunted places in the United States from the Stanley Hotel in Colorado to the home of Robert the Doll in Key West. She continues her journey around the country, visiting bars, cafes, restaurants, and hotels, searching for delicious food and spirits of all kinds.Amanda is also the author of "A Haunted Atlas of Western New York", "The Cryptid ABC Book" (picture book for kids), "America’s Haunted Breweries: Distilleries, and Wineries", and "The Ghosts of the Ghostlight Theatre" (which is a fundraiser book and 100% of the proceeds go back to the theatre to help them through COVID). "Krampus’s Great Big Book of Yuletide Monsters" is her second children’s book and will be available on November 1, 2020.
Amanda Woomer is a huge travel buff, foodie, and lover of all things strange and unusual. A couple of years ago, she decided to combine her three interests into one and that's how Spook-Eats was born. Spook-Eats is a blog dedicated to travel, food, and a little bit of the paranormal thrown in just for fun. I'll have to admit that I wish I had thought of this first, because I too, love travel, delicious food and (of course), the paranormal. I'm both a little jealous and envious of her. Amanda has been visiting haunted locations ever since 2004, when she first visited Gettysburg, PA. Since then she has traveled to dozens of haunted places in the United States from the Stanley Hotel in Colorado to the home of Robert the Doll in Key West. She frequently travels around the country, visiting bars, cafes, restaurants, and hotels, searching for delicious food and spirits of all kinds. She has been to the Lemp Mansion, the Farnsworth House, the Lizzie Borden bed and breakfast, and even some locales you probably haven’t heard of yet! Never one to sit still for long, Amanda has authored 4 books, made guest appearances on several paranormal podcasts and radio shows and has also given presentations as a couple of paranormal conventions. She is constantly updating her website by writing about her adventures and is currently expecting her first child, which is due on August 22, 2020! In addition to being a writer, she is a former international English teacher, and historian. She was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and has a degree in anthropology. She won her first award for her writing when she was only 12 years old. With publications in anthologies and magazines all over the world, she is currently a featured writer for the award-winning Haunted Magazine. On this podcast, Amanda and I will discuss how she came up with the idea for Spook-Eats, her books and she'll tell us all about some of her most memorable locations. She will also give us the best and worst dishes that she's eaten so far in her Spook-Eats journey. To learn more, you'll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!