Palace Theater Showing & Zombie Walk

This weekend (October 29th) come and experience the rare opportunity to watch “Emma’s Little Secret” on the big screen! Our Season 1 episode about the Magnolia Hotel will be playing just blocks away from the famous hotel at the haunted Palace Theater in Seguin, TX. With special guest’s Billy & Mark, who will do a Q&A after the show. Not only that, you will also be able to find them at the Magnolia Hotel signing copies of their DVD’s and other goodies! On top of all that….. Their will be a Zombie Walk from the theater to the Magnolia Hotle just blocks away. So come dressed up. Find out more information on the Palace Theater’s Facebook Page.

“See You On The Other Side” Podcast Interview

Billy and Mark got the opportunity to have a very nice conversation with Mike Huberty of “See You On The Other Side” podcast. The premise of the podcast is that it’s a rock band’s journey into the afterlife, UFOs, entertainment, and weird science. Go more in depth with the Strange Town duo as they share some of their favorite EVP’s and stories from the locations they’ve investigated. Episode 99 – Strange Town: Billy Driver And Mark Morrow Talk Texas Ghost Hunting Mike Huberty’s band “Sunspot” also wrote a really cool song to go along with our interview: Sunspot – “Emma”

‘Strange Town’ highlights haunted spots in Austin, elsewhere

‘Strange Town’ highlights haunted spots in Austin, elsewhere “Austin is, of course, more than a little weird, but it’s not the only “Strange Town” in Texas. That’s what local paranormal investigators Billy Driver and Mark Morrow have learned as they’ve crisscrossed the state in search of ghosts in recent years. In fact, they uncovered so much unusual activity that they created their own TV show.” – Gary Dinges Read the complete Austin 360 article here.a

Austin is Weird. But is it Haunted?…..

“Austin is Weird. But is it Haunted? An Austin Paranormal TV Show Aims To Find Out” An interview that we had with D0512 about the paranormal, and our upcoming KLRU-Q Season 2 Marathon. “Financial analyst, engineer, doctor, lawyer, marketing consultant. There are a lot of “normal” careers out there. Ghost-hunting, however, isn’t one of them. But that’s exactly how two local men – Billy Driver and Mark Morrow – make their living. As part of their television show Strange Town, which airs Austin’s PBS station KLRU-Q, (home to famed Austin City Limits), Billy and Mark seek out supernatural occurrences and document them. “  Full Article

Got Ghosts?

GOT GHOSTS? “The hosts of Strange Town give us the lowdown on the city’s otherworldly side. Although Halloween is celebrated once a year, that doesn’t mean it’s the only time when the dearly departed come out to play. For Austin’s paranormal investigators Mark Morrow and Billy Driver, seeking out the supernatural is a daily event, and their expertise landed them a series on PBS in 2014.” The October edition of Austin Monthly magazine features an 8-page spread about the ghosts and haunts in Austin, TX. Strange Town is the feature of this section, and provide a Q&A session with the author. You can pick up a copy of the magazine all month long in stores in Austin, TX. Or read the digital version here.

“Strange Town” appearing on Travel Channel

After keeping it a secret for so long, we are finally excited to announce that this Saturday night (March 7th) on the Travel Channel 9/8c – Billy Driver and Mark Morrow will be appearing on the season finale of Travel Channel’s number one rated show, “Ghost Adventures”. Come see what Billy and Mark have to say as they tell Zak Bagans first hand of their paranormal experience as seen on Strange Town’s episode –  “Emma’s Little Secret”. #texashorrorhotel #ghostadventures #themagnoliahotel   UPDATE: We received word from the producers of ‪#‎GhostAdventures‬ that they had to cut our interview due to time constraints with the Travel Channel. We will no longer be appearing on the broadcast version of ‪#‎texashorrorhotel‬. It was still a great privilege to be yet another part of The Magnolia Hotel story, and to be able to work with Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Jay Wasley, and the rest of the Ghost Adventures production crew.

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