St. Paul, MN, October 22, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- http://www.anniewilder.com/ - Annie Wilder, author of Llewellyn’s House of Spirits and Whispers, will be featured on KSTP’s On The Road with Jason Davis on Sunday, October 26.
The episode, which will initially air on Sunday, October 26, features the house in which Wilder and her family reside, and which is also the focus of House of Spirits and Whispers. Viewers will be introduced to various spirits that reside in the house, including Leon, the Dark Man, and the Sad Woman.
“I like to share the story of my house and its spirits,” said Wilder. “Halloween is a perfect time for spirit communication, and the spirits of my house are no different; they tend to communicate more when the veil between the worlds is thinner.”
House of Spirits and Whispers takes readers through one hundred years of the house’s history, from its first owners to Wilder’s present-day interactions with the spirits who continue to inhabit the house.
Since its debut in 2004, On The Road with Jason Davis has brought viewers local stories with a positive message, from Minnesotans keeping history alive in honor of the state’s Sesquicentennial to an expose on the state’s loneliest jobs. The show aims to connect viewers to their friends and neighbors through positive, engaging local stories.
New episodes can be seen Sundays at 10:35 PM CST. http://kstp.com/article/26/
Sunday’s episode featuring Annie Wilder can also be seen:
Saturday, November 1, at 6:30 PM on KSTP Channel 5
Saturday, November 1, at 6 PM on KSTC Channel 45 (local cable channel 12)
Saturday, November 1, at 10:35 PM on WDIO Channel 10 (Duluth)
Posted on the On The Road website, at http://kstp.com/article/26/ following Sunday’s broadcast
About Annie Wilder
Author Annie Wilder lives in a haunted house, a beautiful old Victorian in Hastings, MN. Her first book, House of Spirits and Whispers, is a true account of this remarkable house that seems to be a threshold to the spirit world. Wilder’s house has been detailed for other publications, including the Saint Paul Pioneer Press. She serves on the Heritage Preservation Commission, which serves to protect the historical, architectural, and cultural heritage in the small Mississippi river town where she now resides and where her story takes place. More information can be found at http://www.anniewilder.com/ and http://anniewilder.wordpress.com/.
About On The Road
Premiering in January 2004, On The Road is a weekly half-hour show aired on Sunday night at 10:30 PM CST on KSTP Channel 5 in the Twin Cities. Hosted by veteran journalist Jason Davis, recently inducted into the Minnesota Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame, the Emmy-award winning On the Road features local stories with a positive message, aimed at connecting viewers with their friends and neighbors through interesting stories. http://kstp.com/article/26/