Hollywood, CA, May 27, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Margaret Wendt, a respected and prolific television producer, writer and reporter who now covers the world of the paranormal announced today (April 4, 2005) that she has hired MAYO Communications to produce and maintain her site www.MargaretWendt.com. The site will include clips highlights from some of her latest TV productions. Wendt has created, executive produced and appeared in many TV shows and best-selling videos in this field, including The Healers, Relationships and Astrology, and Healing Violence in America.
Most recently Wendt has consulted NBC on such shows as "Revelations" and will soon be featured in a series on the History Channel, and is in talks with
UFO magazine for her own column.
Her production company, Margaret Wendt Productions, has produced over two dozen series and specials for both network and cable television. Among her recent programs: Beyond Death, The Plot to Kill Lincoln, Champ: The Legend of a Sea Monster, Psychic Chronicles, America’s Psychic Past, Top Secret Sites, JFK: A Hero in Question, The Haunting of the Presidents (a three-hour special in production), The Incorruptible, Into the Unknown, America’s Monsters and the CBS and Universal Studios special, Home For The Holidays.
A portion of one of her healing videos was seen on the nationally syndicated TV program, Strange Universe. Another video dealt with the struggle to ease gang violence. Margaret stunned several street gang members when she psychically gave them accurate details of the tragic fates of their friends. She recently served as a consultant for Freemantle Media for their award-winning show Power of the Spirit. Her skills as a TV reporter, journalist and producer place her in the distinctive position to investigate the paranormal and the supernatural with a keen eye and open mind to separate psychic fact from fiction.
Currently visitors can go to www.MargaretWendt.com and send their
unexplained or mysteriously stories to Margaret Wendt.
[Editors: For images and media interviews with Margaret Wendt please call Bob Werden at: 818.243-4537. For questions about the website call George McQuade or Aida Mayo at 818.340.5300.]