All-New to Launch on January 26, 2008

In recognition of their second anniversary on the airwaves, paranormal radio program launches newly-designed version of their website.

SouthCoast, MA, January 25, 2008 --( Two years ago, Tim Weisberg and Matt Costa came up with a paranormal talk program that would be like no other. It would blend their senses of humor and thirst for knowledge with some of the talents of the top names in the field, making those on the forefront of paranormal research and reporting accessible to the common listener.

They named it "Spooky Southcoast," after the region in Massachusetts from which it emanates.

Along with Science Advisor Matt Moniz and a number of regular guests that became part of the "Spooky" family, the Spooky Crew watched their show become one of the most respected in the field of the paranormal, all the while gaining a global listenership through their website,

To celebrate their second anniversary on the air, "Spooky Southcoast" is re-launching their website to make it more interactive and user-friendly. Designed by Tim Binnall of the esoteric enterprise "Binnall of America," the site will feature easier-to-use and more complete archives of past shows, plus streaming audio. There will also be columns from the Spooky Crew and others in the paranormal field, as well as paranormal news, chats, and a message board.

The website is set to launch on January 26.

"Spooky Southcoast" is also available as a free podcast download from iTunes, Zune, and most other podcast providers. The new website will also distribute the podcast feed to have the show delivered directly to your desktop each week.

Spooky Southcoast
Tim Weisberg
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