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UM's Tammy Branom on iTalk FM

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UM columnist Tammy Branom was interviewed on the radio station iTalk FM earlier on today in which she spoke to host Richie Allen about her writing, her column on the site and answered some questions about a few unexplained topics including ghosts, psychics and the idea of parallel dimensions.

You can listen to the interview here:

The article being discussed at the beginning is Ghosts in our dimensions, you can also view her blog - here.

I'd also like to express a big thank you to Tammy for giving us a mention on the show. :tu:

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Great job Tammy! Wooohooo! :tu:

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Wow, UM is like 'famous' now! B)

Saru, we'd better watch out... there might be paparazzi joining this very minute! :unsure2:

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Fabulous interview! Well done :tu:

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Indeed, we are now officially famous. If there was any doubt by anyone, it proves that this place truly is the #1 paranormal website on the internet today. And it's just going to keep getting better :tu: Nice interview (some minor issues with the content of her comments [such as the 10% brain myth], but for the most part I enjoyed it about separate dimensions - interesting ontological perspective that whatever we can potentially conceive of therefore exists somewhere in one dimension or another).

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Nice interview Tammy - love your work :yes:

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Well done Tammy on the interview :tu:

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