Bonnie Vent is available as a consultant or guest for your show or event. Contact her at: SDParanormal@aol.com
Bonnie Vent - The Spirit Advocate (sm)
Being a "Spirit Advocate" I provide an active voice for spirits on the other side. Delivering these messages also includes some historic research to provide proof of the accuracy of the message as well as action items to assist the spirit in finishing their projects here with us. Providing tangible proof of "Life After Death" and providing a bridge between their dimension and ours has become my life's work. - Bonnie Vent
10/20/15 - SheKnows.com article featuring Bonnie Vent. Written by Heather Barnett.
Home Sweet Home is a French documentary featuring an interview with actress Dee Wallace on her experiences with "Hollywood Haunted Houses" and Bonnie Vent's experiences on what living in a real haunted house is really all about.
If you're looking to get in on a nice piece haunted real estate, look no further than Bonnie Vent, who provides a matching service for interested buyers and sellers.
Currently, Vent is working with actor Butch Patrick, best known for playing Eddie Munster, whose grandmother's haunted Victorian Mansion in Macon, Ga. is currently for sale. Patrick would like to use this location for a paranormal reality show and is looking for a buyer that is interested in getting involved with the project.
The house was built in 1875 and was given as a wedding gift to Lizzie Wardell, the daughter of the second owner. Wardell married Harry Rubey, and the two remained in the house for several years until they left for Hollywood when Rubey became a financier in the motion picture industry. After some time, they returned to Macon and built a new home, but the original home, which passed through several owners and on to Patrick's grandmother, is said to be haunted by the ghost of Lizzie Wardell Rubey, floating around the four-bedroom, two-bath abode in a white blouse.
Patrick has felt (but never seen) "the lady of the house," though his sister and grandmother have spied her many a time.
"My sister's not a druggie or an alcoholic, and she's seen her several times," he said. "And my grandmother would never let us go in the basement. I've been pushed aside, seen things move—like a curtain."
Patrick says he could see the appeal in buying haunted real estate and argued that it might bring added incentive.
Professional ghost hunters weigh in on how to keep your sixth sense in tune, where to go to meet the undead, and what to do if something spooky follows you home. Happy hunting! Click here to read the article.
Bonnie Vent the Spirit Advocate will be appearing on PsychicRadio 07/31/08 12:15pm PDT and 3:15pm EDT
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Bonnie Vent the Spirit Advocate guest appearance on Portal Paranormal Talk Radio. Tuesday Miles receives what she considers to be the only validated communication from the famous paranormal investigator and psychic Peter James. Click here to listen.
Bonnie Vent the Spirit Advocate's guest appearance on the Para X Radio Network with host Marla Brooks of Stirring the Cauldron. The main topic is the Transitions project. If you want to know what happens after you die click here to listen.
Bonnie Vent the Spirit Advocate's guest appearance on Ghostly Talk Radio with Scott and Doug. Topics include: Steve Irwin - the Crocodile Hunter, Charles Nelson Reilly, Villa Montezuma and Whaley House. Click here to listen to the interview.
Encore of the KAPS Paranormal Radio presentation of Bonnie Vent's guest appearance with Dave and Tom of ParaXRadio
The Encyclopedia of Haunted Places: Ghostly Locales From Around the World (ISBN: 1-56414-799-1, pages: 360, price: $19.99) is published by New Page Books (www.newpagebooks.com). The book features over 250 haunted locations from the United States, Canada, Europe, Oceania, Asia, and the Middle East. The book also includes a region-by-region directory of contact information for the various paranormal investigators whose work was featured in the book. The Encyclopedia is a haunted travel guide, a ghost hunter directory, and a repository of ghostly legends.Bonnie Vent contributed a personal story about Anna Whaley from the world famous Whaley House in Old Town San Diego.
Bonnie Vent owner of the San Diego Paranormal Research Project, jumped on board the Ghosts and Gravestones Tour in San Diego, CA. She visited the most haunted sites in the city of San Diego. This short film lets you experience the fun of a tour along with the real impressions of a Paranormal Investigator whose expertise is Spirit Communication. The film is hosted by veteran actor Butch Patrick. He joins along in the experience as well. Come join us as we visit the William Heath Davis House, Villa Montezuma and the world famous Whaley House. Proceeds will be used for additional research and production of more short films.
Bonnie Vent owner of the San Diego Paranormal Research Project appeared on "Let's Talk Paranormal" with Tracie Austin-Peters. The show aired November 24, 2003 at 10:00pm on Time Warner Cable Channel 20 in the Los Angeles area. The topic of the show is the Psycho-Phone Device.
Coming in January this show will air in Tucson Arizona on Cox Cable and on the web at www.access.tucson.org
Macabre Theatre - Paranormal Consultant and guest appearances
Bonnie Vent from San Diego Paranormal appeared on Macabre Theatre with Butch Patrick (aka Eddie Munster). We filmed on location at the Villa Montezuma in San Diego and the Queen Mary in Long Beach. My special thanks to Butch Patrick and Sandra Mohr who made this an exceptional experience. Also a big thank you to the San Diego Historical Society and Sean Shiraishi for allowing access to the Villa Montezuma.
These photos were taken from the original footage. The photo above was taken at Seaport Village in Long Beach, CA. This was the introduction of the segment.
These photos were taken on board the Queen Mary. The reason Butch is giving the "Thumb Up" is this was his first ghostly encounter. Actually we were standing at a "Portal Door" where several entities were coming in and out. The trusty Tri-field meter was going crazy. Our Tour Guide explained to us there had been so many reports of paranormal activity in the room we were standing next to that they no longer rent it out. Guests would complain their bed covers were pulled off and the taps in the sink would turn on all by themselves.