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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Interview with Jim Malliard of The Spark



Jim Malliard is the host of The Malliard Report on Fate Radio. Over the course of the last few months he has been working on a project that will benefit others. Below is a short interview about a person who goes out of his way to make a difference in other people’s lives.

Can you tell us about The Spark?

It is August 6, 2011 in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

Its goal is to raise awareness of the paranormal rather it be greater paranormal or just Meadville Paranormal. 

How did you come up with the name? 

I wanted something different. I didn’t want a convention or meet and greet.  So the spark is more of a mindset. Cause with all the proceeds going to a charity not partial 100% of the proceeds. I needed something to instill that idea.

What are all the proceeds going towards?

The money from the spark is going to project support our troops.

What made you decide to do this? 

We have solders that were active duty and told me how much those boxes have meant to them so If I can share that joy with another soldier it is worth it.

What is the line up? Do you have a schedule you can share?

Our speaker line up
·         ‎1pm Roundtable about the impact of the paranormal on the family hosted by Tabby co founder of Meadville Paranormal

2pm Rick Cempie

3pm 4 states paranormal roundtable hosted by Jim co founder of Meadville Paranormal
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4pm John Sabol

5pm Judah Star- live music
Plus number of great teams, mediums, and other great paranormal subject matter set up to talk to as well.

You also host a show on Fate Radio, can you tell us about it?

The Malliard report airs Tuesday nights at 9 pm eastern. Its more about the person the investigator and how the paranormal has changed their life.

What can people expect when they listens? 

A show that gives them a better understanding of the people of the paranormal

What inspires you?

Love. Love of my family friends and community.

What makes you laugh?

That’s a very tough question, for I laugh at funerals. It’s a moment of happiness if you believe in an afterlife.

Thank you Jim for being a person who makes a difference in the lives of others.  Is there going to be another way to donate? Its still in the works, has been so focused on the real event I haven’t got to the other, I may do a online something or other as well.

Where can people get in contact with you? 

Facebook-

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