Aaron Sagers is a Manhattan-based nationally syndicated pop-culture columnist and entertainment journalist. His work has appeared in, among other publications, the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald, Frommer's Budget Travel, MSNBC.com and The Calgary Herald. Additionally, he is published in an H.W. Wilson school reference guide. Sagers is also a paranormal pop culture expert and founder www.ParanormalPopCulture.com, a site that covers the entertainment aspect of the paranormal field. His expertise in this area has led to him being a frequent guest and pundit on talk shows. He can be followed on Twitter (AaronSagers) and reached via his email: Aaron AT paranormalpopculture.com
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