Talking The Holzer Files season 2 with Dave, Cindy and Shane

Oct 29, 2020, 02:14 AM

Phantom hands, automatic writing, and lots of laughs were had while talking with the stars of The Holzer Files about their season 2 premiere.

The Holzer Files season 2 premiers on Travel Channel Thursday, October 29.

I had the chance to talk with Dave Shrader, Cindy Kaza, and Shane Pittman about the season's premiere episode, "Phantom Hand," as well as the season overall.

I also had the chance to ask questions from a couple of friends of mine.

What did Dave have to say about demons and angels?

How does the automatic writing come to Cindy?

The "Phantom Hand" episode is haunted history mixed with true crime. Can we expect to see more of that in the other episodes this season?

What unnerved Shane more: when Cindy said she felt like she was looking through the eyes of a murderer or when Dave assigned him to investigate the pit at the train museum?

When Shane was in the pit, the camera catches something crazy. Did Shane see it at the time, or only upon review?

Why are Dave's favorite colors periwinkle and chartreuse?

All answers are revealed in this episode that was literally a lot of laughs to make. It's fun to watch the stars of The Holzer Files, but it was even more fun getting to talk with them.

Guest Info

Listen to Dave Shrader on Darkness Radio. New episodes drop every Wednesday and Thursday.

Medium Cindy Kaza hosts live Zoom galleries. Find out how to join those by
following her on Facebook and Instagram.

Shane Pittman is revealing more of how he got into the paranormal and what he does outside of the show. Follow him on Facebook to learn more and how to join him at events he hosts.


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Photo Info

Psychic medium Cindy Kaza, paranormal investigator Dave Schrader and equipment technician Shane Pittman return for The Holzer Files season 2. Photo courtesy Travel Channel.

Host & Guide: Courtney Mroch, Ambassador of Dark & Paranormal Tourism

Music: 
Phantom from Space by Kevin MacLeod