My Interview On “Doing It Different” with Tyler Martina

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When I got wind of this interview from the 6th Sense World office, I was intrigued to know more. When I saw Tyler Martina, he looked like a “too clean” Rock-A-Billy kid from California and so wondered if he was more trendy poseur or had some substance behind all of the tatts and such radiant skin. Hey, no one says you have to have clogged pores to be a greaser and who wants to be a greaser anyway? Turns out he was a real quality rocker guy with a lot of heart and intelligence and was really happy with the way it turned out. We met in the chapel at Hillcrest Abbey Cemetery and was with his family and that put a whole new light on him for me. He had a beautiful wife(?) and just darling daughter who apparently can see ghosts. And what I realized was they were really doing a neat family thing together by seeing the country and then also capturing neat characters and knowledge for the show’s listeners. It not only showed the guy had heart, but business savvy to go along with it. As I told them, the best thing my parents ever did for my brother and myself, was on summer breaks, and riding us around the country Griswold style to all of the big historic sites and National Parks across this great country of our’s and that they’d all be blessed for this as a family later in life. I think they were a tad too young to see all of that but I promise, they’ll one day be thanked by their daughter for it. Anyway, turns out I was their target character and just wanted to do a good job for them. So we talked life, death, paranormal, America’s Most Haunted City both in terms of how Savannah got the title, how I captured it formally and then went out and made a movie about it. We spoke of Bonaventure of course and one day time apparition moment I was witness to that was greatly affecting. Overall I think it turned out pretty decent and really inspired me to get back into my own podcast for 6thSenseWorld Radio more actively which hey, just ordered my new headsets and splitters today so be on the listen out! In the meantime, I hope this is entertaining and informative!

Doing It Different With Tyler Martina
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2 thoughts on “My Interview On “Doing It Different” with Tyler Martina

  1. This site, I’m sure gets many views and likes, although there are so many grammatical errors, such as, left out words, repeated paragraphs, misspellings, etc, that it’s terribly frustrating. Please edit more closely.

    Thank you

    • Hi Victoria Huddleston. Why I do declare, your comment would be nearly backhanded if it weren’t so trite! Who are you exactly? You swept in like you work for The New York Times but you didn’t leave your resume. I had a professor who once said, “To state is not to illustrate.” One might call you the armchair editor as you did little more than pontificate a point without being terribly productive about it. Perhaps you’d like to submit your resume for a job or perhaps present some of your own writing for proofreading or possibly even proof of your academic wisdom? But serially folks, while I’m aware that I have no full time editor on staff, that WebPress itself has techie glitches that frustrate me in that it changes things while I sleep? Basically its not a perfect world but I have my own style which needs no justification to anyone. For now, until I have a book rolling through the ink presses, as long as my greater points get across I’m OK with a little wrinkle here and there. But “thanks” for the “love.”

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