Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition

“Ghosts and ghouls,
phantoms and specters
and other things that go bump in the night”

October 25, 2013, at 9:00 a.m. 

Delmarva Public Radio’s

“Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition”

WSDL 90.7



WSDL 90.7, October 25, 2013  Haunted Tour Guide and Writer Mindie Burgoyne talks with Harold Wilson about “Ghosts in Literature” Friday, October 25, 2013 on Delmarva Public Radio’s “Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition” at 9:00 a.m. on WSDL 90.7.


Having recently crafted a series of Ghost Walks in small, historic towns on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Mindie takes guests on journeys that include legendary haunted places and lesser known sites associated with mystical or paranormal activity. She has spent years researching haunted sites in Maryland and her research has been used by  many other authors and media professionals including the National Geographic Television Network.


By day Mindie works for the State of Maryland assisting rural businesses and local governments with economic development issues. In her spare time, she writes books, operates four blog sites, writes for magazines and online publications, and runs a successful speaking and training platform on “Harnessing the Power of Social Media in Business. Mindie has lived on Maryland’s rural Eastern Shore for seven years.


For those outside the WSDL 90.7 broadcast area, “Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition” can be found on Delmarva Public Radio’s website at The program is also podcast and can be found on the stations website anytime following the broadcast. Links can also be found on the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association website at or on Harold Wilson’s website at


The Eastern Shore Writers’ Association is assisting Delmarva Public Radio with the production of the program.



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