Overview

Speaking With the Spirits of the Old Southwest: Conversations With Miners, Outlaws & Pioneers Who Still Roam Ghost Towns by Dan Baldwin, Rhonda Hull, Dwight Hull

The American Southwest is home to dozens of ghost towns with fascinating histories and active spirits. This book shares the captivating spirit communications conducted by Dan Baldwin and Dwight and Rhonda Hull, using pendulums and psychic abilities to make contact with ghosts and help them pass through to the other side.

Calendar of Events


Book Release Party

Saturday May 12, 2018

10am - 2pm

Gleeson Jail, Gleeson Arizona

Book Release Party


Saturday June 2, 2018

2pm - 4pm

Barnes & Noble Metro

10235 N Metro Pkwy E, Phoenix, AZ 85051

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Dwight and Rhonda Hull, along with Dan Baldwin specialize in communicating with those who have crossed over through EVP’s. Combining their individual skill sets, they search out history and unresolved deaths —to find the truth!

Dwight has spent more than thirty years as a Paranormal researcher and animal communicator or pet psychic.  He has been featured on numerous paranormal television shows as an expert in the field but most notably on Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures Tombstone episode.   

Rhonda is an world renowned Psychic Medium and has been communicating with the dead most of her life.  Unlike many mediums, who consider “ghosts” to be earthbound spirits, Rhonda believes that most spirits have successfully crossed over but return frequently to re-visit their loved ones and favorite places on the physical plane.


Dan has spent the past 15 years using the pendulum to locate missing persons and is considered an expert in the field. He has worked on several high profile cases with astounding results. 

This team believe in investigating and clarifying history through the voices of those who lived it.

Messenger Of The Gods
The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that bees were servants and messengers of the gods and goddesses. The Romans believed that a swarm of bees was to be avoided because while the swarm was on the move, they were the carrying messages and doing the biddings of the gods.

In ancient Egypt, it was believed that Ra, the sun god, created the honeybee from his tears. The bee was then seen as the messenger of the gods, falling from Ra’s face, down to earth, where she could deliver the messages from the heavens.

The ancient Celts also saw honeybees as messengers between worlds. They considered honeybees bringers of wisdom and revered them for their role in the metaphysical.