Friday, October 28, 2011

Daniel Livingston Interview, Part One

Hello, everyone! Slip on your paranormal cloak and join me for an interview with Daniel Livingston. In case you're not sure who that is, you'll definitely know by the time you reach the end of the post. So, without further delay, I give you...Daniel Livingston and the Paranormal Pit Stop!


Thanks, Jordan, for that awesome intro! Don't hurt anyone with those knitting needles!

Welcome Humans, to another addition of The Paranormal Pit Stop. Your one-stop E-zine on the Ethereal-net for everything in the paranormal world. This week, we're playing dentist, cos it's like pulling teeth to get anything out of Terin Global's resident medium extraordinaire, Daniel Livingstone.

Paranormal Pit-Stop: So, Daniel, nice to have you come and visit us.
Daniel: Um, thanks.

P.P.S.: Why don't you start off by telling our human friends something about yourself?
Daniel: Do I have to?

P.P.S.: It would help. It's an interview.
Daniel: Okay. I'm Daniel Livingstone and I'm a medium.

P.P.S.: Not just any medium. You see and understand just about every living creature on either side of the veil, right?
Daniel: Yeah, that's right.

P.P.S.: That must have been tough for you when you were a kid? You being the only one to hear and see all those creatures?
Daniel: Yeah, was kind of…hard to deal with. Especially after Wesley died.

P.P.S.: Is that why you end up in Crawthorne Institute for the Criminally Insane?
Daniel: That's a nasty place. Yeah, they thought I was a nutter, and maybe I did lose it. My parents said I'd get better. It only got worse in that nightmarish place.

P.P.S.: What happened to Wesley? His death still hasn't been solved.
Daniel: I don't know. I haven't seen him.

P.P.S.: What do you mean you haven't seen him? You're a medium.
Daniel: Yeah, I don't get that either. He was my best friend and he never came to say goodbye.

P.P.S.: Rumor has it, Crawthorne is where Aslin found you.
Daniel: Yeah, kind-of, see, couple of the Doc's were followers of a banished Druid clan member. He was trying to protect them, get them to bugger off from the path they were following.

P.P.S.: That didn't happen, did it? They were involved in the Stonehenge incident. I heard it's the reason the human authorities shut the site down for a while.
Daniel: Yeah, it was horrible. I still have nightmares about it. Funny, I haven't seen any of those souls either…

Well, that's all the time we have for this week's interview. We would like to thank our host Jorden Mierek for allowing us to post this interview on the human internet. We feel all warm and fuzzy inside!

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Story Blurb:
His first day of work wasn't what Martin Cunningham expected. A sultry boss, a classy receptionist, the drama-queen foreigner, and a painfully shy techie who prefers hiding to human interaction, was the oddest group of characters he'd ever met. When an assassination attempt is made against his new boss, Martin comes face to face with the stuff of nightmares.

Now he and his new co-workers must race to prevent another attack, but where do they start? There's very little to go on, and the only solid piece of evidence escaped through the u-bend in the toilet. By the end of the day, Martin becomes one of the privileged few who really understands what lies in the shadows, and what it means to work in THE WATCHTOWER.

Darke Conteur is an author at the mercy of her muse. Writing in several genres, she prefers to write in paranormal and science fiction, and has stories published in Brave Blue Mice, Bewildering Stories, and The Absent Willow Review. When not busy writing, she looks after one wannabe rock-star, one husband, two cats, and one ghost dog.

1 comment:

  1. Wow - this interview gave me the chills. I'm going to keep my eye on this character!