Heather Moser grew up in the foothills of Appalachia. She is a classics professor, author, and researcher. Her areas of study include moral panics, particularly related to the Bacchic cult during the Roman Republic and the European Witch Craze of the 14th-17th centuries, the fluctuation of Julius Caesar's memory throughout history, the preservation and transmission of Appalachian folklore, and lore related to and evolving from cursed objects.
Diving into her Appalachian roots, Heather is an active member of the Writer's Conference of Northern Appalachia as well the literary journal Northern Appalachia Review. She has also served as a guest author and narrator for Steve Stockton's Thirteen Past Midnight podcast. An ongoing contributor to the Weird Writer blog for Into the Fray Radio podcast as well as here at The Caravan, her work covers folkloric elements from different time periods and cultures. Heather is also a researcher for the film production company Small Town Monsters, assisting with films such as MOMO: The Missouri Monster and upcoming The Mothman Legacy.
Lady Ann has born with the paranormal in her blood,
she has had experiences beginning with her earliest memories.
From ghosts, shadow entities, Sasquatch encounters and more.
Lady Ann is a Reiki Master, Intuitive Tarot reader
who loves to dive into the Spiritual realm
and adds an otherworldly flavor to the show.
She has also been a guest on several other podcasts including;
Into The Fray Radio, Mojo Encounters, Lighting The Void,
Beyond The Strange, Mysterious circumstances, Spaced Out Radio,
Missing Persons & Mysteries, Chasing The Truth Paranormal among others.