Jeff Waldridge has been a Paranormal Researcher for over twenty years. He is a well-respected historian in his hometown of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, where he gives ghost tours highlighting the Ripy Mansion, the Anderson County Courthouse, and one of the most haunted buildings in Kentucky, the Anderson Hotel.
He currently working on The Anderson Hotel Haunted House and promoting his first book The Haunting of a Bourbon Town. He’s also getting ready for Cryptidcon, a fantastic monster-themed convention coming up in November. He was also the co-creator for Scarefest in Lexington KY, and he’s documentary filmmaker whose credits include the gritty deathmatch wrestling film Hardway.
But that’s not important right now.
Jeff Waldridge is the first of my weekly guests I’ve invited to answer three irrelevant questions. Each week, I’ll be inviting another creative talent to answer these same questions, highlighting authors, filmmakers, actors, artists, and more.
So here we go.
What is your favorite guilty pleasure movie, and what defense do you have for it?
Lost Boys! It’s the ultimate movie that screams “horror movie” of that era. So cheesy but huge stars.
If you had a full day of access to any animal at the zoo, what would it be?
Gorillas, because they are very smart.
If you were hungry and could fly or drive anywhere right now for the perfect snack or meal, where would you go?
Let’s see, a lot of options here. I could go to Texas for Whataburger, California for In N Out Burger, Philly for a cheesesteak, or Jersey for a hoagie.
Want to tour a haunted house with Jeff Waldridge? Visit Jeff’s website with all the details.
And don’t forget your signed copy of The Haunting of a Bourbon Town by Jeff Waldridge and John Cosper. Order direct by clicking on the book cover below.