John Robinson was raised in Stockbridge and began his media career at age 15 playing bass guitar and singing in a local rock band. From there he went into radio after receiving his license in 1974, along with being a TV host, author (ten books published to date), columnist, actor, producer, and emcee. He's been honored as Contributor of the Year by Townsquare Media and has also received a President's Club Award. His passions are all kinds of pop culture and Michigan history.
‘Shadows From the Walls of Death’ is a Book that Actually Killed Some People Who Read It
A book published in Michigan in 1874 actually killed people who read it. Here's how.
This is All That’s Left of Abandoned Air Force Base Near Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
The remains of the former Kincheloe Air Force Base sits in Chippewa County, south of Sault Ste. Marie in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The ‘Dog Lady’ is an Urban Legend Everyone in Monroe, Michigan Knows
The Dog Lady is said to roam a small island off the shore of Monroe, Michigan in Lake Erie.
Remember These 40 Discontinued and Special Edition Kellogg’s Cereals?
Check out these 40 former Kellogg's cereals from throughout the 1900s into the 2000s with one going as far back as 1895
The Hooded Apparition that Haunted Trenton, Michigan
In the Detroit, Michigan suburb of Trenton, there's a legend about a lost Indian Village and the ghost of a British soldier.
America’s Best Known ‘Bearded Lady’ Is Buried in a Ghost Town near Kalkaska, Michigan
Grace Gilbert gained fame as one of the first 'bearded ladies' to be featured in American circuses and today lies in a Michigan ghost town's cemetery.
There’s a Mindblowing Gravity Hill in this Farmington, Michigan Cemetery
Oakwood Cemetry in Farmington is known for its paranormal experiences and gravity hill.