John has spent over 50 years as an entertainer: Rock musician/singer, TV host, author, columnist, actor, producer, emcee and radio broadcaster. John and 16th U.S. president Abraham Lincoln are cousins. Favorite actors/actresses include: Clint Eastwood, Dustin Hoffman, Johnny Depp, Susan Sarandon and Richard Dreyfuss. As for favorite television shows, nowadays everything on TV stinks (unless it's an historic documentary). Favorite music of all-time includes surf, psychedelia, garage bands, Motown and just plain ol’ good time Rock & Roll. His NEWEST book, "Paranormal Michigan" has been released and his rock trivia books, “Johnny’s Vintage Rock 'n' Roll Q&A" and "Johnny's Jukebox Trivia” are available as well. Make sure you check out his "Haunted Michigan" page found on this site.
NOW OPEN: New East Lansing Cafe’ Caters To Cats
The Constellation Cat Cafe' is now open in East Lansing.....and even humans can come in! There's never been another like it. CLICK IN to find out more!
Lansing’s JCPenney Hiring 70 Employees Beginning October 15
NEED A JOB FOR THE HOLIDAYS? Penney's is hiring up to 70 employees Tuesday Oct. 15! CLICK IN for details!
MICHIGAN ‘LOST’ TOWN: The Tiny Town of Cone, in Monroe County
Just a few homes and a grain elevator is all that remains of this tiny town that was once loaded with stores, shops, and businesses. CLICK IN for history, photos, and location!
HAUNTED MICHIGAN: Newaygo High School’s “Girl in Black”
A former student, dressed in black, is seen in the woods behind the school where she died. CLICK IN for the tale!
MICHIGAN SHADOW TOWN: Palmyra, in Lenawee County
Palmyra...ever hear of it? It's down in the southeastern part of Michigan and has plenty of history and original structures. CLICK IN for photos, location, and info!
MICHIGAN ‘LOST’ TOWN: Ellington, in Tuscola County
Some cool old buildings still stand in what was once a successful Michigan Thumb lumber town. CLICK IN to see where to visit!
25 Scary Movies That Were Made In (or about) Michigan
CLICK IN to see a list of 25 creepy movies that were made in (or about) Michigan!
MICHIGAN HORROR SHOW HOSTS #6: The Ghoul, 1971 – 1980’S
"The Ghoul" was one of Michigan late-night TV's most-loved horror show hosts, but was canceled thanks to angry parents. CLICK IN for video clips, photos, info and details!
MICHIGAN SHADOW TOWN: Almena, in Van Buren County
One town disappeared so another one could grow. Today, there are still some great old buildings to see here. CLICK IN for the story, photos, and location!
MICHIGAN HORROR SHOW HOSTS #5: Morgus, 1964-1965
Morgus was only in Michigan for two years, but was one of the greatest! CLICK IN for details and photos!