Appearing on Mysteries at the Museum to tell the story of the Witch of Hardscrabble, Martha Wise.

Storyteller

Mark Sebastian Jordan has performed widely as a storyteller and historian of the macabre. He has been seen on such television shows as Mysteries at the Museum, Ghost Hunters, House of the Unknown and My Ghost Story.

 

Mark also regularly leads the Symphony Chat! pre-concert talks and contributes to podcasts for the Mansfield Symphony Orchestra at the Renaissance Theater in Mansfield, Ohio.

 

Mark frequently writes for the blogs Voices from the Borderland and Seen & Heard International.

 

Writer

The first book of Mark Sebastian Jordan's Sam Slammer series, "Slammer, Private Dick" has been published by Sinister Hand Media on Amazon.com. The audio book will be coming soon!

 

Jordan is also the author of two chapbooks of poetry, The Book of Jobs (Pudding House Press) and Murder Ballads (Poets Havcn Press), as well as the humorous history book 1776 & All That (XOXOX Press).

 

Mark also regularly reviews classical music concerts for the London-based website Seen & Heard International.

 

 

Writer, actor, storyteller, director, playwright, music critic Mark S. Jordan

is available to speak to groups, schools, and organizations. His specialties include macabre history, true ghost stories, history humor, and classical music appreciation.

Mark has won awards from The Ohio State University, Case Western Reserve University, the Ohio Theatre Alliance, the Associated Press, the Jesse Stuart Memorial Award, Ohio Poetry Day's "Welcome Aboard" Award, the Ohio Community Theatre Association, the Mansfield/Richland County Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the International Association for Audio Information Providers.