Beyond the Third Dimension
May 16, 2011
Hosted by Emily Giroux and Madeline Todd
Beyond The Third Dimension
Tuesday at 4 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Kids Channel
The term, “Theater of the Mind” may be the best description for this trip through the unknown, or as we like to call it, a walk “Beyond The Third Dimension.” Madeline and Emily will explore the myths and realities of things that go bump in the night. You see, this will be great conversation as Madeline believes in ghosts and such and Emily does not. Our two hosts will also explore the most haunted places in their state and then broadcast their experiences live. Leave the light on when listening to “Beyond The Third Dimension” and thank us later. “Beyond The Third Dimension” is the scariest place of all, only here on Voice America Kids!
Emily Giroux and Madeline Todd
My name is Emily Giroux, and I am a fourteen year old co-hosting the new radio show, “Beyond the Third Dimension.” Ever since I was a little kid, I’ve had an affinity for learning new things. It started with what was in my rain gutter, and has evolved into what’s lurking beyond my sight. I have some experience with the world of radio broadcasting. Last school year, I ran a radio show with a friend of mine, through KPRP on the Kidstar Radio Network. It was a very entertaining show that received high merits from our media teacher. However, I longed for something more to go along with my curiosity for life and beyond. Naturally, I was excited to have the opportunity to explore this with my best friend, Madeline Todd, and to share it with the world.
My name is Madeline Todd, and I’m fifteen. It is amazing to have a radio show “Beyond the Third Dimension”, especially with my best friend Emily. We’re in High School together, and have grown up together. This creates an easier relationship on the show. One thing that you should know about me is that I love a lot of things in life, but anything that is unsolved just excites me. I don’t scream often which should make trips to paranormal locations less earsplitting. I have a habit of over-thinking things, and for this radio show I believe that could come in handy. I love solving things, including common puzzles and brain teasers. This is a puzzle I would love to solve, so we’re going to have to see how close I get.