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  • Writer's pictureJean Ginner

The Very First Podcast

Welcome to Mystery Talk.  I’m your host Jean Ginner.  Mystery Talk is a podcast about multiple topics.  We will unpack a bunch of mysteries about information that you may not have known. 

Upcoming topics will include things you thought you knew about recycling, but really didn’t.  I bet I can mention some things you didn’t know.

Also, I will have an upcoming interview with an award-winning author of several books. I will be interviewing my good friend who donated a kidney a year before her recipient needed it.  How does that work, you ask?  Tune in to find out those details. 

We will talk about paranormal activity, and true crime stories.  I’m lining up a guest who will speak about her time in LA and her experiences in the entertainment field.

I will have Mystery Talk Moments which are usually 30 second shorts.  There will even be an occasional random funny interview with different characters.  Again, a very eclectic type of show.

Coming soon will be a tip line where you can share info or details of a crime anonymously when you don’t feel comfortable calling Crime Stoppers or the police directly.  I will have a special phone number.  Just hide the caller ID and leave a message or text to me.  Let me know how you want me to share this information.  More details will come.  By the way, Crime Stoppers is an amazing way to privately give tips when you don’t feel comfortable coming forward.  They can help you and give you a lot of information.  Just wanted to make that clear. 

Mystery Talk will have funny animal stories.  I’d love to hear about the crazy and heartwarming things your fur babies do in your house.  I have 2 cats, a dog and an African Grey Parrot that talks.  Things can definitely get crazy in my house!  When I got my first cat Jax, he was about 10-12 weeks old. I got him from a local shelter.  He made me laugh every day, so I started to write about him on Facebook.  And now I am writing a book.  I will let you know when it gets completed.  I really am almost done.  (I’m sick of saying that, so I need to get a move.)

There is so much more in the works, so I hope you check out Mystery Talk.  Mystery Talk can be found on Facebook and the website is  Remember to LIKE my page and let others know about this podcast.  Sharing is a good thing.

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Let’s talk again soon.


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Jean here with a Mystery Talk Moment to give you several seconds of recycle knowledge. The most important sentence I can say here, is that it doesn’t have to be all or nothing.  Recycling even just a


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