Victor has been a radio and television personality since 1992
Publications featured in include:
- Cincinnati Enquirer
- Cincinnati Post
- Kentucky Post
- Louisville Courier Journal
- Eastside Weekend
- Everybody’s News
- The Downtowner
- Recorder Newspapers
- Cincinnati Magazine
- The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)
- Lore Magazine (National)
- WKRQ FM (Q102, top 40). “Psychic Thursday with Victor & Jill” weekly cohost. This lighthearted call-in show became Cincinnati’s top-rated morning show. 1996 – 1998.
- WYGY FM (Y96, country). Psychic for “Mystic Monday” weekly call-in show. 1999-2000.
- WKRC AM (550, talk radio). Regular guest since 1993.
WLW – Interviewed multiple times: Mike McConnell, Eddie Fingers, Scott Sloan, Sterling
- Multiple appearances on WVXU, WVMX, WSAI, WAIF. Interviewed on WEBN, WLW and WMUB.
“I was running on adrenaline for hours after our interview yesterday. It seems as if a vortex opens and we are transported to a different dimension when we communicate. Very powerful and inspiring. Such an honor to share that space with you and be part of such a magical & amazing process.”
Television – National:
- ABC’s “Barbara Walters’ The View.” Featured as an expert on ghosts and hauntings in October, 1998.
“Beyond Belief” with George Noory on Gaia TV
Television – Regional:
- Fox 19 in the Morning. Monthly guest and official psychic. Victor’s segment included call-in readings. 1997 & 1998.
- Fox 19 News. Several feature stories of Victor performing psychic investigations of some of Cincinnati’s most haunted buildings.
- Insight Cable Channel 6. Regular monthly guest for many years on “Northern Kentucky Magazine.”
“The List” (Daily National TV Show)
- Featured in many television news stories about psychic experiences.
Victor Paruta (above) is shown in a time exposure walking between portraits of Henrietta Adams Baker (left) and her daughter Margaretta Baker Hunt, who founded the Baker Hunt Foundation. This photo (credit to The Enquirer/Michael E. Keating) promoted a lecture that was held at the Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center in Covington, Kentucky.