Emma Loggins is the founder and editor of the popular entertainment site FanBolt.com where she updates daily on the latest entertainment news, her opinions on current happenings in the media, screening/filming opportunities, and more. The site, which Emma also designed and developed by herself, currently has over 130,000 members, receives an average of 1 million hits per month, and has given away over $200,000 in movie and television related contests. FanBolt is Emma’s pride and joy, and has allowed her to meet and interview numerous influential members of the entertainment industry.
Over the years, Emma has interviewed over 300 celebrities including Donald Trump, Simon Cowell, Johnny Depp, Tim Burton, Kiefer Sutherland, Joss Whedon, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ryan Reynolds, Bruce Campbell and other cast members from films/shows such as Lost, Falling Skies, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, Archer, Burn Notice, Chuck, Glee, Bones, Fringe, True Blood, Community, MythBusters, and Twilight.
Due to her involvement in the world of fandom, Emma was asked to become a contributing writer for CNN’s Geek Out Blog in 2011. Since she has written multiple articles which have been syndicated worldwide on topics such as sci-fi, fantasy, movies, and television.
I was always a fan of the paranormal and had grown up with such programs as X-Files and Roswell. In 2004, I visited Roswell, NM for the first time to attend their crash festival. The stories of the lives touched by this incident forever changed me and solidified my belief that Roswell did indeed happen. Believing that it was just a weather balloon is, in my opinion, an insult to the lives that were forever haunted with what the saw and heard in the summer of ’47.
It’s important that we not let these stories slip into the graves of their storytellers – forever silenced and never heard. It’s time people ask questions and demand answers, and my personal mission to help accomplish just that.
Since I’ve visited two more UFO festivals in Roswell, NM as well as other UFO hotspots – one of them being ET Highway in Nevada which passes close by Area 51. I look forward to being able to contribute to this field, and I deeply enjoy the friendships I’ve made with the wonderful individuals who also share in the quest for knowledge and truth in this area.
- Emma Loggins