The following are investigators I have worked with and highly respect in the field reading their research and contributions to the field of Psychical research, parapsychology or ITC. 
[learn_more caption=”Lloyd Auerbach”] is Director of the Office of Paranormal Investigations and was the President of the Psychic Entertainers Association from 2001-2005. He was also a consulting editor and columnist for FATE Magazine, and helped to launch a Certificate Program in Paraspychological Studies with HCH Institute in Lafayette, CA in 2005. He is an author and performer, performing as “Professor Paranormal” for private parties, and has also made appearances on shows like Dead Famous, Criss Angel: MindFreak, and several others.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Adam Blai”] is a well-known Demonologist and Psychologist who focuses on demonology under the Roman Catholic Church. He has frequently appeared on the Darkness on the Edge of Town radio broadcasts and is often available to answer questions. He has appeared as a guest on Chris Fleming’s Spirit Talk and is also a photographer and artist.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Patrick Burns”] is the founder of Ghost Hounds Paranormal Investigators Network, a website that gets of 500,000 views monthly and is the largest paranormal research group in the south east United States. In 2005, Patrick was cast in the Court TV show Haunting Evidence and is also the creator, producer, director, and host of the web-based series Haunted.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Tom & Lisa Butler”] are experts in the field of Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP). They took over the leadership of the American Association – Electronic Voice Phenomena (AA-EVP) in 2000, turning it into a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization and since then have established a website archiving NewsJournal issues (the newsletter of the AA-EVP) and hosting a discussion board and various other EVP resources. The Butlers also authored the book There is No Death and There Are No Dead and helped to promote the movie White Noise. Both Butlers have a background in metaphysics, with Lisa holding a BA in psychology and Tom holding a BS in electronics engineering.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Mark & Debby Constantino”] are a husband and wife team that investigates the paranormal and specializes in Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP). The Constantinos have participated in numerous paranormal conventions and investigations and live in Nevada with their children.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Tim Harte”] is one of the co-founders of the MESA project, a portable acquisition and analysis system that simultaneously measures a variety of energies commonly associated with haunting phenomena. Tim has participated in more than fourteen different scientific ghost investigations and lives in Springfield, Illinois where he is the American Ghost Society representative for Southeastern Illinois & Western Indiana.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Pamela Heath”]is an author and paranormal consultant. She holds a M.D. from the University of Texas and a Psy.D. in Parapsychology. Pamela has published numerous books on parapsychology and is a full member of the Parapsychological Association. She has appeared with Chris Fleming in both the “Al Capone and the Mob” and “Rita Hayworth” episodes of Dead Famous.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Garrett Husveth”] was a court-approved Forensic Examiner dealing with digital media. With a background in forensics, software development and computer systems design and security, he applied the latest technologies to the group’s field research. Mr. Husveth first began investigating paranormal phenomenon in the late 1980’s. After meeting Al Rauber in 1990, he became interested in Electronic Voice Phenomena and stringent scientific approaches to psychical research. He has been featured in print throughout New Jersey and has either appeared on or consulted for TV shows dealing with the paranormal, including The History Channel’s “Haunted History” series, The Travel Channel, and FOX Networks as well as various independently produced documentaries and local NJ television stations. (DECEASED) [/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Peter James”] is a has been hunting ghosts since 1980 and has worked as a psychic for just as long. He spent 8 seasons as a psychic on the tv show Sightings, and has often conducted tours on the haunted ship Queen Mary. He has a DVD called The Ghosts of the Queen Mary and is also the author of the bookHeaven Can You Hear Me. Peter recently passed away last year 2007 and will be continue to be remembered and honoured in our hearts and souls for all he has done for this field. (DECEASED)[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Janice Oberding”] is a paranormal researcher with over thirty years of experience and the author of six books. She has taught many classes at colleges and universities in the state of Nevada and specializes in haunted places within the state. Janice has consulted for the History Channel and has appeared on numerous radio shows and TV stations, including The Travel Channel, Fox Television, and Living TV.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Richard Senate”] is the author of several books on psychic research. He has been researching ghosts and haunted locations since 1978 and has visited hundreds of purportedly haunted places. He has appeared in the 1989 Search for Haunted Hollywood and on four episodes of Dead Famous.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Dan Sturgis”] is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he received the Spencer Tracy Scholarship and Charles Jehlinger Award for best actor. A childhood interest in ghosts and an interest in Civil War history led Dan to researching haunted locations. He focuses most of his interest into the many theories behind haunting phenomena and investigative techniques. He is co-founder of the Historic Paranormal Research group in NYC. Dan has investigated some of NYC’s most notoriously haunted locations including the Belasco Theatre, The Ed Sullivan Theatre (home of the Letterman show) and is conducting on ongoing investigation at The Merchants House Museum. Dan has been written about in all of NY’s papers and magazines including The New Yorker and The Daily News and has appeared on The Late Show With David Letterman as well as many other programs dealing with the paranormal. He has worked as a paranormal consultant for Spike TV, A&E and CBS’s, “The Ghost Whisperer.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”Barry Taff”] holds a doctorate is psychophysiology from UCLA. He has studied telepathy, remote viewing, poltergeists, and other paranormal events at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute where he worked as a research associate from 1969 to 1978. His work has been published in numerous journals and magazines and he holds six medical patents.[/learn_more]
[learn_more caption=”John Zaffis”] has been studying the paranormal for more than thirty years. He has worked with Ed and Lorraine Warren, his uncle and aunt, and with exorcists like Bishop Robert McKenna and Malachi Martin. John has appeared in shows like the Discovery Channel productions A Haunting in Connecticut and Little Lost Souls. He is also an author and spends time lecturing at colleges and universities.[/learn_more]

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