Hi all. It's been some time since I've posted, so I figured I'd fill you all in with some of the odder goings-on in my life as a professional paranormal investigator.
Several months ago, a woman named Gabriella reached out to me regarding paranormal activity on Roosevelt Island, whether or not I, or anyone I knew, had ever experienced anything there. Having only been to the island twice for the last two Fourth of July celebrations, I had an unfortunate dearth of information for her, but I offered to independently investigate any claims of activity that she encountered on her forays into the claims of paranormal activity in pursuit of writing a book about that little strip of land between Manhattan and Queens. I offered to have her along on whichever investigations my team and I perform on the island. She agreed, and thus I now have a professional writer on my paranormal investigation team.
Gabriella learned of me during my first-ever lecture at Colonnade Row, and contacted me as the only paranormal investigator that she knows. She has written about the editing side of the film industry for 20+ years and has written many books on the subject.
We met for coffee to further discuss plans, ways and methods of investigation shortly after we exchanged a few emails, and she was gracious enough to offer to chronicle my and my team's adventures in this most unusual pursuit of ours, with the aim of cobbling them together into a book eventually, and I enthusiastically agreed.
The investigation of the Octagon on Roosevelt Island is now in the works, and I will of course keep the site updated as more information comes in.
If anyone has any comments, complaints or criticisms, I'm always open. Send me an email any time.
Finally, we've joined the 21st century and have created Instagram and Twitter accounts, in addition to our facebook page.
If anyone is interested in becoming part of my team and delving into the unknown, drop me a line.
Hello all. I've just started a GoFundMe campaign to get some paranormal investigation gear for the group. The link can be found here:
Any contributions would be appreciated. Thank you!
Hi, all. This is my first blog entry since creating this website, and I'm almost not sure how to go about it. Since I started investigating professionally in August, my life has been an amazing whirlwind of unexpected publicity and creating opportunities to ply my trade.
First and foremost, I just wanna say that meeting Corey Schneider of New York Adventure Club has seriously changed my life. Through him, I've been able to give lectures on the paranormal to fascinating and receptive audiences, which has in turn also allowed me to make contacts with people who are both like-minded to me and those of a more skeptical bent, both of which are crucial to the furtherance of this field of study. I can't thank him enough!
In recent weeks, I've been cited as a paranormal expert on NYC by Reader's Digest, have been a guest on a quirky yet cool podcast called Pod Awful for their Halloween special, and have been privileged enough to perform investigations on some of NYC's me famed haunts, with several more in the pipeline. I'm pretty much living my dream life right now. Thank you to all who have been part of this incredible journey. There's so much more to come!
Pod Awful Awfulween podcast. NSFW!!!
Reader's Digest top 6 haunted places in America