Well since it's not, I went to broadcasting school instead and became a D.J. for a while. Then back to school to pursue my career in heath promotion/education.
A few years ago I was super psyched to find a ghost hunting group to be a part of. As a team member on the Ghosts of New England Research Society (GONERS),
it's exhilarating being surrounded by like-minded people doing investigations and trying to figure out what the deal is with the afterlife and the never lived. Now I am so excited to have everything come full circle and combine my loves of broadcasting, educating, and all things ghost by co-hosting the Dead Tribe Paranormal podcast!
I never get bored hearing people's stories and trying to help out if possible.
I am much more skeptical of possible evidence than a lot of other ghost hunters and enthusiasts. I've witnessed how a normal sound like water dripping in one room can sound like a voice or whisper when caught on a recording device in another room. I've learned a little bit about physics involving light waves and sound waves and how a shadowy figure caught on camera could simply be the result of light bouncing off of surfaces that might not be obvious. I look forward to all the future interviews we will conduct with people in the paranormal field who will give us goosebumps as they share stories of the unexplained and those who will debunk as they shed light on occurrences that can be explained. Thanks for listening!