WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INVESTIGATION?
Milwaukee Public Museum.
I’ve always had a soft place in my heart for MPM, and being able to spend the night in there was wonderful. The museum has a lot of good memories for me from when I was a child, so it was almost like spending the night with an old friend.
WHAT IS YOUR DREAM INVESTIGATION?
There would probably be a few. I would LOVE to get onto the Gorman property in Utah featured in the book “Hunt for the Skinwalker” because there’s obviously something incredibly interesting happening there.
The Queen Mary would be fantastic as well, due mainly to the history of the vessel and the reported level of activity there.
Gettysburg would be amazing to see and visit, just for the historical aspect. And Bobby Mackey’s would be interesting as well due to the groups history there, as well as the reported levels of activity.
What made you choose PIM over all the other groups out there?
To me, PIM is the only group (at least that I’ve seen or heard about) that is serious about investigating and learning, instead of hyperbole and sensationalistic nonsense.
My favorite program was one called “Sightings” that was on back in the 90’s. It took more of a serious approach to the paranormal, especially for the time period. More recently, I really enjoy Josh Gates, whether it’s on reruns of “Destination Truth” or “Expedition Unknown”.
Books is a tricky subject. Far too many are focused on the ridiculous, but one I enjoyed was “Hunt for the Skinwalker” by Colm Kelleher and Journalist George Knapp. The Skinwalker Ranch, and the inception of Robert Bigelow’s National Institute of Discovery Science (NIDS) is something that is endlessly fascinating to me.
As far as websites go, I’ve listened to Coast to Coast AM since I was a teenager, so httpss://www.coasttocoastam.com/ is probably what I check out the most. If you take the time to Wade through the chaff, occasionally you’ll find an amazing guest or topic.
I have an incredibly varied and deep store of useless facts and stories relating to the paranormal.