I have always been curious about the paranormal. I remember my first experience that really made me want to see more. I was in New Orleans, Louisiana and went on a walking ghost tour with some colleagues. We were standing on a street corner looking at one of the supposedly haunted buildings. The next thing I knew I was watching a woman, dressed in period clothing, ride a bike around the corner and disappear down the street! It was an such an amazing sight that I had to verify it with the other ghost tour guests. Only a handful of people saw her! However, the most intriguing part of the whole experience was the fact that there was no sound. No one heard her ride by. No one heard the sound of the tires on the pavement. It was so surreal. After that, I had to see more.
Over the past couple years, I have had the opportunity to witness many amazing situations. I am a true believer, but always look at each as a learning experience and an opportunity to find answers about the unknown. My goal as an investigator is to help people understand and embrace the paranormal. I enjoy finding answers whether they are paranormal or not. Helping people is what I do best...especially since I am a middle school math teacher!
I've recently been accepted as a member of IN NOMINE PARANORMAL RESEARCH. I look forward to working with them in my quest to learn more about the field of Paranormal Research. Each and every paranormal experience is a story to be told. It will be interesting to see how the story unfolds...