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Jason McLeod was born and raised in Connecticut.  He attended Sacred Heart University, Eastern Washington University and Fairfield University. While attending SHU, he wrote the newspaper column ‘Hauntings’ for the Sacred Heart University Spectrum.

After transferring to Eastern Washington University, McLeod became a founding father and the first official Chapter President of the Washington Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.

While attending EWU he continued  his column ‘Hauntings’ for The Eastern Washington University Easterner Newspaper.  He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Letters and Social Sciences English-Creative Writing.

Because he was geographically closer, and since he was already a seasoned investigator for and close personal friend of world-famous ghost hunters the late Ed Warren and his wife Lorraine, they requested him to investigate a very serious case in Rathdrum, Idaho on their behalf.  While involved in the case, McLeod met two very in-tune and  powerful psychics: Barbara Doede and Valerie Crisp who not only participated and helped solve the case, but remain very close and dear personal friends and colleagues to this day.

The Rathdrum, Idaho Case turned out to be one of the most bizarre cases he had ever investigated and it is the subject of one of his next books.

There was such great interest on campus during and immediately following the investigation that McLeod formed and directed The Northwest Society for Paranormal Research where he taught weekly classes on campus to several dozen intrigued students who learned how to properly and safely investigate real haunted houses and how to identify paranormal activity for themselves

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