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In 2004, Steven started Missouri Paranormal Research which he later changed the name to The Paranormal Task Force. In 2007, Steven left the group to work on private investigations and research. He was the first to investigate these locations and is responsible for putting them onto the paranormal map. These locations include, The Union Screaming House, Zombie Road, The Pythian Castle, Enochs Knob, Tri County Truck Stop, The Morse Mill Hotel, and he was the first investigator to be allowed to investigate some of the locations from the famed St. Louis Exorcist case which also included a location that only he has been able to investigate that some call the paranormal Holy Grail.Steven has been a featured guest on several radio stations across the US, the UK, Canada, Asia, and parts of South Africa.Steven was interviewed by CNN in September 2013.In October of 2006, "Fear House" premiered as the first show of the third season on the Discovery Channels, "A Haunting."Steven is also a published author. His short story was published by Barnes and Noble in 2006. In 2008, “The Uninvited” was released by Llewellyn Worldwide as a major project. The book received critical acclaim finding its way onto many “best of” lists." He has been a featured guest on Fox News Mike & Juliet Show, Fox News, NBC News, CBS News, the Discovery Channel, plus many more including his starring appearance in the Booth Brothers documentaries "Children of the Grave." and "The Possessed." Steven has also completed a documentary for the Fifth Season DVD release of Warner Home Videos Supernatural, the popular television series about two brothers that hunt demons.Steven has finished writing his next book, a sequel to "The Uninvited," and a screenplay for his book "Crazy." Steven's new book "Blessed Are The Wicked" will be released in September 2014.
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