I have lived in various areas of Michigan, Colorado and North Carolina. I travel often and have done paranormal investigations throughout the United States and multiple countries. I have to say my favorites in the U.S. are Moundsville Penetintary, in West Virginia, a small old western town in Colorado and New Orleans. As for other countries I very much enjoyed the collisium in Greece, Venice and the old ruins of Pompai.
I have been around the paranormal since the age of 10,my first preminition at age 11 (which I hated) followed by a near death experience at age 12. I tried to shut it off anything "paranormal" and "psychic" for many years but it just continued to come more often, so I decided to follow my passion. I have had experience with spirits, poltergeists and I'm sure living in a home that used to be the town hospital as a teen didn't help any, lol. I guess I come from the "old school" of thinking that the only reason to get in to investigation is because of the passion for it, the desire to help those living and dead and to find answers along the way. If you want a thrill go to the fake haunted houses and if it's fame, don't bother. it's sad to me that there are so many groups out here for the wrong reasons, TV has both hurt and helped. In my "old school" ways of thinking there were no official groups, only people who had the same desires and passions getting together to help others and you were known by your actual name. I was asked to start "official groups" due to my background although I would much rather be "old school" I feel it works much better, friends working together without egos or competition in the way.
My educational background consists of a BA in CJ, licensed in SW, MH, and Add. Counseling, along with teaching prisoners.