My favorite case was, hands down, “Pet Cemetery”, which we filmed in season 1. Before we got to the location I remember sitting in the hotel room with Eilfie telling her “something doesn’t want us there”. Subjective, but it was a very overwhelming feeling that I couldn’t shake. That feeling seemed to be shared with everyone on our team (cast and crew) when we arrived on location. It was a constant feeling of “I shouldn’t be here”.
The case at first didn’t seem to be anything to worry about, we honestly thought there would be nothing going on or that, at best, it was a “mom and pop” haunting. We were wrong.
I don’t know what was worse for my parents, to have their daughter go away to college and say, “I want to be an actor” or “I want to be a paranormal investigator”. Although, neither took them by surprise. I guess many people saw me going in this direction, as I was always the girl at the sleep over who brought the Ouija board and acted out elaborate ghost stories until my other friends, with frightful tears in their eyes, had to call their parents and ask to be picked up. That was me. As I was working on my degrees in Theatre and Integrative arts I spent many hours studying to be an investigator with PRS. I just always had a fascination with the paranormal. I don’t know what it was that jumpstarted my passion for this field, but I would say the fact that my parents kept buying haunted houses and moving our family into them had something to do with it. I guess I just really wanted answers to what I had experienced as a child. Not many of my friends would let me talk about my experiences or about the paranormal books I’ve read for fear that just hearing a story would attract some horribly mangled ghost to their bed side.