Pat Bussard O'Keefe

Brian Parsons

Joe Chin

May 19 and 20 2017

Adam is a paranormal investigator, but not just any paranormal investigator. What makes him different? He’s in a wheelchair, but his condition didn’t slow him down, it just forced him to develop creative alternatives. Throughout his life, he never let anything stop him or prevent him from achieving his goals. Often considered a “rolling trigger object” he uses his unique position to his advantage when investigating. Adam has spoken at many conventions and events and hopes to continue raising awareness, and showing the world that anything is possible. He created and copyrighted a wheelchair bound ghost named Glider, who represents him and others with disabilities. Glider is a symbol that there are no limitations to those who truly believe. It’s how he rolls!'

Author, producer, director, composer, production designer of films, TV and docs.

Production company at Destination America
Film Producer at Discovery
Film Producer at Syfy
Producer/Director at Chiller TV
Producer at Spooked Tv, SyFy, Sony Pictures
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Producer (music) at Sony Pictures Entertainment
CEO & Founder at SpookedTV
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CEO/Producer at Spooked Television Productions
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Producer (music) at Sony Pictures
Publisher at Warner/Chappell Music
Designer at Apple Inc.
Music Composer at Disney
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Former Producer Director at TwinTalk Entertainment
Former Producer Director at SyFy, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures
Former Wardrobe Stylist at JCPenney
Former Producer (music) at Sony Pictures Television

Former Programmer at Microsoft
Former Production Designer/Art Director at Playboy International

Adam Bonnett

Brian D. Parsons has been a paranormal researcher and investigator since 1996. His first group, Ohio Paranormal Investigation Network, went defunct in 2011 but he maintains the website (GhostHelp.Net) as an education resource for groups and clients alike. He has worked with a variety of groups over the years including; MUFON, Crypto Squad USA, Sasquatch Research Initiative, Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society, Pennsylvania Cryptozoology Society, Cleveland UFOlogy Project, and ParaNexus Anomalous Research Association. In 2014 Brian became the Executive Director of ParaNexus Anomalous Research Association. Brian is also the creator of and is the voice of the Paranormal News Insider heard on WCJV Digital Broadcasting every Tuesday at 7 PM eastern.

Brian has authored five books. The first four centers on paranormal group operation as well as his unique client-centered investigation process called the “E4” Method. His latest effort, “Handbook for the Amateur Cryptozoologist” was released in 2015 with a foreword from Loren Coleman.

Brian has appeared on numerous internet radio shows, at paranormal conferences and conventions, as well as his own events where he speaks on a variety of paranormal and anomalous subjects. He holds a Ph.D. in Metaphysical Humanistic Science from the Institute of Metaphysical Humanistic Science and is a licensed wedding officiant in the state of Ohio.

Scott Sukel is the Ghost Hunt Manager and Historian at the Ohio State Reformatory. A paranormal investigator since 1993, his cases have ranged from the mundane to the malevolent. He has been called to consult in numerous investigations around the world, investigate for celebrities, and assist the Catholic Church. He describes himself as a “skeptical believer.” He has experienced more than enough to know that there is something out there. But also knows that not everything bump in the night is the spirit of Aunt Betsy. With his years of experience, he strives to understand what affects paranormal activity levels. With his position at the Reformatory he has been able to study the cycles that occur, experiment with various methods, test new equipment and ideas, and study the types of people that are more likely to experience the paranormal. He has been seen on Ghost Adventures, Ghost Hunters Academy, My Ghost Story, Ghost Asylum, and Nat Geo’s Secret America: Ghosts. He’s also appeared in numerous newspapers and books


Scott Sukel

Allen Marston grew up in a small town in southern Virginia. His interest in the paranormal began as a young child after hearing stories that his parents told him of experiences that they had with sightings of UFO’s and Ghosts. He started reading everything he could get his hands on about all aspects of the paranormal, thanks to his mother. Little did he know that his little hobby that he had would flourish into the love for the field that he has now.  Allen is co-founder of Apocalyptic Paranormal Investigation and Research based out of historic Appomattox, Virginia. He was a board of director, as well as a senior representative for the National Paranormal Society until 2016, when he left to focus on some personal theories and endeavors. Allen has been a guest on a few paranormal podcasts but enjoys spending time with friends on an up and coming podcast known as The Paranormal Sideshowthe most

Allen is a professional firefighter, fire inspector, Hazardous Materials Specialist, and a certified Class “A” contractor. He uses the skills that he has learned in these fields to look at possibilities that many may have missed or not thought of. He tries to eliminate all real possibilities before even beginning to turn to the paranormal possibility, even though he knows there are things that may never be explained.

Susan Swaitek

Pat Bussard O'Keefe is a writer, photographer, psychic medium, and paranormal investigator. These artistic and psychic-oriented pursuits give her a unique and personal perspective on the paranormal. She travels regularly into the dark landscape of the supernatural to record and preserve stories of the otherworld through photographs and words (

A former journalist, as well as an author, her published works have woven words between the covers and across the pages of magazines, books and newspapers. Her column HAUNTED AMERICA was a regular feature in GHOST VOICES MAGAZINE, the premier magazine in the U.K. focusing on ghosts and haunting activity. She also wrote a regular column for THE LOAFER, an arts and entertainment magazine. Her column titled WEIRD WORLD, focused on the people and issues impacting the world (or the otherworld) of the paranormal. She also wrote for HAUNTED TIMES MAGAZINE, where her column, THE EVIDENCE LOCKER, covered investigations at historic and interesting haunted locations across the country. These media outlets are in addition to a number of other magazines from around the world in which her work was featured.

In addition to her writing, Pat's photographs have appeared in and on the covers of a number of dark non-fiction, fiction, and literary magazines. Her most recent magazine photographs include photo spreads in HAUNTED AFTER DARK MAGAZINE and HAUNTED DIGITAL MAGAZINE. Her dark photography has also been featured on the covers of such diverse magazines as the prestigious literary magazine THE PEDESTAL and TWISTED DREAMS MAGAZINE. Her work has been described as, "catching the haunted soul of a location in a moment of transitioning shadow and light, forcing it to reveal its true image." She is currently working on a series of photos for author Ronda Caudill's book about the historic and haunted Nickerson Snead House in Glade Spring, Virginia.

In addition to photographing and writing for hundreds of nonfiction articles and stories published under her byline, she has also authored and illustrated two books with her photography. The latest of those books is The Ghosts of St. Albans Sanatorium. Her next book is a chapbook of poetry, Boneyard Voice: Poems and Photographs from the Edge of Darkness. The chapbook is slated for release later this year.

Pat is the co-founder of a team of paranormal investigators, The Descendants of Avalon and was the founder of The Ghost Writers. Part of the mission of the team is to record and preserve stories of paranormal importance.

Allen Marston


When Betty and Barney Hill's Interrupted Journey exploded onto the scene in 1966, Susan Swiatek was hooked on the UFO and abduction mystery. Even as a child, she sensed the serious nature of the story the Hillsput forth regarding their close encounter with a "flying saucer." She organized the 1999 MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) Symposium near Washington, DC which had 600+ attendees over two days. She has lectured widely and been interviewed on Coast to Coast. Sue holds an art degree and has created artwork for several book projects such as Richard Hall's The UFO Evidence–Part II and the Extraterrestrial Encyclopedia compiled by Ron Story. She was a consultant on Grassroots UFOs(by Michael Swords), as well as Delphos(by Ted Phillips and Jennie Zeidman), creating the cover for the Delphos project. Susan has served as the MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) Virginia State Director since 2001 and is active with the Fund for UFO Research. Her husband Rob serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the Fund and is on the business Board for MUFON.

Joe Chin stars on SCI FI Channel's "Ghost Hunters International."  He is also known for his work on  Surviving Evidence  and Ghost Hunters .

Joe Chin, a self-described "happy go lucky guy," grew up in a close-knit family of 11 and worked primarily with the family's businesses. His interests in paranormals date back to his teenage years. Growing up, Joe remembers that the third floor of his tenement house was always lively with instances of unexplained paranormal activity. And although he experienced the supernatural as a youngster, he had no idea that people looked for the paranormal.

until he met Jason Hawes. Months after meeting Jason, he was asked to join the group and several cases later he is still a part of the thriving team.
"Joining Ghost Hunters International has given me the opportunity to travel the world and push my passion for the paranormal to new levels," said Joe.
Since joining the team, Joe has cultivated what he refers to as a "skeptical curious side," that spurs him to want to get to the bottom of things. He also relates this innate curiosity to being a computer technician, a trade he delves into in his spare time. When working with computers he always has to figure out what the problem is and how to resolve it as quickly as possible—similar to the work that he and the other ghost hunters do.
When he isn't investigating cases, Joe enjoys computer gaming, movies, outdoor activities, learning about crypto zoology and spending time with his family.

Christopher Saint Booth