Consultants

This page is dedicated to the consultants in which we work with closely on a regular basis.

 

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Casey Goodwin

Co-Founder & Lead Investigator of Oregon Paranormal

As a SoCal native, I got my start in the early ’90s chasing haunts and local legends in my hometown of Whittier, California. Spending many nights staked out at abandoned homes with sordid pasts, I eventually made my way to other notorious locations in and around the city of angels. In 1994 I relocated to Clackamas, Oregon where I continued to study paranormal phenomena, but in the form of books by such notables as William Roll, Loyd Auerbach, Hanz Holzer and Barry Taff.

In January of 2009 I co-founded Oregon Paranormal with my good friend Scott Riedel. Our purpose was not only to help move the field forward by testing theories and developing new investigative techniques. It was also about helping families and individuals who had been dealt a sometimes terrifying hand. Since forming Oregon Paranormal I’ve conducted a number of investigations between residential, commercial, and historical sites, including joint investigations with others teams and independent researchers throughout the Pacific Northwest. My continued mission is to accurately research, investigate and document claims of the paranormal, and to someday unlock the mystery of life after death.

Visit his website: www.oregonparanormal.com

 

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William Becker

Researcher/Investigator of Paranormal Insights

A lifelong (seeing his first full bodied apparition at age 8) paranormal enthusiast and experienced paranormal investigator, William combines his love of history (bachelor’s degree in history) and psychic abilities to allow people inside the world of ghosts, hauntings, and other paranormal beings with his haunted hotspots classes, guided ghost tours, and paranormal investigation classes.  The emphasis of all of his work is respectful communication and understanding of the beings and worlds around us.

As a psychic medium, William helps others integrate spirituality into their everyday lives through psychic development classes, past and between life readings, and psychic life coaching. The more we know of the beings and worlds around us, the better we know how to more fully experience and live life.  He also works with clients reading their haunted locations, both in person and remotely, with clients all over the U.S. and in the U.K. He writes a blog, has his own monthly magazine column, and has hosted or been a guest on several web radio programs. His focus is to respect, understand, and communicate with paranormal entities. You can read his monthly column, “Inside the Psychic Mind” in the Paranormal Underground Magazine.  This column explores a variety of his thoughts, understandings and insights developed through his research and direct experience. His blog covers a range of ideas that relate to the paranormal community and cover topics such as ethics, to current activity and the nature of paranormal entities. You can link to his blog on the home page of his web site or through the link below.

Visit his website:  www.paranormalinsights.net

 

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Michael White

Team Lead Researcher/Investigator of PRI

Michael’s interest in the paranormal began at age seven with his first paranormal encounter where he was thrown across a room by an unseen entity. His paranormal interests include research into hauntings, ESP, PK, OBE experiences, UFO’s, and cryptozoology. Having served in the military for 21 years, Michael utilizes his experience with surveillance and data collection in the pursuit of researching the unknown.

Visit his website: www.pri-wa.com

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Jay Verburg

Director of Historical Research of Oregon Paranormal

Jay Verburg began his unexpected paranormal journey as one of the two Greenhorn miners on SyFy’s Ghost Mine. With a passion for the Old West, he has been casually exploring ghost towns and abandoned locations, striving to discover historically relevant areas for the past 15 years. His fascination with history and the gold that still runs through the mountains of Eastern Oregon unexpectedly led him to the small town of Sumpter. It was there, just few years later, he would find himself not only working as a hard rock miner, but witnessing events that have led him to an entirely new journey — paranormal research.

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