Guest Blog: Living the Dream
When I was first asked to write as a guest blogger, I didn't know where to start or what to say. What I do know is I have led a life of following dreams. So, I guess having done that now for the better part of 15 years, it has led me to join forces and collaborate on some "in the work" projects with an incredible group of people, who you may know as Detroit Paranormal Expeditions. I can't say I've always had an interest in the unknown, unexplained or paranormal. It all began
Guest Blog: Leave the Paranormal
Well, you always want a headline that grabs attention right? However, this time I am quite serious. Let's start at the beginning. I did my first "official" investigation at 16 years old in Dudleytown, CT. I am now 42 years old. I've struggled with depression, anxiety, booze, insomnia, self-esteem issues... you name it! Here comes the question: Was my involvement in the paranormal the root of these problems? No. Did my involvement in the paranormal possibly exacerbate them?
Museum of Mysteries: Investigating Iron County Historical Museum
Where do I begin? As Jeff and I prepared for this investigation, we were facing an 18 hour roundtrip drive and hoping the experience would prove to be worth the trip. I can honestly say it was one of the most active locations I've been to yet, and everyone we had the privilige of meeting was friendly and welcoming. The museum itself reminded us of a smaller version of the Henry Ford Museum. Thousands and thousands of artifacts from the Iron County area. The staff members have
In Focus: Detroit Masonic Temple Through My Lens
We had the privilege of investigating the Detroit Masonic Temple in February 2017. The Detroit Masonic Temple is the largest Masonic Temple in the world, with 1,037 rooms adorned in lavish neo-gothic style. Construction began in 1920 and the temple was opened in 1926. The Masonic Temple is one of many locations in Detroit that boasts a rich architecture and contains many stories of Michigan's history. As a photographer, I see the world differently than most people. I see mo