She’s best known for her role on A&E’s hit series Paranormal State, in which she worked on hundreds of cases of unexplained supernatural phenomena and interviewed thousands of witnesses with the world-renowned Paranormal Research Society (PRS) from 2006-2011.A graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, Weidman has been working professionally as a paranormal researcher and investigator since 2006, but her passion for the supernatural began when she was a child living in historic Bucks County, Penn., where many locations are said to be haunted.According to Destination America’s page on team will also be locked down at several reportedly haunted locations that have never been covered on television before, and some of them have never been investigated by any paranormal teams.“As valued fixtures of the paranormal community, Nick and Katrina have years of thrilling investigation under their belts and join the Destination America family with huge support from their fans,” said Jane Latman, general manager of Destination America.Groff is also the author of the book Chasing Spirits: The Building of the Ghost Adventures Crew.Katrina’s Bio: Katrina Weidman is paranormal researcher and investigator, host, producer, and lecturer. She joined PRS in 2006 along with Heather and became the team’s interviewer as well as an investigator.
She’s just the same as we would be in her shoes; curious, cautious, often times brave and sometimes scared.“Overnight explorations are a staple of ghost hunting, but ‘Paranormal Lockdown’ supersizes the suspense in a round-the-clock, multi-day investigation that has never been conducted before on a paranormal TV series.” “Living with the dead was a whole new experience for me and Katrina, giving us the opportunity to document some incredibly enticing evidence about the afterlife that we can’t wait to reveal to ‘Paranormal Lockdown’s’ viewers,” added Groff. Tenney set out to prove that portals, gateways or even wormholes could exist at certain sites, and could be connecting our reality to alternate realities or even to different dimensions in time and space.After a near-death experience he had as a child, Nick Groff developed a fascination with the paranormal. The show featured paranormal investigators that, like Nick, at one time in their lives had a near-death experience. Although the episodes were riveting and at times downright frightening, unfortunately the series wasn’t picked up for another season.The documentary served as a pilot for the Ghost Adventures television series that debuted in 2008 on Travel Channel.Groff was an Executive Producer, co-host, and investigator on seasons 1-10. Back in 2010, I was lucky enough to interview Katrina for a magazine that, unfortunately, fell on hard times, so the interview was never published.When Dead Time comes around (Dead Time begins at 3 a.m., when spirit activity is purported to be at its most potent), you can be sure Katrina will be sitting vigil, calling out to any spirits in the room, inviting them to make a noise or touch her hand, with nothing but her Katrina Cam for company.pair include Amy Bruni and Adam Berry as they investigate the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.Nick Groff once encountered a shadow figure at the asylum, and is back to unearth more evidence.94 pages (Horror) pdf format Discuss this script on the Discussion Board#747 by S.Aleksov (curse)A single mother, Zoe and her daughter move into a new house - only to discover that it is also home to another mysterious entity.George Noory, syndicated radio host of Coast to Coast AM, heard on nearly 600 radio stations nightly, created Paranormal Date, after seeing a need from his massive, loyal audience.Noory says, I keep hearing the same thing at speaking events around the country, “George, I need a place to meet people of like-mind, that understand me and my interests.” From that, was born!Like her , working hundreds of cases and interviewing thousands of witnesses during the investigations.