Delaware Paranormal Expo 2012
|Event Date/Time: May 04, 2012||End Date/Time: May 05, 2012|
Dave Schrader is the Host of Darkness Radio on Twin Cities News Talk 1130AM, the host of Darkness Events,co-author of the book, The Other Side (2009, Houghton Mifflin), heâ€™s been a contributor to TAPS Paramagazine (the official magazine of SyFyâ€™s Ghost Hunters show), heâ€™s lectured at many conferences in the United States and Canada, heâ€™s been featured on paranormal programs on Paranormal State on A&E and Ghost Adventures and was the Lead Judge on Paranormal Challenge on the Travel Channel, plus affiliates of ABC and NBC.
Bill Bean will be showing and discussing his documentary â€œHouse of the Deadâ€ which has been shown on channels including Discovery Channel and the SyFy Channel. Bill is the most famously haunted man in America. Heâ€™s a nationally known author, lecturer and media personality. His story has been presented on Discovery Channel, Coast to Coast Radio, SYFY Channel, along with many other shows as well. Bill has given hundreds interviews and is always in demand for lectures and appearances. Beanâ€™s book Dark Force has made a lasting impression, touching many people around the world.
David Roundtree will be giving a talk on the subject of Paranormal Technology. David Rountree has a masters in Electronic Engineering and is working on a doctorate in physics. He is an audio engineer and Acoustic Engineer (and member of the Audio Engineerig Society http://www.aes.org/aes/david-rountree ) and has done government work on psychoacoustics and non-lethal deterrents.
Keith Morrison will be discussing the topic of controlling the environment and the paranormal.
Keith Morrison is the Founder, Tech Manager, EVP Specialist, Lead Investigator for Complete Paranormal Services or C.P.S.. He has been dealing with paranormal activity throughout his life; since he was a child. These occurrences are the drive behind his quest to find answers and help others in dealing with and dissolving paranormal activity in their home or business. He has been investigating and helping others for many years; working with several churches and stepping in; on several occasions to help other paranormal investigation teams after they bit off more than they could chew. Keith has formed other paranormal teams in the past, but assembling a paranormal research team with the same dedication, and desire that he has was an undaunted challenge. Finding people with these same attributes, and diverse backgrounds, along with the desire of being part of one of the leading paranormal research teams is what led to the formation of CPS several years ago. For Keith: What started out as a hobby and desire has grown not only into a passion but has gone well beyond that, and is an obsession. The ability to bring about paranormal activity and then be able to dissolve it is what keeps Keith â€œReaching Out to the Othersideâ€.
John O'Neil will be discussing: Making Your Group Flourish as a 501 (3)(c) Organization
John Oâ€™Neil is the former president and current business manager for The Delaware Ghost Hunters, Delawareâ€™s premiere paranormal investigative team. He has successfully transformed a small paranormal team into a successful non-profit organization that conducts private and public investigations as well as many events that fund a support local historical sites. Under his guidance DGH has grown and flourished as an elite paranormal group. John has been interested in the paranormal for many years. He currently has degrees in nondestructive testing and organizational leadership. He is currently the Manager Ultrasonic Testing and Failure Analysis for a global gas supply company and an experienced root cause investigator and lead quality auditor.
Darren Holland will be talking about ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS: How they relate to paranormal phenomena, and the biological effects they can produce. Darren Holland is a certified paranormal investigator with the IGHS, and the director of the York County Paranormal Research Team. His drive to try and understand lifeâ€™s oddities began at a young age when he started reading everything he could get his hands on relating to science on the fringe and unusual occurrences. He began conducting formal investigations in 1994. Darrenâ€™s related fields of study include occult practices, theology, metaphysics, cryptozoology, ESP, telekinesis, psychic abilities, UFO and abduction phenomena, and quantum physics. Darren has spent over 15 years in the music industry where he honed his skills as a sound engineer and pro audio advisor. In recent years, Darren has focused his attention more to the technological and biological side of paranormal research which has led to working relationships with some of the fieldâ€™s most renowned engineers, physicists, and medical specialists. Today he can be found bench testing and field testing new technology from many of the fieldâ€™s most respected developers, as well as some of his own creations, and writing about them inPennsylvania Paranormal Magazine. His regular article in PPM titled â€œDead Technologyâ€ covers the latest technology and theories in the field of paranormal studies, gear reviews, interviews with engineers, and much more. His new book (also titled Dead Technology) is set to be released in late 2012. Darren serves as the technical consultant for the regionâ€™s first and only paranormal resource center and supply shop, Gear 51 (www.gear51.com), which specializes in first generation research equipment, educational programs, and serves as a networking outlet for the regional paranormal community.
Mark Sarro is the founder, lead investigator, and tech manager for Chester County Paranormal Research Society of C.C.P.R.S.. He has 10+ years experience as an audio engineer, experience in photography and videography as well as website design and implementation. Mark has had a life-long interest in the paranormal and created the group to investigate and document this activity in a way that will positively contribute to this field of study as a whole. His experience on the technical side of things allows him to develop and implement the protocols and procedures for using the gear in the field with the team.