Twinsburg Paranormal Conference


Your host - Brian D. Parsons

Brian is the author of six books dealing with ghosts, cryptozoology, UFOS as well as his own "E4" Method of client based paranormal investigations. He is the host of the Paranormal News Insider radio show heard Tuesdays at 7 PM eastern live on WCJV Digital Broadcasting. He is the executive director of ParaNexus Anomalous Research Organization, director of Ohio Cryptid and works with a variety of other groups in Ohio and Pennsylvania. He is also the creator of Ohio which displays Ohio based paranormal groups that conduct client investigations. Brian lives in Twinsburg with his wife Amy.

Colin Schneider

Colin Schneider is one of the youngest active researchers in the United States, at only 16-years-old. He has been involved in cryptozoology and ufology since he was 13 after he visited the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine. A frequent attendee of conferences about the unexplained, Colin lectures at numerous events around Ohio and Pennsylvania. He also is a regional representative for the Centre for Fortean Zoology and the host of the Crypto-Kid radio show on the WCJV Digital Broadcasting Network. He can be contacted via email here and can be found online at Crypto-Kid blog and

Audrey Hamilton

Fortean Audrey Hamilton is the Northwest Pennsylvania contact person for Bigfoot and other Cryptid sightings for The Center for Cryptozoological Studies and the Center for Unexplained Events. She is a member and Page Administrator with the Erie UFO Sky Watch and is a film producer at Digging in the Dark Productions with Ghost Girl Films. Audrey is formerly a Member and Field Investigator with the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) as well as an Event Planner for the UFO Conference in Erie, Pennsylvania. While spending a great deal of time doing research on locations and events, she has become very passionate about finding out all she can on the UFO Incident that happened on July 31, 1966, at Beach 6 of Presque Isle State Park in Erie, PA, and has even met and spoken with two of the witnesses whose car had become stuck in the sand that fateful night. Audrey is so intrigued by this incident that she has decided to write a book about it.

Brandon Massullo

Brandon Massullo is a clinical therapist and parapsychologist residing in Northeast Ohio. He has graduate degrees in clinical counseling from the University of Toledo and psychological research methods from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, UK. His research at the University of Edinburgh centered on neurobiological correlates of ghostly encounters and he studied within the Koestler Parapsychology Unit at the University of Edinburgh under the supervision of author and international lecturer, Dr. Caroline Watt (Parapsychology: A Handbook for the 21st Century). Brandon has been fascinated by paranormal phenomena for 20 years and has been a participant and featured speaker in numerous paranormal forums and events, including the Parapsychological Association's 60th Anniversary Celebration. His research has been cited in parapsychological journals, newspaper articles, and mainstream books. Brandon's first book The Ghost Studies: New Perspectives of the Origins of Paranormal Experiences combines the thrill of reading real-life ghostly encounters and the satisfaction of new perspectives and insights into the cause of these thrilling encounters. Please visit Brandon's blog Haunted Theories for more research into ghosts, apparitions, and all things paranormal.

Ronald L. Murphy, Jr.

A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in literature, Mr. Murphy studied medieval history at the graduate level at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. His interests include acting, playwriting, and photography. Ron has published a number of books in fiction and non-fiction.

He is the co-host of Inside the Goblin Universe heard on the Paranormal UK Radio Network every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern and makes frequent appearances at many conferences and conventions on the east coast.

Scott Sukel

Scott Sukel is the former 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.

Amy Bue

Amy Bue is a mom, teacher, editor, aspiring novelist, and a cancer survivor with an enormous bucket list. As far as Bigfooting goes, she had her own sighting of something strange near Meander Reservoir in Mahoning County in 2012. This started her journey of learning about the history of Bigfoot in Ohio, and she began attending lectures to learn more about the subject.

In 2015, after many years of privately doing her own research, Amy was invited to join the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) as an investigator. Most of the witness reports she has investigated have been in Mahoning and Columbiana Counties, but she travels wherever the action is.

Since then, she spends as much time as she can in the woods. She's been on several private outings with friends from the Ohio Bigfoot Organization, but she solo camps frequently. She's traveled to New York State, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and throughout Ohio following up leads.

Amy has previously volunteered with Salt Fork State Park's Ohio Bigfoot Conference as well as the Hocking Hills Bigfoot Conference. Although she is no longer involved with those events, she still assists with Fathom Frontiers' Bigfoot Night Hikes at Salt Fork and Mohican State Parks, as well as their Salt Fork Bigfoot Adventure Weekends. Her friendship with Fathom Frontiers led to her becoming a financial contributor to two films on Bigfoot: "Minerva Monster" and "The Back 80".

Last summer, Amy was invited to The Olympic Project in Washington State where she joined such notable researchers as Derek Randles, Shelly Covington-Montana, Cliff Barackman, and Ron Morehead in looking for DNA evidence of Bigfoot on the Olympic Peninsula. She's explored Bigfoot hot spots in Southern Ohio with the Ohio Night Stalker's team of investigators, and has led night ops teams while on expedition in Kentucky. Amy will also be assisting with the Southern Ohio BFRO expedition being held this April.

Amy has shared her experiences on Monster X Radio, Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio, and in a Crypto Blast interview. She has reported for California's Bigfoot Times, and has been featured in several local news articles. She was a speaker at the Hill-Con convention in New Castle, Pennsylvania last year, and is looking forward to speaking at several local events throughout the coming year.

Greg Feketik

Greg grew up in Twinsburg graduating from RB Chamberlin HS in 1976. In 1982 he was hired as a Twinsburg police officer retiring in 2011 after 29 years of service. Greg is co-founder of Tri-C Ghost Hunters and has been studying and investigating the paranormal since 1991 when he conducted his first investigation at a private home in Twinsburg. Since then he has conducted over 250 investigations throughout the United States, Canada and Scotland. Some of his investigations and travels have taken him to some of the most haunted places in the world, including the Stanley Hotel in Colorado, the Crescent Hotel in Arkansas, Waverly Hills Sanitarium in Kentucky, and the Edinburgh Vaults in Scotland just to name a few. Greg published his first book, Insights into the Unknown: A Ghost Hunter's Journey in 2015 and has written chapters for Amazing Paranormal Encounters Vol. 3 & Vol. 4 and Encounters with the Paranormal Vol. 3. Greg is currently writing his second book titled Roads into the Unknown: A Ghost Hunter's Journey Continues which should be published by the end of this year.

Greg is currently one of the Ghost Hunt Leads at the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio and the Ghost Hunt Manager for the Old St. Joseph Hospital in Lorain, Ohio.

Aaron Clark

Aaron is the Co-Director for the Cleveland UFOlogy Project which was founded in 1952.