Karl Pfeiffer (right) is a writer, ghost hunter, lecturer and college kid. He worked with various paranormal investigative teams across Colorado and in 2009 was cast on and later won the first season of Ghost Hunters Academy, and afterward worked with the Ghost Hunters International team. He is a staff writer for the TAPS ParaMagazine, and speaks at events and conferences across the nation. He lives in Fort Collins, Colorado where he's at work on various writing projects and attends Colorado State University where he pursues Creative Writing and Religious Studies.You can find more on www.karlpfeiffer.com and say hey on Twitter @KarlPfeiffer.
Erin Lilley (right) is a producer with the the production company, Fighting Owl Films, which has produced paranormal films The Night Shift and the upcoming Jersey Devil Expeditions. Lilley writes the production diary for the film, which was filmed in Mobile, Ala. Follow Lilley's and Fighting Owl's work on Facebook and Twitter (@NightShiftMovie).
Frank Cinelli aka "Dr. Spectre" (left) is a holistic health care practitioner based in Bangor, Pa. He is also a paranormal investigator and co-founder of Groupspectre.com, and utilizes his career knowledge to explore the effects of the paranormal on the human body. He has contributed to TAPS ParaMagazine and writes the "Ask Dr. Spectre" health column. Follow him on Twitter @DrSpectre
Gracie Oliver (right) is a Vet Technician and video game writer from Brea, Calif. A self-described "uber-nerd at heart," Gracie likes napping, going to concerts and hanging with friends when not plugged into her various game platforms (with Xbox 360 being her favorite). if i am not hanging with friends,working, or napping i am usually playing video games. She also wants you to know that the best band ever is Circa Survive. Follow her on Twitter @GracieLOLiver.
Denise Purvis (left) has an affinity with the paranormal sparked with 1980s films such as The Lost Boys, The Shining and Silver Bullet. She still claims that Kiefer Sutherland as a vampire is tougher than anyone that sparkles in the sunlight. As a die hard horror and supernatural fan, she has seen most movies released in the last 20 years relating to both. She says when it came down to deciding whether or not to watch The Human Centipede, it was a tough decision; needless to say, what you have seen cannot be unseen, and she'd rather leave it at that. Follow her on Twitter at @BlatantNerd.
Amy Kates (right) says it all started for her at T.J. Maxx. Armed with a fabulous steal — a Michael Kors trench for $130! — Amy rolled her eyes at a copy of Twilight she spied on a bargain table. Having lost her patience with twidiots, she scoffed to her shopping partner that she would "die" before she read it. Her friend bet her the trench that she wouldn’t be able to put it down. Eight days later, feverish, bleary-eyed and strung out on Starbucks, she finished book four, and a passion for the paraworld was born. The only thing she loves more than vampires is the Philadelphia Phillies. A writer who dabbles in pop culture, entertainment, fashion, law, design and sports, you can read her in Philadelphia Style, Delaware Today, Texas Monthly and The New York Times Magazine, among others. Catch her on Twitter, @akosmosmariner
David Rosenberg, born David Bluebottle Clancy Sean Seamus Juan Carlos Wombat Gavin Chips Ahoy Fozzie Spambo Gumby Spike Rosenberg, came into the world on Feb. 13, April 6 and finally June 20, in and around the year 1977. His mother Mo'reen was former roller derby champion "Shinsplints Murphy" and his father Ira was the model for Weeble Wobble brand toys. His artistic talent appeared early in life - though calling him a mere "artist" would be like calling Mozart a "jingle writer." He's more. So much, much more. But you'll never know, now will you? Should have thought of that before you said those things. Besides his mind altering, "slap-yo-mamma," "eat-your-own-face-off" works of art, he likes to date within his own species, was employed as a cotton candy spinner/balloon animal twister/fire eater at Coney Island, owns two lobsters named Zephyr and Zig-Zag, can whistle really loud, rides a pogo stick to save on gasoline, enjoys the subtle nuances of public bathroom wall poetry and is a notorious liar. (Editor's note: David is our resident artist. He designed our logo and background images, and we let him write his own bio. Big mistake.)