Brandy Green is well known from Syfy’s Ghost Hunters International as the case manager working among cast members Robb Demarest & Joe Chin. From a young age, Brandy had personal experiences in the paranormal, fueling the interest. She began her search hoping to find some answers. She is a local Minnesotan. We were lucky enough to catch up with her between speaking appearances.
• How did you become interested in the paranormal?
As a child, I spent much of my time in South Minneapolis at my maternal grandmother’s home. At that time the house was already well over 100 years old with an interesting history, which doesn’t automatically mean a place is haunted; however, there was certainly some strange activity occurring within the walls of that home. Almost everyone that either lived in or stayed at the house experienced something paranormal. Radios, televisions, lights, and battery operated toys missing batteries would turn on and off with no aid from the living. Full bodied apparitions were seen by two family members, people would hear and feel breathing, movement, shadows, extreme anxiety in certain areas of the home, etc. That house had a little bit of everything and I had my share of odd experiences as a child and in my young adult life. Activity was also encountered at my other grandmother’s home as well. So, needless to say, it was this activity that drew me to paranormal research. With my combined knowledge in psychology, anthropology, and history, I have been researching claims of paranormal activity for years. It only seemed natural that I would end up involved in research such as this.
• You’ve been everywhere in your travels with Ghost Hunters, Int’l. What was your favorite location?
My favorite location would have to be my bed in my house. *haha* I really enjoyed Costa Rica because of the diverse climate. Costa Rica is the size of West Virginia and is the seat of twelve different ecosystems containing extremely diverse wildlife on land, in the sky, and in the water. I enjoyed Poland not because of the country itself but because of the case that we had which was the Wolf’s Lair where the infamous Operation Valkyrie happened. Robb and I had a great time investigating together at the compound, and we walked away with perhaps more questions than answers. Read the rest of this entry »