Jamie Harris

Director - Div 4

I was born in Portland, OR in 1977. I moved to Laramie, Wyoming until six years old and then moved to Hot Springs, Arkansas until I got out of high school then ended up living in various cities around the U.S. until my recent return to Hot Springs. I have been interested in the paranormal since I learned to use a card catalog and can recall my very first library book being on the subject of ghosts. I have always been drawn to the topic of the paranormal and the occult. In my early teens my mother taught me about Wicca and other forms of witchcraft and put some of what I had learned into amateur investigations using older tools such as pendulums, dowsing rods and much controversial, “Ouija boards.” These amateur investigations consisted mostly of cemeteries and abandoned buildings. Later in life I met more professional people in the paranormal field who educated me on more modern equipment and taught me proper uses of such equipment. Some of the more popular locations I’ve investigated are Ft. Knox, ME and what was once known as The Poet’s Loft in Hot Springs, AR. which used to be a hangout of mine. I specialize in photo, video and audio analysis. I am currently a chef at a local Italian restaurant who also works seasonally helping to groom and tend to thoroughbred race horses four months out of the year

 

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