Founding member Bill is a graduate from the school
of hard knocks and spends his days working as an
insurance agent. Bill brings his skills as a
sensitive to the group offering that extra level of
paranormal understanding to every investigation.
When not looking for spirits or selling insurance,
you can find Bill down at the lake enjoying water
sports or in the back yard tinkering with an engine,
any engine. Bill has believed in the paranormal for
as long as he can remember having had numerous
paranormal experiences. As an investigator for
Glenrock Paranormal, he hopes to add to the growing
national database of scientific evidence and of
course, have a few adventures along the way. Favorite quote: When in doubt get the hell out. Fears: Becoming a ghost. Paranormal philosophy: How can we explain what
we don’t understand.
Completing a program in
automotive mechanics and an associate degree in applied
science at Casper College, Wyoming, John has been a
Glenrock resident all his life. Currently working in the
family insurance business, John, founding member of
Glenrock Paranormal, usually has just two things on his
mind: cars and ghosts. John provides the society use of
his electronic and engineering skills as he is
responsible for all tinkering and management of
digital software and equipment including web site
management. John approaches ghost hunting from his mild
mannered perspective using logic and life experience to
hone in on the truth of the situation. A true believer
in the paranormal, John expects the work of the society
only to further his belief in the other side and its
continuing connection with our world. Favorite quote: What’s understood need not be
discussed.” –Tori Amos Fears: snakes, spiders, and reptiles. Paranormal philosophy: The paranormal realm is
essentially that which we don’t understand. That’s
why we study it: to disprove or prove what is true
and what is fiction and to make and form skeptics
Casper resident Nancy has had limited paranormal experiences.
She has a love of antiques, Victorian life and architecture. Her hesitation of all things paranormal keeps her in front of the computer or at the library. Nancy’s research helps to connect the human aspect of an investigation site.
Favorite quote- “Yesterday was the past, tomorrow is the future but today is a gift. That is why we call it the present.” Fears: fire, bees and idiots in a position of power. Paranormal philosophy: An investigation is like a Rubik’s Cube, several sides and views but with a combination of the right moves it can be solvedand a haunting can be proved or disproved.