A B O U T U S
"We're the kind of girls who chase after the things that go bump in the night."
The Ghost Hunter Girls paranormal investigation team was founded by a small group of women who grew tired of seeing their gender stereotyped as easily frightened, faint-hearted females who stumble and wail in terror when running away from things that go "boo". We are a diverse group of courageous and curious women from all walks of life who are united by our interest in the paranormal, and together we use scientific equipment and data to analyze reports of paranormal activity.
We strive to add to the knowledge base of the paranormal field and present factual and accurate information to the public; supernatural research is not an exact science and to this day is a highly debatable subject. We are open minded to all theories and methods, and focus on treating every case scientifically while attempting to discover reasonable explanations for events that seem unexplainable.
Our goal is to research and investigate paranormal phenomenon related to hauntings or unexplained events, and to aid any individuals having problems dealing with or understanding a situation involving ghosts and hauntings. We hope to do this by educating those involved to the true nature of their situation and by giving them the information and understanding they need to create a livable resolution. We will gladly educate and promote scientific information related with the paranormal to the public community.
The G.H.G. Team
Heidi is the Founder and Director of GHG. Originally from Peoria County in Illinois, she investigated several locations in the Prarie State before moving west to California in 2009. There she found many opportunities for ghost hunts all the way from the coasts of Coronado to the forgotten gold rush towns of Placerville. After moving to Denver in the fall of 2012, she created new friendships that led to a new team of Ghost Hunter Girls.
"I have had experiences with the paranormal for most of my life, with my interest in it stemming from events that happened to me while growing up in an old farmhouse built in the 1800's in Illinois. It affected me deeply, and I have been looking for answers ever since. I am very open minded, and approach everything paranormal as a partial skeptic and partial believer."
Emily has had a curiosity towards all things supernatural since she was very young. Knowing that there must be something out there to shed light on things that seemed unexplainable, she began to do some research on the paranormal. This began with scaring herself silly with a friend in her basement, carrying only a flashlight and a disposable camera...they didn't really catch much evidence, but it sparked an interest. From that time forward, Emily began exploring more options by reading and following the experiences of others, and eventually going on her own adventures.
"I believe that there is a huge possibility of all things supernatural existing. Ghosts and spirits are something I have personally experienced. I keep my mind open and let my instincts and feelings help in discovering the paranormal."
A Colorado native, Kellee studied at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and spends her time working as a freelance illustrator and exploring cemeteries. She takes a more "gut-feeling" approach to the supernatural and has experienced strange, unexplainable incidents for as long as she can remember.
Christian has lived in Colorado since she was 14 but spent her youth in Kansas City, KS. She has a degree in Film from the Colorado Film School and a passion for capturing images, and spends most of her time writing, editing and working on projects. She has never seen a ghost with her own eyes, but has picked up on more than one strange occurrence in her cameras.
"I've seen enough strange things that I can't explain. Orbs, light streaks, strange audio...and they aren't malfunctions or lens flares. This stuff just wasn't there when I shot it; there has to be another answer for it and I want to find that answer. Because there's nothing cooler than proof."