Meet The Team- Brad

I had the opportunity to sit down with team member Brad and ask some questions.

How old are you and when where you born?

I am 25 years old, born in Fort Collins, Colorado

Have you lived here in utah all your life?

Yes

What do you do for work?

I am an IT analyst (software engineer). 

Are you at college?

I will receive a bachelor’s degree in computer science in spring 2012

What are your hobbies?

My hobbies include ghost hunting, paintball, programming, and video games.

Why do you go ghost hunting?

I use to be a huge skeptic, and never believed in things like spirits, the afterlife, and god. One day I decided instead of just denying that things existed (or don’t exist) I should try to find answers. I’m in a “self-discovery” phase in my life and ghost hunting is helping me find some answers.

How long have you been interested in ghosts?

I started going ghost hunting in 2011.

What is your most memorable experience in the paranormal?

The first time I went ghost hunting was at a public ghost hunt at the Asylum 49. Most of the night had no activity (my opinion). Towards the end of the night a staff member took my sister and I in the mirror maze and conducted a flashlight test. The test had great responses to our questions and I caught an EVP at that time too. Since that flashlight test I have yet seen a more definitive response from the afterlife using the flashlight method.

What do you hope to achieve in the group?

I have captured numerous EVPs but have yet to see a spirit face-to-face or be touched. I would love to have the experience of being scratched, pushed or see a spirit face-to-face.

If you could visit one haunted spot where and what would it be?

The haunted places that really attract my attention are the places that have a “darker energy”. I would be extremely excited to visit Bobby Mackey’s Music World.

What do you say to skeptics?

I use to be skeptic and I think that has helped my ability to investigate. The only thing I can say to a skeptic is to do some research and maybe they’ll be surprised by what they find. I’m not on a mission to prove to every skeptic that spirits are real and they have the ability to communicate with us, I’m on a personal mission to answer my own questions.

If you could only take one piece of equipment with you what would you take?

A digital recorder is light weight, easy-to-use and has been the single most responsive and consistent piece of equipment I have ever used.

What rule do you follow most by when doing an investigation?

Know what you want to accomplish at each investigation.

If you could pass along one tip to new investigators what would that tip be?

Choose to go on investigations with people you know and trust. Ghost hunting is great but being able to share those experiences with friends and loved ones is that much better.

Can you round us off with a cool experience or story you have?

My most recent personal experience was last night, 11/22/2011, during an investigation at the Ogden Union Station. I was investigating the upstairs area by myself while the rest of the group was downstairs. I felt chills while doing an EVP session in a hallway, which was unusually for me. I also heard a very clear male voice. After hearing the voice I got up and search the entire floor and verified that I was, in fact, the only investigator on the top floor!

Bradly Nebeker
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One Response to “Meet The Team- Brad”

  1. Wendy Davis says:

    Hey Brad! Great Story~ But seeing first question: Born in Colo…Next Question: have you lived in Utah all your like..YES! LOL~ That is pretty Ghostly!

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