Who is on your investigation team?
Carol Cleveland, the manesologist. Manesologists are paranormal experts that have a wide breadth of knowledge of various types of hauntings. Carol is a seasoned investigator and has investigated in a number of notable locations across the East Coast of the USA.
Ty Gowen, the tech analyst. Ty is our equipment guru, and is always finding new scientific gear to master and utilize in our investigations. His specialty is audio equipment and finding and isolating EVPs, or electric voice phenomena.
Anna Halloran, the antiquarian. A historian and researcher at heart, she has always jumped at the chance to learn and gather information. After joining up with Haunt ME in 2014, she couldn’t be more thrilled with the opportunities to explore unique and haunted locations
Who does your filming?
We have a behind the scenes crew that works diligently to make our episodes and adventures possible. Our tech crew is headed by our co-creator, producer and editor Nick Nordfors, who is responsible for making Haunt ME what it is. Our talented and hard-working tech team includes Michael Strout, Krista Ryall, Erin Cross, and Johnny Speckman. Our original music in Season 3 & 4 was created by Matt Lajoie.
What equipment do you use?
We are always adding new equipment, but here are some tools we utilize in our episodes: digital audio recorders (each team member is equipped with one), digital sound amplifier, night vision goggles, IR cameras, spirit box, K-II meters, EMF reader, “Ghost Touch” 3 device, ambient thermometers, REM-Pod, Gauss meter, laser grid, and flashlights. Our metaphysical tools include tarot cards, pendulums, crystals and personal talismans (a lucky item that each team member carries), books, and more. We rely on strong research as a supplemental tool as well.
Do you actually catch real evidence?
We are honest. Sometimes there is literally no evidence. When that happens, we will tell you the truth, and the episode will be more about our journey and debunking the claims. We aim to make each episode entertaining while remaining truthful. That said, even the haunts we seem to think are the most uneventful end up scaring a lot of people!
Is Haunt ME appropriate for children to watch?
Certain scenes could be scary for children. We would probably not recommend the show for those under the age of 12. Of course, use your own discretion.
I think my house is haunted. Will you come investigate?
While we only focus on public buildings or residences with notable Maine history, if you are having a paranormal problem we would be more than happy to counsel or refer you to a reputable group in your area. If you own a business or have a house with interesting local history and would like to be featured on the next season of our show, reach out to us with your haunted story!
Can I join your team?
We are not looking for new members, but we do offer public events every so often, which is a great way to meet other like-minded people with whom you could form a team with!
Who did the photography?
Most of the photography is by Michael Strout. Season 7 cast images are from Photography by Amie. The art design of each season’s cover is by Karl Pfeiffer Photography.
What is the future of Haunt ME?
Much like the paranormal world, we’re always evolving. Be sure to subscribe on Youtube and follow us on Facebook to keep up to date! Haunt ME hopes to expand in the coming years to embrace all unusual phenomena, from UFOs to cryptozoology to alternate dimensions, portals and more. We’re so grateful to all our fans and supporters for watching our adventures!