This balance of science and faith is where PRS stands apart from other paranormal research organizations.
In 2007, Ryan separated the Paranormal Research Society into two parts, the Field Investigation & Research (FIR) branch, and Parapsychology & Laboratory Research (PLR).
The television show, Paranormal State, chronicled the paranormal investigations of the Paranormal Research Society of Penn State (PRS).
I worked with them as their case manager interviewing thousands of eyewitnesses to the unknown.
This led to the opportunity to be a co-host on A&E’s hit docu-drama Paranormal State (2007-2011), which chronicled the work of PRS.
Although, I’m probably best known for my work in the paranormal field and involvement in various paranormal Television programs, I’m also an actress, lead singer of a band, producer and lecturer.
Having grown up in haunted houses left me with a desire to seek out the unknown. In fact, in third grade I had a teacher tell me that I was never going to amount to anything and that no one would ever hire me. I barely graduated high school and had no real ambition to go to college, the words of that third grade teacher stayed with me for years and I guess over time I believed them.
I love helping others and I also use my free time to volunteer as a crisis counselor. Take off your coat, kick up your feet and make yourself at home in my cozy nook on the web.
Paranormal State was an American paranormal reality television series that premiered on the A&E Network on December 10, 2007.
The openly bisexual reality television personality, who founded the Paranormal Research Society at Penn State University when he was just 19-years-old, said: 'Hopefully getting to say I'm cancer free by Christmas!
I’ve had a passion for the supernatural since I was a young girl.
I also hosted the follow up special “Real Fear: The Truth behind More Movies” in 2013.