Analyzing Haunted Crime Scenes: Panel

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Examining Haunted Crime Scenes: Panel

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Mark Nesbitt was a National Park Service Ranger/Historian for five years at Gettysburg before starting his research and writing company. Living in Gettysburg has given him a unique “insider” perspective from which to write his popular Ghosts of Gettysburg series. He has authored over twenty books spanning several genres, including the paranormal, history, and true crime.Mr. Nesbitt has been seen on The History Channel, A&E, The Discovery Channel, The Travel Channel, Unsolved Mysteries, regional television shows, and heard on Coast to Coast AM, and regional radio. In 1994, he created the commercially successful Ghosts of Gettysburg Candlelight Walking Tours.

Author Patty A Wilson has written more than twenty-three books on the paranormal. Starting with Haunted Pennsylvania through to her most recent books, Cursed in Pennsylvania and Cursed in the Carolina’s Ms. Wilson has explored the darker side of the paranormal. Ms. Wilson has appeared on Mysterious Journeys on Travel Channel, My Ghost Story on Biography Channel, and other television shows and news articles. Ms. Wilson works in the field of psychiatry and resides in Bedford, PA. Currently, Ms. Wilson is working on several new projects. You can reach Patty at or through her Facebook page. You are also welcome to contact her through her paranormal facebook page The Paranormal Asylum.Dr. Katherine Ramsland teaches forensic psychology at DeSales University, where she is the Assistant Provost. She has appeared on more than 200 crime documentaries and magazine shows is an executive producer of Murder House Flip, and has consulted for CSI, Bones, and The Alienist. The author of more than 1,000 articles and 68 books, including How to Catch a Killer, Haunted Crime Scenes, and Bethlehem Ghosts, she explores the intersection between forensics and paranormal investigations.

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