Heather is no stranger to appearing in print or visual media. She’s been doing it for over 10 years for her paranormal group! If you would like to interview Heather regarding her book, Memoirs of a Future Ghost, or her experiences as a paranormal investigator, feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below are links to television interviews, podcasts, and print media in which she’s appeared.
Heather is also available for library talks, conferences, panels, or any other sort of live event you can cook up. She’s appeared at numerous local libraries, talking about everything from ghosts, to Bigfoot, to crop circles, to tulpas. She’s also been an Attending Professional at Atlanta’s own DragonCon for four years. Feel free to email her at email@example.com if you would like for her to come talk to your group.
Heather and the Paranormal Georgia team (then known as Everyday Paranormal Georgia) appeared on ETC TV 3 in Ellijay, Georgia, in Fall, 2010.
Heather appeared on behalf of Paranormal Georgia Investigations on CNN’s Headline News “News Now” program for Halloween, 2013.
Heather was interviewed by William Lester for his Shadowland Podcast, episode 20, June, 2015.
Heather and fellow investigator Clint were interviewed by Fox 5 Atlanta, October 30, 2015.
Heather and her fellow investigators Jordan and Clint were interviewed on the Cigar Nerds Podcast, Episode 32, November 24, 2015.
Heather was interviewed by Sydney Parker of “Racked” for an article called “Why Do Ghosts Wear Human Clothes?” March 21, 2016
Heather and fellow investigator Clint were interviewed by Paul Milliken of Fox 5 Atlanta’s show “Good Day Atlanta” October 31, 2016 (Part 1)
Heather and fellow investigator Clint were interviewed by Paul Milliken of Fox 5 Atlanta’s show “Good Day Atlanta” October 31, 2016 (Part 2)
Heather was interviewed by the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News ahead of a library talk, August 19, 2017
Heather appeared on an episode of the Cartoon Network’s “Williams Street Swap Shop” October 31, 2017
Heather and fellow investigator Clint appeared in a short film for The Bitter Southerner called “Ghosts in the Road” profiling the haunting of the property of local Atlanta artist Kyle Brooks, aka “Black Cat Tips.”
Heather and her fellow PGI team members were interviewed by Ryan Lane for his podcast “Life Gets Hairy.” November 5, 2017
Heather and fellow investigator Clint were interviewed by the AIB Network for their show “Sacred Spaces.” May 21, 2018
Heather and fellow investigator Jordan were interviewed on Cartoon Network’s “Dear Jono” October 30, 2018
Heather (with her last name gloriously misspelled) and fellow investigator Stefanie were interviewed by CBS46 Atlanta to offer their opinion on a ghostly figure caught on a security camera.