Join us this Monday 5/10 @ 7pmPST as we speak with Paranormal Investigator Miranda Young. Miranda has always been interested in the paranormal for as long as she can remember. As a child, you could find her in the library reading books about ghosts and folklore, or visiting with her grandmother who would often share stories about growing up in the Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee. ! Stay Strange!
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Miranda began investigating with a team over a decade ago and continued with them until 2018. Her role on the team consisted of photo analyst, video/audio evidence producer and marketing specialist, as well as investigator. While fully involved with the team, she found that in her spare time, she was traveling and exploring a great deal on her own. She would often take photos of these locations and share them on her social media. These photos started to get a lot of attention and people began messaging her and asking what the stories were behind these images. This is how Ghost Biker Explorations was born. Because Miranda is out on her bike taking photos every chance she gets and doing little investigations, she thought why not chronicle these adventures through video? Miranda loves investigating the large commercial locations, but through this project, she discovered that every little town has a ghost story that the citizens have heard all their lives, or an abandoned location that they drive by every day. Her goal is to visit these towns, spotlight the areas, tell the story and explore the location.
To learn more about Miranda visit www.ghostbikerexplorations.com
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