Episode from the podcastDeviatus - A personal look into the paranormal

Deviatus 01: Elizabeth Saint

Released Thursday, 14th July 2016
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Elizabeth Saint has always demonstrated a sensitivity to the supernatural. The manifestations and activity she first experienced at her childhood home in south Jersey are what initially led her to pursue a life trying to better understand the unexplainable. Six years ago, Elizabeth moved to the Washington D.C. area for an Engineering job with the DoD. The increase of activity that escalated in her apartment at that time pushed Elizabeth to deepen her understanding of the paranormal by starting to work with Maryland Paranormal Research® as a Technician and Investigator. In 2015, Elizabeth was approached through her team along with Nick Groff (“Ghost Adventures” / “Paranormal Lockdown”) and Bill Hartley (Greater Maryland Paranormal Society) by Chief Mike King of Shepherdstown, WV to help aid explanation for the increase of paranormal activity occurring in town. These cases were documented as a six-part series known as “Ghosts of Shepherdstown” that aired on Destination America this year. Presently, Elizabeth is exploring her new home state of Colorado and conducting investigations utilizing her own engineered paranormal devices under the name Ghostly Gadgets. The E-Box, as seen on the Franklin Castle episode during Season 1 of “Paranormal Lockdown,” is one of these designs.
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30m 39s
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