October 9, 2021
Cache Country Event Center
Doors open 10 am-8 pm
Price: Adults 8$ kids 10 and Under free.
Still available but going fast Golden Tickets: $65 includes Lunch, Meet and Greet with guests, swag bag, books, and more.
Shannon has been interested in the paranormal since she was a teen, after her own personal sighting of something truly anomalous. And, although it’s not what her encounter entailed, one of her passions is the subject of Sasquatch. Her weekly show, iNTO THE FRAY has Shannon speaking to witnesses of cryptids, UFOs, and various aspects of the paranormal. She has co-authored books on both Bigfoot and the Paranormal and founded Beyond the Fray Publishing with best-selling author, G. Michael Hopf. You can also see Shannon as the host for the Small Town Monsters production, On the Trail of UFOs on Amazon Prime.
Mike and Melissa, hosts of Destination Mystery Podcast, grew up as siblings in a rural town in southeast Idaho where they experienced the paranormal on a regular basis. Not having much to do in this small town, they created their own adventures which led them in search of answers to their paranormal questions. This passion for adventure and the paranormal followed them into adulthood. Melissa’s passion led her to a PhD in Metaphysical Humanistic Science specializing in Parapsychology, where she studies the science behind the paranormal and other mental phenomena. Mike’s passion led him to become an expert in reading maps, google earth, and finding hidden & remote locations. Mike is also a general contractor where he’s gained valuable knowledge of how to investigate old buildings. Both certified paranormal investigators have led their team to some of the most remote places in the west capturing some amazing evidence ranging from spiritual activity to cryptozoology and ufology. Their first case files book will be published summer of 2021. They are thrilled to be starting their second season of Destination Mystery along with other Mystery Media Group contributors, such as Cache Valley Bigfoot, Not So Cozy Crimes and Jill’s Chills. You can find them at www.destination-mystery.com.
Author John Olsen was born and raised in Cache Valley. At the age of 8, he began to realize that the home he lived in was peculiar. His parents still own the old farmhouse, built in the mid-1880s. Strange experiences such as phantom knocks, heavy boots running the stairs and missing objects became commonplace for him. With each run-in with what he called the “man in the hat,” John’s interest in the paranormal grew. He was forbidden by his parents from telling anyone of his experiences for fear of what others in the small community would think.
He found solace in learning everything he could about his encounters from library books. As he reached his teen years, his friends would visit his home and have experiences of their own. This opened the door for him to tell others of his experiences. As he shared his extraordinary stories, friends of friends came to him sharing stories of their brush with the supernatural.
Fueled by his own experiences with the unknown, John has spent the last 30 years interviewing and documenting first-hand accounts of those who have witnessed all kinds of strange and unusual phenomena in the western United States. The Stranger Bridgerland series contains firsthand accounts of everything from ghosts, monsters and hauntings, to glitches in the matrix, Sasquatch and UFOs.
Jon Marshall author of Cache Valley Bigfoot grew up in Cache Valley in the small town of Hyde Park. He had his first experience with a Bigfoot at age 12 on the Smithfield Golf course and has been interested ever since. He has been on several podcasts and has shared some of his stories in the Stranger Bridgerland series.
Annetta Bunce has a great deal of paranormal experience. Having grown up in a haunted house it is second nature to her.
She has worked with various paranormal groups throughout Utah over the years and now has a YouTube channel that deals with various topics, True Skinwalker stories, Missing 411 theories, folklore, hauntings, and hundreds of stories for your entertainment.
Shane is the Owner and Lead Investigator of Bear River Paranormal. Ever since I was a child, I've always had paranormal encounters. I've had things happen to me that I just cannot explain. I've seen and heard spirits in my own house and at my grandparents as well. It wasn't until I was the ripe young age of 21 when I finally dipped my toes into the world of paranormal and paranormal investigations. Since then, I've created an awesome group dedicated to helping people with their paranormal issues going consistently for 8 years and I've been in this field for 10 years. We specialize in residential investigations and cleansings. I've experienced the gut-wrenching, bring a tear to your eye experiences, as well as the fear no greater than anything I've ever experienced before. Yet, I still investigate the paranormal because this is my true passion. Seeing the clients regain control of their location and able to live peacefully within the confines of their house is what drives me to investigate, study and ultimately help the clients out. I've also been featured on other groups filming projects, as well as our own. I am also the owner and Podcast Host & Producer of the BRP Podcast. Just this last year(in 2020), I started the podcast about the paranormal with my best friend David. We go in-depth on certain topics, experiences and even have guests in the episodes periodically. To be honest, it's been a wild 10 years! I look forward to the next 10+ Years investigating, researching, and studying the paranormal.
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Kristen Clay has circled the globe as a storyteller, actor, teacher, and perpetual student. In addition to being an author, acting coach, motivational speaker, creator, and director of Story Tours: Ogden and SLC Ghost Tours, Hysterical History Tours and custom storytelling concerts, Kristen is known for bringing various cultures alive to audiences around the world. She has been a featured teller at the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival and is a regular teller at the WSU Storytelling festival.
Kristen is the co-author of three books. Haunted Salt Lake City, Spooks and Saints, and the soon to be released, Ghostly Tales of Salt Lake City for middle-grades. She is also a regular contributor to the periodical, Utah Stories.
She currently resides in Utah. While not writing or performing, she enjoys traveling, reading, cooking, spending time in nature, hanging out with friends, family and her menagerie of pets.