Amy Bruni: (That’s true).
Question: What do you expect and where do you expect your passion in the paranormal to go in say the next I don’t know 10-15 years?
Amy Bruni: That’s a good one.
Adam Berry: Yes.
Amy Bruni: I know that I never expected it to become something that I could almost make a career of because that’s really not why anybody does it. It’s not normally a field that you can expect to make a living from. So I’m really enjoying being able to travel the country and do what I love right now. And I know it’s not forever obviously but I know that afterwards I’ll still be investigating because I did for so many years beforehand. I’m hoping eventually to get into maybe like writing a book or just something getting into the more educational side of it. And it will always be something that I do in sort of capacity but it’s very unpredictable.
Adam Berry: Yes. I would have to agree. The thing is it’s always changing. It’s an ever changing field because there are new researchers and new techniques and new things happening. So oddly we’ll never really know until we’re actually 15 years from now saying wow, I can’t believe it’s gone this far or progressed in this way. And I’m excited just for the future.
Question: What has been your scariest bump in the night moment?
Amy Bruni: Well, I know for me it wasn’t a ghost, we were investigating and it was this old jail in New Jersey and I basically was in the tunnels and I found this kind of manhole cover. And I lifted up the cover and I stood up into this room that we didn’t really know existed. It was this old boiler room. And I had stood up in a homeless man’s house. He was there, I was there, we looked at each other and I was like I should not be here. And I just went right back down and turned to the camera operator and was like let’s not go that way.
Adam Berry: (That’s odd).
Amy Bruni: That doesn’t happen very often because these locations are usually very, very secure but when you’re in a massive complex like that the buildings we’re investigating have actually been secured and there is nobody in there. But this was just some area that was way off the beaten path and they never went in that building. So yes, that was a little scary. I’m more afraid of people than animals.