Amy Bruni: Yes. And I think that mine is very similar and it’s just kind of realizing that you’re on the road with your family and don’t be afraid to ask questions and don’t be afraid to say if something is wrong or communication has been a skill that I have definitely learned with the team. And it’s just because it is a different dynamic because you are traveling, living with and working with these people year round. And it’s not just the TAPS team. We have 11 crew that come with us too. So there are 17-18 of us at a time and communication is key and I think that has been a huge lesson for all of us. And I think it’s part of why we all get along so well.
Adam Berry: Absolutely.
Question: When Halloween comes around what do you guys do to celebrate Halloween?
Amy Bruni: Well, we do the live show.
Adam Berry: Yes.
Amy Bruni: We’re very into the month of October. That’s kind of like for us the Christmas season for retailer. We are so busy. Every weekend we have something to do and then we have to prepare for the live show. And it gets so exciting. There is always this buzz about that month for us. And every Halloween we are ghost hunting so it’s like we are doing what we love on Halloween night, which is great. So that’s how we celebrate.
Adam Berry: Yes. It’s a month-long celebration. I absolutely love Halloween, I love everything about it. I love the fall, I love the sweatshirts and apple cider - like come on, everything about it. And I can’t think of a better way than being in a dark crazy place with Amy Bruni for six hours on television. Can’t think of a better thing to be doing.
Question: Is there anything in your real lives that you find scarier than your investigations?
Amy Bruni: Geez. Some of our travel was pretty scary. We have had some when we were out at Mackinac Island taking the icebreaker ferry across the lake and then realizing we were stranded there and couldn’t take the ferry back. And had to fly out on this little four-seat plane and it took like 16 trips to take all of our equipment back and forth. And that kind of stuff is scary. We were driving across the country at that time in the middle of these crazy snow storms and we almost went off the road and had to pull over and stay at a hotel. And that stuff terrifies me. That’s the one thing that scares me.