Heather Taddy of Paranormal State, Alien Highway, and Portals to Hell will be a special guest speaker and vendor at the 2023 ParaVation!
Paranormal Researcher and Investigator Heather Taddy is known for her work as Team Documentarian on A&E’s hit television series Paranormal State, which is based on real-life investigations from the world-renowned Penn State Paranormal Research Society (PRS). While studying Film and French at Penn State University, Taddy trained as a Field Investigator for PRS while also traveling the country helping families living in haunted houses. She’s known for isolating herself in the most active locations during investigations, all the while documenting her experiences. Intrigued by the Spiritualism Movement and the thrill of the unknown, she spent her early teens playing Ouija Boards and investigating haunted and abandoned locations in PA. Taddy has worked alongside the legendary Lorraine Warren and was inspired to join PRS after attending one of her lectures. By working with clients in a diverse variety of cases, Taddy has gained extensive knowledge of all things paranormal.
Due to her background in all aspects of unexplainable phenomena, Taddy starred on Travel Channel’s Alien Highway, based on a New York Times best-selling book The 37th Parallel, beside acclaimed UFO researcher Chuck Zukowski. Together they successfully pursued UFO cases which authorities ignored and obtained definitive proof along America’s alien highway.
Taddy has guest-starred on Travel Channel’s Portals to Hell with Jack Osbourne and Katrina Weidman and currently guest-stars on the CW’s Mysteries Decoded with Jennifer Marshall. Currently, she produces and films a Youtube series with Weidman called Travel the Dead. She is also featured in an upcoming docuseries by Chad Calek called A House in the Harbinger Kingdom. When she isn’t exploring or researching historically haunted locations and looking to the skies for the unknown, Taddy is a musician, roller-skater, lover of vintage clothing, costume design, photography and horror films.