Explore things that go bump in the night with Amy Bruni, paranormal investigator from the hit television show “Ghost Hunters,” at the El Dorado County Library, 345 Fair Lane in Placerville, on Saturday, July 7 at 11 a.m.
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Bruni is a good example of what happens when a hobby, turns into a passion, which in turn becomes a way of life.
Growing up in a haunted house, Bruni embraced the paranormal world, investigating haunted sites with her father and reading and absorbing everything she could find that was paranormal related.
From her first investigative job with a paranormal team in Sacramento, her lifetime of supernatural knowledge drew the attention of Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of the Atlantic Paranormal Society and the Syfy series “Ghost Hunters.”
Shortly after joining TAPS, she helped form the first ever TAPS satellite team, TAPS West.
Bruni now travels with the show as its case manager and historical researcher on the TAPS East Coast team.
In addition to being a series regular on “Ghost Hunters,” Bruni has appeared on dozens of radio, television shows and networks, including CNN, “The Today Show,” “The Maury Show,” “Access Hollywood Live” and “Fox and Friends.”
Bruni has used her connections in the field to conduct important research on the nature of group dynamic in the paranormal and also lectures regularly on the history of paranormal investigation.
Prepare to be haunted at this free program, sponsored by Friends of the Library.
For more information visit the Library Programs and Events calendar on the library’s Website eldoradolibrary.org or contact the Library at 530-621-5540.