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Do You Believe in Ghosts?
Serving Long Island & Beyond...
Matthew J Haas has been investigating the Paranormal for over 20 years. Ever since he was a little kid, he was interested in the subjects that fascinated him from Bigfoot, Lochness Monster to UFO's and Ghosts. Matt started to take Paranormal Research seriously after he graduated high school in the mid 90's. He had a bad car accident in 1998 that some people would say was a near death experience.
He has empathic & psychic medium abilities. He doesn't charge money for readings as he enjoys challenging himself and helping people connect with loved ones.
Matt currently hosts a widely recognized new radio show called The Strange Oddities Podcast. He has been a serious radio podcaster for almost 10 years. He has interviewed prominent figures in the Paranormal Field as well as iconic TV names and personalities such as World Acclaimed Archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass, Psychic Medium Chip Coffey, American Ripper & Bloodstains Author Jeff Mudgett, Captain Sig Hansen of the Discovery hit series Deadliest Catch.
Matt has been featured on various Paranormal Themed TV shows like Paranormal Survivor and Paranormal Night shift. He has had a passion for collecting alleged haunted objects. Matt & Josie together now have their own haunted objects museum located at Historic Kingsland Manor in Nutley, N.J.
Josie Haas has been investigating the Paranormal for over 15 years. She has been interested in the Paranormal when she was a little girl. Josie used an Ouija Board when she was a young girl with a friend of hers. A car crashed into her house suddenly after using the Ouija Board. Her childhood home potentially had a few spirits she believes she communicated with as a young girl from time to time.
Josie also has empathic and psychic abilities. She does tarot card readings. The interesting thing about Josie is she is more of the skeptic half of Haas Paranormal. She's amazing at interviewing people.
Josie has also been featured on the Travel Channel's Paranormal Survivor.
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