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Where now, we are a team and we have to try and make sure that everyone else is on the same page.Also, it has been different that you are constantly in such tight quarters that to play the role of leader you can’t always be worried about the friendship. We basically all live with each other, we don’t go home at the end of the day.As we find out from many other venues, of excitement, Brandon, sometimes connection isn't always what it seems. He established to body what sounded like faithful and also other he saw movement in the direction below.You're darling out for everyone else as well metaethics and online dating yourself.But for me, there is just too much time in between and it drives me insane. KW: I had a couple good ones in the last run (of “GHI”). You never know what you are going to walk into and that is one of the reasons I don’t scare that easily is I don’t believe every place is haunted.So I go from having this crazy experience to doubting it a few weeks or months later. I’m still on the fence at to what I believe a haunting is or not.
SM: You said that the business and family kind of blend while on the road, just how many months of the year do you spend on the road? You know, it was worse on “GH.” I have had a lot of great opportunities, I have. Usually we will be out for four-to-six weeks and we will be home for maybe a week at the most. In between seasons or production, we will get a month off. I really just enjoy working with Scott (Simmons of The Scarehouse). And to say the least some of the team came off a bit lacking. You're hurl out for everyone else as well as yourself. And we'd hear stuff and we were like, what is that? I think for us, as Kris has pointed out we have mixed opinions on it.KW: It is usually about two-and-a-half weeks for one episode. If it is a huge fort or castle, then we should be there for three or four nights. KW: It is a little different that what was with “GH.” With “Ghost Hunters,” it was easy for people from around the states to write into the TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) website and suggest cases. Or they would even send suggestions to the production company. The production company is a lot more involved in find the cases. SM: That seems to be your life over the last year going from case manager/investigator on one show to co-leader on another and then being all over the world and then it stops and you are at home for a longer stay.The length of time that we are there depends on the case and the size of the location. They really have to research these places to find out that when we actually get there, there is going to be a building. You just can’t send a large amount of people out on the road and hope that there is a location. There are places that we want to go or there are suggestions that have been made to Barry or I or various other members and if we think it sounds pretty cool then we send the idea to LA and they will look into it. It’s great, but it is also kind of, I don’t know what to do with myself. So, should I go find some sort of job just to keep myself busy while I am at home or I’m waiting to find when we go back out. Quite the dramatic shifts, that seems to be your life as of late. SM: Speaking of traveling and finding things to do, you are a regular here in Pittsburgh at The Scarehouse each October. Honestly, I don’t get to do many events any more, but I’ve been very lucky to have to do the Scarehouse the last two years.