Jeff Leeper is a decades-long investigator and researcher in the paranormal.
He has conducted and participated in hundreds of investigations and written blogs and articles on many paranormal subjects. He is a published author and is currently working on 2 books: one about the "Hat Man" phenomenon, and the other a biography with a well known co-author. He is also assisting in the writing of two movie scripts, adding both paranormal information and humor.
A well known speaker and researcher, Jeff has done numerous media interviews and has both produced and been on air personality for 2 separate radio shows.
Jeff is a member of The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS), and co-manager of the TAPS Family, an organization of around 140 paranormal investigative groups worldwide. His group, GRIP Paranormal is a Pennsylvania TAPS Family representative and the IPI (International Paranormal Investigators) Pennsylvania representative.
Jeff is an entertainer, comedic and vocal for over 30 years and will be performing at this event.
His sister Melissa, co-founder of GRIP is a researcher and extremely versed in the metaphysical side of the paranormal field.
GRIP has been in operation in this form for 7 years, and has been fortunate to have helped many families and to have helped advance the field in the form of research and public awareness.
GRIP has been the Central Pennsylvania TAPS Family Representative for 6 years and still loves both the honor and the resources provided as members. As a group we've worked both independently and with other groups as tandem, and have had great experiences with them.
We also teach theory and technique to new groups and investigators entering the field.
The group has investigated literally hundreds of locations, concentrating on residential homes, and helping the clients feel safe in their homes. Other places we've done are public and commercial locations. In all this time very few homes and/or locations have been deemed actually hunted by the group.
Remember, all opinions of hauntings are based on research, personal experience and history in the field, and are listed as opinion