Time: 8:00pm CDT October 27
Join CAB for a virtual Halloween event, exclusively for Carthage students! Attend the webinar “The Reality of Paranormal Investigating with the Ghost Brothers” at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27.
During the webinar, the Ghost Brothers will discuss the practice of paranormal investigating for reality television including:
- How the idea came about
- They’re first encounters
- Perils of getting the concept off the ground
- Pros and cons of investigating on TV
- Race as it relates to paranormal investigating
- They’re scariest locations and experiences
Best friends Dalen Spratt, Juwan Mass, and Marcus Harvey are Atlanta’s premier ghost hunting team. They seamlessly blend comedy with a refreshingly straightforward approach to the paranormal as they investigate America’s most haunted locations.
Dalen is addicted to history, both in and outside of the paranormal. The entrepreneur and fashion designer is the ringleader of the team, with his finger on the pulse of the who, what, where, when, and why of each case. He first encountered the paranormal when he was a young child. After attending the funeral of a man lost to gun violence, he awoke to find the man standing over him…clear as day. It’s the experience he never forgot and one that bonded him to fraternity brother, business partner, and best friend Juwan Mass.
Juwan has a huge heart that can get him into the craziest of situations. He has a passion for helping people and is willing to jump into the fire to get answers. The Eagle Scout is a natural born explorer. With that said, he knows when to run when the stuff hits the fan. When he was 12, he turned his attention to the paranormal and ghost hunting. Juwan and Dalen bonded over their shared experience and desire to explore the unknown.
Marcus is the most spiritual member of the group and the only father among the Brothers. His ability to sympathize and relate to families sets him apart, whether it’s bonding with an upset spouse or winning over a scared child. He has an uncanny ability to provide peace and hope to frightened families, and his natural humor can always make clients crack a smile. When Marcus isn’t lending comfort to a beleaguered family, he’s lending an empathetic ear, mad clipper skills, and old-school barbershop wisdom to his famous clients at his Atlanta barbershop.
SPONSORING DEPARTMENT, OFFICE, OR ORGANIZATION:
Carthage Activities Board