Meet The EPPS Team
William Cook
Founder/Investigator/Case Manager/Web Master
William (Bill) Cook
Bill has had an interest in the paranormal since childhood and had his first
paranormal experience at age 16 while visiting his sisters farm house in NJ.
Bill is a retired police officer who in addition to his regular patrol duties, was
a member of an advanced accident reconstruction response team for his
department. Bill was also a motorcycle highway patrol officer who graduated
from the highly respected Philadelphia Highway Patrol School.
Bill is currently employed as a manager for a facility located in Forks, PA and
focuses most of his spare time on investigating the paranormal and helping
people. Bill brings his advanced investigative skills and experience as well
as professionalism from his police training into his paranormal investigations.
Investigator/Case Manager, Danielle Ponzio
Danielle lives in Easton, PA with her husband and three cats. She is an
Office Manager for a heavy hauling trucking company and a part time
Cosmetologist. Danielle's experiences with the paranormal began at a
young age by looking over her shoulder and seeing shadows. As Danielle
got older and began learning how to use the gift she was given, she
began having more regular contact with the spirit world. Danielle has a
strong sensitivity to spirits when they are present and has seen them on
many occasions. Danielle wants people to realize that spirits are here for a
reason and to try to understand them and not fear them. Danielle's hope is
to help people better understand the paranormal and to help lost souls.
Danielle Ponzio
Nina   De Santo
Investigator/Sensitive/Event organizer, Nina De Santo

Nina comes from multi generations of “sensitives”  Ever since she was a
child she was able to see, hear and feel entities and energies and able to
communicate with them.  As she got older, she embraced and fine tuned her
“gifts” and moved on to do massage and energy work/healing sessions
which consisted of “high profile” clients. Her experiences have lead her on
the path of her “calling” to becoming a paranormal investigator. Her passion
is to assist clients to find the answers they seek and to bring peace and
harmony into the lives of the people she assists not just the living but the
“other side”. She has been guided to assist as an intuitive counselor helping
families, mostly children who have been traumatically affected by a
supernatural experience.
Nina has done media events, speaking engagements as well as teaching
workshops educating on a variety of topics from the paranormal to organic
cooking classes. Presently she is a corporate event planner and the Director
of Mentoring and Chapter Development for the Holistic Moms Network
www.holisticmoms.org a national non-profit organization devoted to bringing
awareness, support and education in natural and green-living.
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Paranormal Society, LLC
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Tarah Toth
Investigator/photo expert/researcher/
Evidence Review Team Leader,
Tarah Toth
Tarah's interest in the paranormal began as a child when she
observed several unexplainable events which forced her to seek
answers. With a degree in biology, Tarah often finds herself
challenging the very essence of what she has learned in her years
of college
Tarah is a professional photographer and an animal lover. She loves
researching old properties prior to our investigating and has a keen
ear for EVP review.  Tarah's background in photography makes her
invaluable to EPPS with photo review and debunking.

You can view some of Tarah's work or hire her for your event on
her website at  
 http://tarahtothphotography.com/home
Team members are listed on this page in random order unless otherwise noted
Alli Salzman

Investigator/researcher, Alli Salzman
Alli's interest in the paranormal began when she was about 10 years
old. Her parents had purchased a home built in the 1860's and she
had her first paranormal experience in that house.  As much as she
tried to forget about it, the memory of her experience kept coming
back to her and as she got older, she knew that she had to find out
more about what is out there.

Alli has a keen desire to know what happens to us when our
physical body is gone and what keeps some spirits earthbound and
others not. In addition, Alli loves historical research and enjoys
learning more about locations through historical data in order to
provide evidence to back claims of activity.  Alli is here to find
answers, but most importantly, to help those that need help with
finding answers and coping with their own experiences.
Team Members in Training.
Investigator/Sensitive/Event organizer, Karissa Fleck

Karissa comes from a family of psychic mediums, sensitives, and
demonologists. She has had her own experiences with the paranormal
ever since she can remember. Karissa's abilities show through in all her
work for the team and evidence. Naturally gifted, she often helps clients
strengthen their own gifts. Karissa is very passionate and dedicated to
the paranormal, and wants to spend her life working in this field. She
spends many hours helping the team schedule public ghost hunts and
other events. In her free time Karissa is part of an interfaith church. She
also loves going on random adventures and cuddling with her pit-bull
Kruger. She also loves horror movies and tattoos.
Karissa Fleck
Investigator/Case Manager/Animal phenomena specialist  
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Brenton Cook
Co-founder/Investigator/Tech Manager, Brenton (Brent) Cook
Brent graduated with honors from Easton High school and has had a strong
interest in the paranormal from the age of 13 at which point he began
performing investigations and helping others.
Brent works in the medical field
and is an accomplished writer and currently writes for a few on-line
magazines. In his spare time he is an MMA fighter and loves to write stories.

Brent brings a solid understanding of the paranormal and the desire to
investigate at every level in a professional manner.
Brent fully understands what clients go through and is eager to help them
understand and deal with what they are experiencing.
Cary Moran