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- Joined: Oct. 11, 2013
- Gender: F
- Neighborhood: Tierrasanta
- Hometown: San Diego, California
- Occupation: Educator / Paranormal Researcher, Author and Lecturer
- Website: http://www.sandiegoparanormalres...
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Nicole Strickland currently resides in San Diego, California, and has been innately intrigued with the paranormal since childhood and has studied the field for many years. She has been actively investigating historical landmarks and private residences for paranormal activity since the early 2000s, after a profound experience with the spirit of her beloved grandmother. She is the Founder and Director of the San Diego Paranormal Research Society (SDPRS); and serves as the team’s EVP Specialist and historical locations case manager. Nicole has worked with various Southern California paranormal research teams prior to developing SDPRS in 2009. She is also a core member of the Ghost Research Society, headed by renowned paranormal researcher Dale Kaczmarek, and was appointed to the GRS Southern California Area Research Director position in 2009.
She is also a published author with the Ghost Research Society Press with her first book, Field Guide to Southern California Hauntings, published in 2009. Her second book, The Haunted Queen of the Seas: The Living Legend of the RMS Queen Mary was published in May of 2010. She is coming out with a new book on the RMS Queen Mary in 2015. She is currently at work writing other books about paranormal phenomena.
Nicole has conducted numerous paranormal research investigations throughout Southern California and even out-of-state. Her favorite place to conduct ghost research is at none other than the legendary RMS Queen Mary, located in Long Beach, California, as it is an ongoing historical and paranormal research project for her. Nicole has spent countless hours on the ship, gathering paranormal evidence, participating in research projects and continues to study the Mary’s extensive history. She gives presentations on the RMS Queen Mary at paranormal conferences and events, discussing the ship’s history, paranormal encounters and showcasing a wide array of paranormal evidence. Additionally, Nicole has talked about the haunted history of the Queen Mary on various internet paranormal talk radio shows, including her first commercial interview on the Mantz and Mitchell Show in June of 2013. She has recently come out with her own website and blog devoted to the Queen Mary, at http://www.spiritedqueenmary.com.
Nicole has been featured in various paranormal talk radio shows, DVD documentaries, and teaches local classes about paranormal research and investigation techniques. Additionally, Nicole has appeared on Travel Channel’s Ghost Stories, in an episode devoted to the Linda Vista Hospital and has also appeared in Biography Channel’s My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera, in 2012, discussing some interesting experiences from the William Heath Davis House, located in San Diego, California. She is also collaborating on a new paranormal talk radio show, which is set to debut in 2014.
Nicole enjoys working with other paranormal researchers in the field as she believes that through diligent research, teamwork and collaboration, we will all better understand the vast field of the paranormal. Visit the San Diego Paranormal Research Society at http://www.sandiegoparanormalresearch.com