Powerhouse paranormal investigators, Amy Bruni and Adam Berry, enter America's darkest locations and demand answers to the most chilling haunted mysteries in Travel Channel’s “Kindred Spirits.” The co-stars and co-executive producers, discover and confront paranormal activity to determine who or what haunts the space and whether it’s safe for the living to remain. Their multi-layered investigations dig into the past in order to identify the dead and analyze the threat. With an arsenal of paranormal tools and a team of supernatural specialists the duo brings peace to those tormented by restless spirits, by giving a voice to the dead.
Before Amy Bruni decided to follow her dreams and turn paranormal investigation into her livelihood, she spent a decade in the health insurance industry. Now she calls upon more than 20 years of investigative experience while helping people reclaim their homes and lives from the mysteries of the unknown. She has traveled the country to visit its most haunted places, researched the group dynamics of ghost-hunting teams and lectured on the history of paranormal investigation. Beginning in 2008, Bruni was a staple on Syfy’s “Ghost Hunters” and served as the team’s historical researcher for seven seasons, during which time she met her ghost-hunting partner, Adam Berry. In 2014, she left the show to stay home with her family and start her own business, a boutique paranormal travel company called Strange Escapes. She also writes for her blog, My Spirited Life. The birth of her daughter and the importance of family have brought new value to Bruni’s investigations, putting more focus on helping families try to reach the spirits of their loved ones.
Adam Berry’s love and passion for the paranormal ignited from an extremely haunting experience he had in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. After many years of study and research, he founded his own paranormal research team with his husband Ben Berry. Then in 2010, he won Syfy’s reality competition show, “Ghost Hunters Academy,” earning a coveted spot on the network’s hit original series, “Ghost Hunters,” where he met and first teamed up with his investigation partner, Amy Bruni. When Berry isn’t looking for ghosts he is the executive director of Peregrine Theatre Ensemble, a non-profit theater company based in Provincetown, Mass. Adam also sits on the board of directors for “Tim’s Fund,” a non-profit scholarship program created to support social activists who change the world through art, music, literature and filmmaking.