Paranormal Underground Radio: Hiram Henderson - Director of Operations for Maryland Paranormal Research

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In this episode of Paranormal Underground Radio: In The Dark, we talk with Hiram Henderson, director of operations for Maryland Paranormal Research, which was founded in 2011 with a mission to conduct investigations of paranormal phenomena using technical means to examine haunting claims. 

Hiram Henderson is a decorated/retired Navy officer who has worked in planning and analytic capacities across several staffs at the operational and tactical levels. Prior to service, he was a university lecturer in statistics and finite mathematics. Due to personal experiences, interest in the paranormal came late in life. 

He has focused the work of Maryland Paranormal Research on documenting paranormal event horizons through video, audio and data acquisition. His technical work emphasizes use of machine-synchronized sensors to continuously monitor environmental conditions, professional audio sound stages, and imaging in invisible spectra of light. The group's research involves a blend of the physical sciences and parapsychology with emphasis on transcommunication events. 

He is joined by an electrical engineer, a former flight nurse, a writer, and former members of the Coast Guard and other uniformed services. His group has conducted several expeditions at historic locations in the greater Maryland region, including Historic Savage Mill, Cockey's Tavern in Westminster, and Nemacolin-Bowman's Castle in Brownsville, PA. 

Hiram has appeared on the Discovery Networks documentary television series A Haunting, which is on the Discovery Networks' Destination America channel. For more information about the team, visit

Air Date: April 7, 2016

Topic: Paranormal Investigation, Paranormal Experience, Paranormal Theory

Guest: Hiram Henderson

Hosts: Karen Frazier, Chuck Gotski, Jim Frazier, Nicole Strickland

Producer: Cheryl Knight