The following year she transferred to main campus and started attending PRS meetings.
"PRS is the only club Heather Taddy Paranormal State Heather Taddy Paranormal State Heather Taddy and Katrina Weidman Paranormal State Ryan Buell and Heather Taddy Paranormal State Ryan Buell and Heather Taddy Paranormal State that I am a part of," said Taddy, "but if I had more time I would definitely join the comedy club." When asked about what she thinks are her greatest accomplishments while at Penn State, she lists joining PRS and the opportunity to participate on a major television show.
Heather Taddy from "Paranormal State" stars in the A&E reality docu-series.
Heather Taddy is a senior at Penn State, majoring in Film and Media Studies, with an invested interest in French.
She spent her first two years at a branch campus in Altoona, her hometown.
In Fall 2005, she discovered PRS after reading an article about the club in the Halloween edition of the campus newspaper.
Outside of PRS, you can find Heather creating music with her experimental/progressive rock band, working at Hot Topic and producing experimental films.
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Follow along with Ryan Buell, founder of the widely respected Paranormal Research Society, as he and his crack team of investigators aggressively explore freaky phenomena such as poltergeists, unexplained animal deaths and disembodied cries.
When things go bump in the night, you can't really call the Ghostbusters.
But you could call the student-run Paranormal Research Society at Penn State University to figure out whether your haunting is real or just a hoax.