With mobile flare, Tony enjoys sharing a wide range of historical content, combined with the latest available paranormal reports. As a Baltimore native his interest in the Patapsco Valley and Ellicott City locales began at a young age. Later, when his family relocated close to Gettysburg, PA, his level of interest was peaked and his knowledge has since grown. Tony's local public television career includes the creation of an award-winning YouTube web series entitled, A Few Odd Minutes in Howard County, dedicated to oddities and paranormal recurrences in the area.
Despite his expertise in the field, his contact remains mostly as that of an observer. He states, "We've all seen it before... provoking spirits just never turns out well. My story-telling stays focused on the positive energy that abounds in downtown Ellicott City and I can almost guarantee you'll walk away with picture proof!"
A resident of Old Ellicott City her entire life, Zoe grew up with tales of ghosts, monsters, and faeries in her backyard. With many of her local haunts rumored to be actually haunted, she has had multiple experiences in and around the historic district. Zoe holds a dual Bachelors Degree in Art History and Psychology from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has worked as an assistant and docent for multiple galleries and museums, including the BMA, UMD and STAMP galleries. She aspires to be an Art Historian, focusing on the portrayal of monsters in the nineteenth century. In the meantime, Zoe is behavioral therapist by day, ghost tour guide by night, and often spends her free time researching the monsters and collecting the ghostly experiences of others from her hometown.