Katherine saw a ghost for the first time as a teenager. Her curiosity and fascination with the experience drove her to join Historic Ghost Watch and Investigation as a paranormal investigator in 2012, the same year she joined Ghosts of Marietta as a guide. Meanwhile, she earned her degree in Creative Writing at Georgia State University. Katherine has a passion for storytelling. By day, Katherine works as a communicator, telling her company's stories. By night, she tells the treasured stories of Marietta's dead. She loves to hear her tour participants to tell their ghost stories as well.
Michele Lowe has grown up different than many, in that she is a fourth generation psychic, a paranormal investigator and a psychic researcher. She has been featured on Destination America’s A Haunting and is a featured writer in Crypid Creatures From Dark Domains: Dogmen, Devil Hounds, Phantom Canines and Real Werewolves and Amityville And Beyond: Lore of The Poltergeist And Other Paranormal Phenomena.
She has been an active paranormal investigator since 2002-2003.
Amanda has always enjoyed ghost stories and tales of the super natural. Born on Halloween, Amanda has felt drawn to all things ghostly. She and her husband were even married in Savannah, Ga, known as the most haunted city in the country. When she’s not being the ghost hostess with the mostest, Amanda enjoys traveling, spending time with her family & is a proponent of animal rescue.
Maddie Fay loves spending autumn nights walking people through the cemetery more than she loves most things. She daylights as a lighting designer, electrician, and carpenter for theatre, concerts, television, and film, and she also appears around Atlanta sharing her work as a writer and storyteller.
Jeff is an actor in both film and theater. Was most recently seen co starring in Nashville and Brockmire. Hope you have a spooky time!
Lindsey is a seventh generation Mariettan and has found through ancestry.com that her family moved here in 1845. She loves everything about the city...especially its haunted history! She grew up doing theater locally and currently directs elementary drama with the Strand Theater’s education department and also gives history tours on the trolley. In her free time you can usually find her spending time with her husband and children, usually in the Marietta Square, her favorite place on Earth!
Emily is a graduate of Kennesaw State University with a BS in Theatre and Performance Studies. She has had a fascination with all things paranormal from a young age, and has found her home-away-from-home with her ghost tour family. When she's not leading ghost tours, you can hear her as zombie apocalypse survivor Jennifer Long in the podcast Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope.
I enjoy fall because it's Ghost of Marietta time! For the last five years, I've had the pleasure of working in the Trolley office during the ghost tours. I love the energy, the excitement and the scaaarrrrrrry costumes!