Co-Founder & Social Media Guru
This is a link to Ms. Williams' online portfolio:
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Hello, we are Paranormal Critics. Welcome everyone! We hope you will enjoy spending sometime exploring the supernatural with us.
Yes, it’s true, we’re very critical about the television shows that have multiplied, on the small screen, over the last few years. We believe some of them ring true - and others some a bit too theatrical. Then there are some shows that are too bizarre - even to be taken seriously!
This website was inspired by our endless (and yes, passionate!) conversations about the paranormal. We thought, if you combine our experience, with what’s showing on television, this would be a great forum for us to communicate our excitement.
Our goal is to guide the viewer with honest critique and logical reasoning. It’s not the case that we’re “unbelievers”. We only interested in making the point that a viewer should be careful about what they actually see and what is actually real. So, without further ado, please explore the site.
We are writers, and would love to hear from you!
Bertie has been writing for more than forty years. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Jersey City State University and minored in creative writing. She has published two books, Out of Chaos a collection of poetry, and Tales On The Road of Life a compilation of stories abour life from around the world. She is currently working on a collection of short stories to be published in 2014. Ms Williams has a strong interest in the paranormal, especially lost civilizations and their effects on the present day way of life.
Co-Founder & Publisher
Link to Ms Daigle's Criminal Minds' reviews:
Renee is a freelance entertainment editor and writer, who grew up in the shadows of the New England Patriots stomping ground. She graduated from Fisher College with an AS in Travel and Tourism, and Emerson College with a BS in Film. After Emerson; she believed, in her heart, that it was time to move to New York to pursue a childhood dream of becoming a music industry insider. She once called Atlantic
Records, Elektra Entertainment, and PolyGram Records home. She has worked as an editor-in-chief for several national music publications. In between writing breaks, she can be found writing her first novel, a supernatural thriller, and reading scripts for Triboro Pictures. She also enjoys recapping her favorite television shows.
Making Sense of the Supernatural
Ms. Daigle, a skeptic-at-heart, who enjoys exploring the supernatural and chronicling her findings.
Ms. Williams always has a smile for the Paranormal Community. Although she is a skeptical-believer, she awaits that one bit of proof that eludes the field.