Montana Jordan is an internationally-renowned paranormal and parapsychological researcher, with over 20 years of personal and professional field work experience. Montana has an academic specialty in occultism and the esoteric, and is employed as an independent consultant to several local and intercontinental research organizations. Montana is also a published freelance writer, specializing in holistic healing and all things occultic. In addition to taking on casework and holding lectures, Montana teaches classes on occult-related topics, and is frequently a guest to a myriad of radio, podcast and film projects. Montana is a proud two-time direct descendant of two distinct bloodlines from the Salem Witch Trials. She is the tenth great-granddaughter of the historical Susannah North Martin, hanged in 1692. She is also the tenth great-granddaughter of the historical Rebecca Shelley Addington Chamberlain, who died in prison in 1692 whilst awaiting execution. Montana maintains that, because ghosts are interdimensional energies, the whole of the paranormal and parapsychological fields are subtopic to the studies of theology and spirituality. Both an ordained minister and pagan priestess, Montana is obtaining her PhD in holistic theology. A Whitefish, Montana native, Montana presently resides in Portland, Oregon.