About Jeff Belanger
Executive Producer, Host, Writer
Jeff Belanger is one of the world’s most visible and prolific paranormal researchers, authors, and public speakers. Born and raised in New England, Jeff investigated his first haunted house at age ten during a sleepover at a historic home. Since then, the journalist has interviewed thousands of eyewitnesses to paranormal occurrences. He’s the ultimate insider and knows how to connect with people from all walks of life when it comes to the unexplained.
He is the author of more than a dozen books on mysterious phenomena (published in six languages) including the best sellers: The World’s Most Haunted Places, Weird Massachusetts, Our Haunted Lives, and Who’s Haunting the White House? (for children), and the 2014 Haunted New England wall calendar.
He’s also the host of the cable/Web talk show, 30 Odd Minutes which is available in over 9 million homes in the United States and Europe on Sky TV. Belanger has written for newspapers like The Boston Globe and is the series writer and researcher for Ghost Adventures on the Travel Channel. He’s been a guest on hundreds of radio and television programs including: The History Channel, The Travel Channel, Biography Channel, PBS, NECN, Living TV (UK), The Maury Show, The CBS News Early Show, CBS Sunday Morning, FOX, NBC, ABC, and CBS affiliates, National Public Radio, The BBC, Darkness Radio, Australian Radio Network, and Coast to Coast AM.
About Tony Dunne
Executive Producer, Director, Videographer, Editor
Tony Dunne is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning television producer, editor, and videographer. A native New Englander, he has been drawn to tales of the mysterious and supernatural since childhood. Tony has spent almost 20 years working as a producer for broadcast television in both commercial and public TV, honing his storytelling skills. He has produced magazine programs, quiz shows, live nightly newscasts, and political and public affairs programming. An accomplished documentarian, Dunne created the acclaimed nationally-distributed documentary Things That Go Bump in the Night: Tales of Haunted New England for PBS. As an independent producer, he wrote, shot and edited the award-winning behind-the-scenes featurette The Making of “A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud.” for legendary Hollywood actor/director Karen Allen (of Raiders of the Lost Ark and Animal House fame).
About Nate Buynicki
Director of Photography
Nate Buynicki loves the mysterious… so much so, there isn’t that much known about him! A native of Western Massachusetts and a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Nate may or may not have done a stint as guitarist for a hardcore metal band. But one thing we do know is that for more than a decade he’s been an award-winning veteran news videographer for ABC and CBS affiliates. He’s responsible for capturing the gorgeous and mysterious images in many episode of New England Legends.
Co-Host, Producer, New England Legends Podcast
Ray Auger has worked as a radio broadcaster for over 20 years and can currently be heard as the morning guy on 1013.MyFM in Milford, Massachusetts. His radio experience has led to many opportunities involving the paranormal including the time he caught an impressive EVP while doing a live broadcast at the Portsmouth Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, on Halloween Eve. He’s conducted dozens of radio interviews with people involved in the field, which led Ray to Jeff… and the rest is history.
Ray co-hosts, produces, and edits the New England Legends Podcast each week.
Ray is also a local musician in the thriving Greater Milford area local music scene where he not only plays in multiple bands and acts, but promotes local bands and venues. Follow Ray on Twitter!
John Judd composed all of the original music for New England Legends.
Frank Grace utilizes a special technique called Trig photography that turns renowned haunted buildings into stylized, yet creepy, works of art. Frank has been photographing weird and wonderful New England for the last 15 years. He combines his camera and eye with Photoshop manipulation to bring out the surreal aspects of his subjects. He’s been a finalist for Ron Howard’s “Project Imagination” for the last two consecutive years, his work has been shown in galleries in both New England and New York, his photography is featured in the stage show An Evening of Ghost Stories and New England Legends, and he loves all things ghostly and haunted. Frank uses a Nikon 45-megapixel DSLR camera with a variety of wide-angle and fish-eye lenses. In 2014, he published his first wall calendar with Tide-mark Press Ltd. Visit Frank’s Web site.