President Trump’s pick to be a federal district judge in Alabama has written about paranormal activities, according to a new report.
Brett Talley said he was part of the Tuscaloosa Paranormal Research Group between 2009 and 2010, according to a Senate Judiciary Committee questionnaire obtained by The Daily Beast.
The group says on its website it is “searching for the truth of the paranormal existence” and helps those who may be “living with paranormal activity that can be disruptive and/or traumatic.”
“If we go into a private house, we mainly try and debunk what’s going on,” he told The Daily Beast.
Talley has also written books on the subject, including one with Higdon called “Haunted Tuscaloosa.”
“In the pages of this book, you will hear tales of haunted houses and shadows moving through university buildings,” the authors wrote in the book.