Dr. Darryll Walsh

Since childhood, Darryll Walsh has dedicated his life in pursuit of paranormal. A holder of a doctorate in parapsychology, he taught various courses in parapsychology at the Nova Scotia Community College, even as he pursued graduate studies in counselling psychology. He has authored four supernatural books: “Ghosts of Nova Scotia”, “Ghost Waters: Canada’s Haunted Sea and Shores”, “Legends and Monsters of Atlantic Canada”, and “That Which Survives: The Case of the Near-Death Experience”. Proclaimed “Canada’s Ghost Hunter” by the Ottawa Citizen. He has also researched, written and produced documentaries and television including “Zombie Mania”, “Pretty Bloody”, “Bigfoot’s Reflection” and “City of the Dead: Halifax and Titanic Disaster”. He hosted and narrated 13 episodes of the television series Shadow Hunter from 2005-2006. He was also consulted in episode #204 Poltergeist Phenomenon on the television show Supernatural Investigator. He is presently engaged in obtaining his doctorate in clinical psychology which will make him Canada’s first clinical parapsychologist; trained to treat those adversely affected by their experience of the supernatural.

Darryll has extensive experience in media relations, appearing on The Discovery Channel, CTV, Global, CBC 1 radio, and being extensively interviewed by national and regional newspapers such as The Globe and Mail, The Ottawa Citizen, The Chronicle Herald, and the Daily News, using his comprehensive knowledge and experience to clarify and educate various topics in the paranormal.