One woman in a haunted gold mine, with a bunch of gruff looking blokes, explosives and ghosts, who would've thought that would be a Television show concept that production companies would go for?
Whoever pitched the idea, and made it happen, Bravo to you, because, as it turned out, the show was immensely popular among the paranormal show viewing audiences, and introduced a new female lead, that would inspire many young women to look towards paranormal investigation as a hobby, a way of life, or a profession.
Kristen Lumen, the flame haired investigator of Ghost Mine, earned herself a BA in Psychology from Portland State University, from which she focused her studies on Paranormal Psychology and Human Development.
Kristen Lumen: “I was just really fascinated as a child. I was the little girl at the slumber parties trying to convince the other girls to play with Ouija boards and hold séances. I constantly read books about the paranormal to the point of worrying my Mom. I first started doing investigations in college while taking a parapsychology course”
Kristen studied at the Hypnosis Motivation Institute where she became a certified hypnotherapist and also became a member of the American Hypnosis Association, from these beginnings she went on to study Pain Management and Energy Healing. Kristen is also a strong believer in the power of thought and belief, that through belief, one can achieve what they desire (Known as the Eriksonian school of thought)
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