EXCLUSIVE: Popular Ghost Hunters cast members Amy Bruni and Adam Berry have decided to leave Syfy‘s flagship unscripted series. I’ve learned that the duo are teaming to develop a new show idea in the paranormal space. Bruni, who has more than 20 years experience studying the paranormal, has been on Ghost Hunters since 2008; Berry joined the series in 2010. Ghost Hunters is in the process of recruiting new members of Jason Hawes’ The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) team to fill the void left by Bruni and Berry’s departure. Bruni and Berry, repped by Westpoint Entertainment’s Bill Stankey, also are negotiating with a casino company for an ongoing series of appearances in Las Vegas and other markets across the US.
‘Ghost Hunters’ Co-Stars Amy Bruni & Adam Berry To Depart, Develop Paranormal Series
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