Keith Ramsey is a God-fearing, beard-loving, concrete-hating, good ol' boy who was born in Huntsville, Alabama and raised all around the Tennessee Valley. He joined the group after a lifetime of paranormal events that began with visions at the age of 5. Keith saw his first apparition at age 9 and has had the gift of sensitivity and "sight" ever since. On investigations he is often contacted by spirits. While not investigating paranormal claims, Keith has worked in landscaping on and off for the last few years because he loves the freedom of working outdoors. Keith's life revolves around God, family, close friends, camping and fishing.
Keith is a long-time musician who uses music as a way to engage spirits during investigations. He's been a singer, songwriter and guitarist with several different bands throughout the years, including The Keith Ramsey Band (KRB) and the Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band, Comin' Home. He is currently the vocalist and lyricist for Kentucky-based rock band Ura-Kia. Keith credits his uncles – songwriter Donald Ramsey and professional guitarist/session artist Maurice Ramsey – for introducing him to music. Keith learned to write songs during his teenage years when sifting through the songs and poetry that his grandmother Rachel Willamena Rhodes-Ramsey wrote throughout her lifetime.
You won't believe some of the things you hear from Hart!
The cast reflects on their memorable moments from Episode 3
Watch a montage of the best quotes from the Deep South Paranormal team in episode 3.