Adam Berry is a paranormal investigator, music theatre performer, actor and cabaret singer. All these said together sound like a crazy cornucopia of madness, but a man with few hobbies might as well sit on the sideline. Adam grew up in Muscle Shoals, AL and moved to Boston, MA for college. He attended the Boston Conservatory and earned a BFA in Musical Theatre.
In 2006, Adam's interest in the paranormal peaked when he experienced some strange supernatural activity in Gettysburg, PA. He had experienced ghostly encounters as a child, but having these encounters as an adult turned Adam's slight interest in paranormal investigation into a passion. He started off by co-founding the Provincetown Paranormal Research Society (PPRS), which began as a forum to discuss paranormal activity and soon led to small-scale investigations.
In early 2010, Adam was blessed with the opportunity to put his investigative skills to the test on Syfy's reality series Ghost Hunters Academy, where hopefuls competed for the chance to become the next member of the TAPS (The Atlantic Paranormal Society) team. Adam was the last man standing, beating out seven other cadets for a spot, and is currently an active member of TAPS.
When he is not investigating ghosts he lives in New York City and Provincetown, MA. He has a successful theatrical career and has performed many self-produced cabaret shows. Adam also continues to develop BerryMeyer Productions, a company he founded with his husband Benjamin Berry and friend Tessa Bry.
In early 2010, Adam was blessed with the opportunity to put his investigative skills to the test on Syfy's reality series Ghost Hunters Academy, where hopefuls competed for the chance to become the next member of the TAPS team. Adam was the last man standing, beating out seven other cadets for a spot, and he is currently an active member of the team.
Check out a sneak peek of the next episode of Ghost Hunters, Tuesdays at 9/8c on Syfy.
Amy got scratched! This is not the first time someone has been scratched by a ghost in this old prison, and now the team has evidence!
Thank GOD for DVRs! They caught video of a stack of photos being pulled off the table. To quote Britt: "Holy Crap!"