Associate Director, Investigator, & Photographer Stephanie Sutera

As the Associate Director, she is the second in command with the Thames Society of Paranormal Investigations. While on assignment, she is one of the lead investigators which acts as a liaison between the clients and the team and leads the group itself throughout the hunt. Since she has been doing photography for well over a decade, she is the team’s photographer taking images of the locations and utilizing her method of spirit photography called 'The Sutera Process' whilst investigating.  In addition, Stephanie is in charge of the website, making T.S.P.I.'s videos and graphics,  social media marketing, networking, and their stores. Ms. Sutera is a writer for TSPI's The Haunted Blog and assists in the creation of events and appearances ranging from radio shows to conventions to lectures.

Stephanie Sutera TSPI

Stephanie Sutera was born and raised in Connecticut but briefly lived in Maine in a cabin off the grid. When she is not paranormal investigating, she is a vocalist concentrating on the jazz and swing styles of the 1920's through the mid-1950's.  Stephanie is also the Co-Owner of Rocky Maridia Productions which is a network that makes comedic video game let's plays and shorts. Aside from that, she thoroughly enjoys cooking, throwing events and themed parties, and anything retro or horror based, including music, video games, and movies. Most of all Stephanie loves spending time with her family.

Since childhood, Stephanie has always had an infatuation with anything to do with the paranormal persuasion. When she was a youth, she would frequently rent horror movies and check out story books of alleged hauntings from the library. That fascination really never left and continued to grow throughout her life. During high school, her curiosity on the subject really peaked, due to events at a close friend’s residence that she had frequented which was particularly active.  This helped fuel her determination in finding the truth about the paranormal world to this day.