Elizabeth Saint first demonstrated a sensitivity and fascination with the supernatural when she experienced manifestations and activity as a child in her family's south Jersey home. Her interest in the natural phenomena of electricity came about after she was struck by lightning on two separate occasions. This fascination led her to pursue a degree in engineering. While completing her B.S in Electrical Engineering, with a concentration in Electrical Systems Technology, she worked as an Engineer Technician for the Department of Defense. It was with that job that she moved to the Washington, DC area six years ago.
After an increase in unexplainable experiences in her apartment, Saint became determined to get more involved in the paranormal field. In her search for a local team of investigators she found Maryland Paranormal Research and immediately started taking on residential cases as a technician and investigator. After investigating Shepherdstown, West Virginia in 2015, Elizabeth was inspired to start creating her own paranormal equipment to use on investigations under the name Ghostly Gadgets. Her first prototype, the E-Box, was seen on Destination America’s first season of Paranormal Lockdown at Franklin Castle in Ohio. You can see many of her new devices on Season 2 of Ghosts of Shepherdstown.