Tim Wood San Francisco Paranormal Founder, Paranormal Investigator
Tim Wood is the Founder of livescifi.tv and the Founder of San Francisco Bay Area Paranormal. Tim Wood began his interest in the paranormal at an early age. Tim Wood’s interest in the Paranormal began at an early age, due to the fact he grew up in a haunted house in the San Francisco Bay Area. Most of the activity that he experienced at his home was also experienced by the rest of the family in the household which gave Tim the passion and drive to search for further research and later documentation of paranormal activity. Tim Woods first started investigating the paranormal in Northern California in 2002 after attending school at UC Davis with numerous groups, that included Bay Area Paranormal Investigations (BAPI), Sonoma Spirit, and Bay Area Society for Paranormal Research (BASPR).
Tim Wood has studied the paranormal under Lloyd Auerbach, and John Zaffis. In 2007 Tim created livescifi.tv. LiveSciFi.tv since its inception has provided live interactive paranormal investigations from some of the most well known haunted locations in the world. His live, interactive, web broadcasts have been viewed by millions of viewers. He is considered not only as an innovator in paranormal research, but also in live streaming technology. Tim’s technical innovations have allowed his audience from all over the world to participate in his live events and also document paranormal activity as it transpires.
Tim Wood has researched and performed paranormal investigations at some of the most haunted locations in the world, which include Sallie House, Bobby Mackey’s, Waverly Hills, Alcatraz, Sharon Tate House, Queen Mary, USS Hornet, Washoe Club, St. Mary’s Hospital. He has also helped numerous people with demonic possessions and hauntings.
Tim Wood has been featured on Travel Channel’s “It Feels Evil” as lead investigator and also on Haunted Salem LIVE. He has also appeared in numerous publications and news articles regarding his paranormal research at these locations. Some of them can be found here.