John Kiesewetter reports:
Cincinnati paranormal investigator/photographer/blogger/legal assistant Molly O’Connolly debuts at 10 p.m. tonight on Syfy’s new “Killer Contact” investigative reality series from the producers of “Ghost Hunters.”
The Lakota East High School graduate earned a psychology degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2009. The Cincinnati resident joins four others going around the world looking for paranormal proof linked to infamous historical figures, starting tonight with “Jack the Ripper.”
The “Killer Contact” team includes point man Austin Cook, researcher Adam Leidenfrost, ghost interrogator Greg Niecestro, tech guru Hector Barragan and O’Connolly,” described by Syfy as a “role player.”
Here’s last week’s blog:
Cincinnati paranormal investigator/photographer/blogger/legal assistant Molly O’Connolly is part of the team in Syfy’s new “Killer Contact” investigative reality series from the producers of “Ghost Hunters.”
O’Connolly, a Lakota East High School graduate, and four others travel around the world “looking for paranormal proof of infamous historical figures including Lucrezia Borgia, Jack the Ripper and Dracula,” Syfy says.
The series premieres with “Jack the Ripper” (10 p.m. Dec. 4), when the team “heads to London, England, on the trail of the real identity of one of the world’s most notorious serial killers. While there, the team talks to a Ripper expert and investigates new reports of paranormal activity at the Ten Bells Pub and the Princess Alice – Victorian-era pubs said to have ties to Jack’s victims.”