Eric and Gail Jones
I.G.H.S. Certified Ghost Hunters,
Paranormal Investigators and Instructors

Erick and Gail Jones

Eric grew up in St. Louis, MO, and has been interested in the paranormal and astral projection since childhood. His interest in the paranormal field heightened in 1980 with the passing of his mother and his father about 3 years later.

Gail grew up in Murphysboro, IL, and has been interested in the paranormal from a very young age. Being an avid reader, she has read, studied, and researched the paranormal and the afterlife through hundreds of books, with particular interest in the historical evolution of information on everything paranormal.

Eric and Gail have been married for 49 years and have continued their respective interests with the paranormal and with a group of other interested paranormal enthusiasts for 9 years before organizing Spirit Connection Investigations in 2011 with Diane Lane.

Eric retired in 2014 after 28 years with the federal government, and Gail retired in 2017 after working 34 years as a self-employed bookkeeper for small businesses. In 2016, they left Colorado and moved to the Branson, MO, area for retirement and to expand SCI.


Diane Lane
I.G.H.S. Certified Paranormal Investigator,
Ghost Researcher and EVP Researcher

Diane Lane

Diane grew up in Manassas, Virginia next to the civil war battlefield where the First and Second Manassas (also referred to the Battle of Bull Run) was fought in 1861 and 1862.

At a young age, she started experiencing several paranormal incidents - not only in the house she grew up in, but had a significant experience while visiting Gettysburg Battlefield with her family at the age of 7 years while walking the grounds of the battlefield.

She since became fascinated and curious about the paranormal world and has spent a great amount of time traveling to battlefields between Pennsylvania and North Carolina to experience the energy of the wars, and has a passion for researching the history of all areas where investigations are being conducted. She continues to read books relative to our history, and loves visiting old homes from the 18th and 19th centuries, as "they hold so much energy - it's astounding."