Although Ron had grown up in NJ, he began investigating during his 14 years living in Los Angeles. This diversity in residence gave him the opportunity to investigate some of the most notable haunts on both coasts, including The Queen Mary, The Oman House, The Shanley Hotel, Whitehill Mansion and The Glen Tavern Inn, several times each.
He has a unique background as a stand-up comedian, MMA and Boxing Commentator as well as being a writer and Paranormal Investigator. Ron has hosted and interviewed in a variety of
fields, driven by a genuine love of connecting with others.
And while Ron enjoys all aspects of investigating, his affinity and area of specificity in afterlife research is ITC, Instrumental TransCommunication, The area of study is most known in the United States for a variety of devices seen on TV, such
as the Ovilus, Spirit Box, or Ghost Boxes.
While Ron has and continues to use those devices and
mobile apps, leaving no method unexplored, he has
spent almost two years doing innovative afterlife
research experimentation, rooted in the European
methodologies of ITC, known as DRV: Direct Radio
Voices. These methods predate any sweeping radio or
app of the modern ghost hunting movement, and
seemingly fell out of favor with casual paranormal
enthusiasts, but not with the dedicated researchers. So,
under the banner “GonYac Paranormal” with his girlfriend Lourdes Gonzalez, his ongoing DRV work has yielded very impressive results.
Ron possesses skepticism and an open mind, and feels that you should pursue results for any theory you may have. Period. If you have an agenda that all things are paranormal or all things are not, you’re a believer. Both are ideologies that stand in opposition of each other and indicative of what defines a believer. A Skeptic seeks absolution, not to debunk and discredit.
He feels that the field growing in acceptance is a paradigm shift which starts with “taking a scientific approach, not a scientistic one.”