Cindy Heinen and Randy Sunby are members of the Society for Anomalous Studies (SAS), a paranormal cooperative based out of Janesville, Wisconsin. Founded in 2011, SAS’s mission is to support the preservation of historical buildings through paranormal investigations and research that takes a deep dive into history. From these investigations and research they develop paranormal-themed presentations and events that have raised thousands of dollars for historical societies in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Aside from historical societies, SAS has investigated many of the most haunted locations in the Midwest, including asylums, abandoned hospitals, historical mansions, prisons, battleships and schools.
Cindy, co-director of SAS, (second from right in photo), started her paranormal endeavors in early 2000 when she captured the voice of a Civil War soldier on an audio recorder at Devils Den in Gettysburg. Since then she has participated in a number of EVP-based research projects, written essays and research papers and has written chapters for several paranormal-themed books. She is a founding member of the Society for Anomalous Studies.
Randy Sunby, director of the Society for Anomalous Studies, (center in photo), has a long standing interest in the paranormal and has been an active investigator for years. Randy has done investigations on aircraft carriers, the Queen Mary and other fascinating locations. With a deep respect for SAS’s historical partners, he insures their clients understand the evidence captured by connecting the dots between the spirits and the expanded history they often share. He is the “voice” of many of SAS’s videos.
Randy and Cindy will be presenting evidence and research from SAS’s investigations that demonstrates how spirits interact with them. The presentation will also show how, through historical research and other clues, their team is able to identify many of the spirits they interact with.