Jay, the founder and CEO of The Paranormal Company is a paranormal researcher and investigator. A writer and TedX speaker, Jay has dedicated his career towards exploring the unknown and educating the masses about paranormal reality. He believes in the power of knowledge over fear and strives to bust the prevalent myths and superstitions about the paranormal in our country. An ardent supporter of the anti-superstition laws, Jay strongly feels the need to have one common anti-superstition law for the whole nation.
Being a pioneer in the field of Paranormal Investigation in India, Jay has an array of accolades to his name. He is the official representative of 14 international paranormal research troops including the prestigious Piedmont-Triad Paranormal Investigations and Grey Wolf Paranormal Networking. Jay has investigated over 100+ haunted sites and 150+ cases of paranormal activities over a span of 10 years and has previously served as a full-time member of the International Paranormal Research Society.
Jay is currently based in Delhi but his profession requires him to travel round the year. Alongside his role as the CEO and Lead Investigator of The Paranormal Company he’s engaged in writing, blogging and creating podcasts. Written by him and Neil D’Silva, a book on his life titled ‘Haunted’ will be launched by Penguin around Halloween this year.
Jay is a paranormal investigator with a difference—a much-needed difference. Having collaborated on a bestselling book with him, I know that he's not the stereotypical ghostbuster who goes around poking dark places with devices. Instead, he has an almost philanthropic view of throwing light on the unknown, or 'paranormal reality' as he calls it. My best wishes to Jay in this lofty mission he has undertaken, of ridding our society of blind faith and superstitions.
By- Neil D'Silva
One of India's premier paranormal experts, Jay's zest and unwavering dedication to explore the unknown and uncover myths & superstitions plaguing the country, is highly commendable.
Director, The Book Bakers
I always thought that paranormal experts look scary like 'Taantriks' but that wasn't the case with Jay. Apart from being a great paranormal expert he is also a very good story teller. He is well aware of the three important aspects of story writing: beginning-middle-end. It's very difficult to believe that such a calm and composed person has had so many encounters and has been to almost more than 130 haunted places in India. I think it's high time that we update our 'Bhooton Ki Kahaniyaan' with reality and Jay is going to make a major contribution to that.