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They won't interact with the guys sometimes, and vice versa--the men sometimes don't have the same respect for me as when the guys come in.
Something we have to take into account is that these are people [who lived] a long time ago, when people were treated differently.
Amy started with the series in 2008 and Adam joined in 2010 after winning "Ghost Hunters Academy." Deadline also added that Bruni and Berry are "...teaming to develop a new show idea in the paranormal space." and they "also are negotiating with a casino company for an ongoing series of appearances in Las Vegas and other markets across the US." This caused quite a social media frenzy especially since Bruni and Berry are fan favs.
Co-Founder of TAPS, Jason Hawes and Pilgrim Studios are now in the recruitment process to fill the gap. Adam Berry and Amy Bruni took to their Facebook pages today to make statements about their departures and to clear up any rumors. Adam's statement: In light of an article that came out yesterday on Deadline and tons of rumors circling the internet: First, there are some amazing episodes of Ghost Hunters that will be airing in October with me and Amy including the 200th episode which is a great milestone for GH, Sy Fy and Pilgrim Films! After much deliberation, Amy and I have decided to step away from Ghost Hunters to pursue other endeavors. This was 100% our decision that we came to after some discussion with the production company.
Click here for the announcement and details from Pilgrim. Ultimately, the toll that traveling for the show and the sometimes unpredictable schedule that came with it, proved to be too much for us in light of family and other obligations. Personally, it was time to move on to other things and for new adventures.
I also didn't want to overshadow Grant leaving. Sometimes when it got late he would take one look at me and be like, "Go to bed."What about the work itself--did being pregnant change your perception or your approach when it came to ghost hunting?
I could never tell if it was my hormones or if I was legitimately more in tune with things, but I felt more empathy, and I do now, especially after having Charlotte Becoming a mother does something.