In January of 2015, Cassidy began working as the MUFON archivist, responsible for organizing a new historic view of nearly 70,000 cases, within the database. Cassidy respectfully works under the needs of the Scientific Review Board, and answers to the needs of several data and historical avenues.
Cassidy was the co-host of “Thresholds Radio” and was host of “Paraliminal Radio” on the KGRA Digital Broadcasting Network – a live radio show covering all aspects of the fringe. Other works have been published through Schiffer Books, Mysterious Universe and Intrepid Magazine. She has lectured on many subjects ranging from the darker avenues to ancient spirituality. She has been spotlighted in TAPS magazine, National UFO Examiner, The Buffalo News and many other publications. Her documentary work includes site investigation for “Exploring Site 516.” She was a “Paradigm Symposium” logistics producer. As a researcher, Cassidy remains involved with several projects, and has developed historic information to tie together Native American footpaths and places of great importance to land history hundreds of years old.
Between years of research and her time with MUFON, she has accomplished many solo cases and focused her research in New York State’s Southern Tier area, though she has opened and successfully closed cases throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and Maryland.
Cassidy has been dubbed "The Paranormal Historian" throughout Western New York where she resides. Currently, Cassidy’s passion for the last ten years has been searching for a lost relic out of Western New York’s history, and hopes to finally locate this perpetual motion machine it in the summer of 2015. Cassidy can be viewed as a commentator on Season two of Hangar 1 on the History Channel. She is humbled daily by the great individuals she has been lucky enough to work with.
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