Phenix City business making national headlines for paranormal services
COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - An East Alabama business is gaining national attention for its unique services.
“The main goal for everyone that’s in this field, is what lies beyond… what happens after we pass,” said Attic Junky Paranormal owner and CEO Joshua Joiner.
The paranormal has sparked Joiner’s interest for years.
He now builds devices by hand to help people contact the dead.
“We put that online and just like clockwork they started flying off the shelves,” said Joiner.
Attic Junky Paranormal opened for business in Phenix City in March of 2021. Joiner was contacted months later with a major opportunity to grow his business.
“We got contacted by a very nice young lady and that it was to be a show that was a 6-pilot series,” said Joiner.
The conversation resulted in a deal with Discovery Plus to create devices for a new show featuring pop star host Kesha. The show is titled “Conjuring Kesha”.
“It was Kesha and we were very excited for that,” said Joiner “With Discovery Channel’s credentials she could’ve gone anywhere but she came to us.”
His support system is thankful to see how far his hobby has taken him.
“There’s a line in Hamilton that says “look at where you are and look at where you started”, said Joshua’s wife Allison Joiner. “He started off leaving wires all over my carpet in my living room and now he’s got an office space, he shipping nationwide, it’s just incredible what he’s done in such a short time.”
Joiner told News Leader 9 he’s currently working on more devices for season 2 of “Conjuring Kesha”. He also continues to assist in paranormal investigations across the country.
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