Andrew Homer is a Black Country author who writes about all things historical and paranormal. He holds an MA in West Midlands History and frequently presents lectures on subjects as diverse as alcohol in Victorian society and local hauntings. He works as a costumed demonstrator at the Black Country Living Museum where he can be found telling stories about the history and characters of the old Black Country. Andrew is also the Secretary of the Black Country Society.
Andrew has also been involved in researching anomalous phenomena for well over 20 years. He is a published author and has presented lectures for the FT Unconvention, ASSAP and the Ghost Club. He is also a previous winner of the Michael Bentine Memorial Award for anomaly research. He has taken part in many notable investigations over many years with ASSAP and has appeared on numerous radio and television programmes. Andrew has investigated alleged anomalous phenomena in every type of location including castles, stately homes and private houses. He can often be found enjoying a pint of beer in a real ale pub, haunted of course!