Stephen Belyeu is an Austin based filmmaker and storyteller. He grew up in a small South Texas town surrounded by tales of the paranormal and local folklore. Since having his very own life-changing paranormal experience as a child, he’s been on a quest for answers. Through writing, filmmaking, and other endeavors like this podcast, Stephen has come closer to the answers he’s been seeking all these years.
Alexis A. Arredondo is a graduate of Texas A&M University Corpus Christi where he double majored in Theatre and Communications-Media. He grew up in a small South Texas town near the Mexican border where he was enamored with local legends, folklore and spirituality. Alexis is a spiritual student and practitioner of Curanderismo, Santisima Muerte and Mexica spiritual traditions.
Sara is an anonymous clairvoyant / medium residing the in Austin area. She discovered her unique ability later in life and now uses it to communicate with what most cannot see or sense in the natural world. Stephen and Alexis crossed paths with Sara many years ago on an old case and the team had a hand in helping her discover and understand her gift. Now, with a better grip on her ability, Sara assists The Night Owl team on every case she can.
Thao Nguyen is a freelance photographer based out of Austin, who loves her crazy dog, hiking & cute little towns. Thao got her degree in photojournalism from Syracuse University and has been working as a freelancer since 2008.
Recent clients include Whole Foods Market, General Motors, Amazon Now, Dallas Morning News, San Antonio Express- News, ZocDoc
Industry: Events, Editorial, Food, Sports, Commercial, and Weddings
Nicholas Fair is the multi-disciplined musician and artist behind Gnosis Antiquarius, an online archive of his visual arts, written work and audio recordings. Based out of Corpus Christi, Texas where he was born and currently resides, Nicholas began composing music in 1999, inspired by the medium that best provided him the ability to better understand himself and the human condition. Since that time he has gone on to create a prolific and varied body of work which brings together emotive vocals and swelling musical arrangements, as showcased in his most recent release “Percuss at Sunrise,” which imbibes a dreamlike mood and fashions a sense of melancholic nostalgia for the listener. Creation for Nicholas is a process which he likens to a meditative slumber, an exorcism of ethical afflictions; A confrontation of sadness, the release of dreaming, and dark, ethereal qualities that emanate through his world. With more projects underway, a selection of his past releases can be heard here: Gnosis Antiquarius
Sam Belyeu is the team's lead historical researcher and assists on every case he can. Sam is also host Stephen Belyeu's father and as the picture to the left clearly depicts, has supported him pursuing the arts from day one!
Jennifer Treviño is a two-time graduate of The University of Texas at Austin who hails from San Antonio. Her interest in the supernatural began at a very young age and has only intensified with time. She specializes in people/project management and does frequent work for television, indie/feature films, and promotional modeling.
Franklyn Gould is an Austin native who grew up with a natural curiosity for all things science, mythos and the paranormal. Growing up, Franklyn would often study divination tools (Ouija boards, tarot cards, runes), esoteric mysticism, various occult studies, as well as the potential correlation to the sciences. During college, he returned back to studying paranormal phenomenon more in-depth and their effects on the psyche. In turn, Franklyn has become more of a skeptic, favoring more scientific outcomes and repeatable results. Presently, Franklyn is an Art Director in Marketing, with various hobbies including the paranormal, furniture making and collecting whiskies as well as writing about them at whiskeycurator.com.
David Dalton of Driftwork Sound
P. D. Wilder, ex-Hotel Hotel, continues in the age-old tradition of hillbilly beardos playing ambient drone music solo armed with a guitar & a dozen pedals. Now a father, Wilder recorded much of “remember to remind me” during the nine months before his son’s birth. A reflection & meditation on life with change during the anticipation of change. Birth, life, death, birth, always changing always moving forward, always the same – yet always building & changing, drone is forever.