Divorce alert! Jay Wasley Wiki, bio, net worth, wife, girlfriend.

To say why Ghost Adventures is so popular amongst viewers is a difficult task. It can be the sense of spookiness that increases every passing moment, the locations, the writing, or something else. But what makes the series pop out to viewers is the incredible cast members. Jay Wasley is one of the recurring cast members of the show and is also the paranormal team’s sound mixer. Since his early appearances as a recurring cast member, Jay has established himself as one of the main cast members of Ghost Hunters and is adored by his fans. In this article, we will take a closer look at Jay Wasley and his adventurous life.

Filled with Secrets

Just like his adventures where a house is full of secrets, Jay Wasley is a man of secrets. He has revealed little about his early life, parents, and education. Jay Wasley was born on the 19th of November 1981 in New York. Apart from his date of birth, there is no information on Jay. Jay once revealed that he has always been interested in the paranormal. His interest began at a young age when Jay would hunt down books relating to the paranormal and voraciously read them. His passion developed at a young age and continued throughout high school.

Ghost Adventures star Jay Wasley
Ghost Adventures star Jay Wasley

Finding his Stride

When Jay seemingly had enough of studying on paranormal, he switched his attention to music. Over the years, he developed a host of new skills including but not limited to photography, direction, lecturing, and music. Over the years, Jay worked on a host of different endeavors. Long before he began his work in Ghost Adventures, Jay was a filmmaker working out of Philadelphia. This was way back in 2002 when Jay worked as a director of photography and audio Engineer. Since then, Jay has worked in his fair share of feature films, documentaries, television shows, national commercials, and music videos. Apart from his obvious talents in filmmaking, Jay is also dedicated to music and can play the piano, banjo, mandolin, and bass drums. Over the years, Jay has been associated with various bands including Total Breakdown, Colors of Sound, and Bodhi Grove.

Ghost Adventures

Jay Wesley has been part of the popular TV show Ghost Adventures since 2011. He started as an audio tech, recording the sounds of the haunted locations that the team visited. 

He soon became more involved in the investigations, appearing on camera as a member of the Ghost Adventures Crew (GAC) from season six onwards. He replaced Nick Groff as an investigator when he left the show in 2015. Since then, he has been exploring the dark and mysterious places with Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, and Billy Tolley, using his skills and equipment to capture evidence of the paranormal.

He has also participated in many of the spin-offs of Ghost Adventures, such as Aftershocks, Quarantine, and Serial Killer Spirits. He has witnessed some of the most terrifying and shocking moments on the show, such as being scratched by an unseen force, hearing demonic voices, and seeing apparitions.

Ghost Investigations & Controversies

One of the most controversial investigations that Wasley participated in was the one at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall in Downey, California. This was an abandoned detention center that was notorious for its violence, abuse and torture of young inmates. The place was also known as Devil’s Den, and it was said to be infested with evil spirits and demonic forces. During the investigation, Wasley and his colleagues experienced some of the most intense and disturbing phenomena they had ever encountered. They felt rage, aggression, confusion and fear. They lost time, memory and control. They even got into physical altercations with each other, something that had never happened before. His teammate Bagans later said that he was “really disturbed” by what happened at Devil’s Den, and that it “will forever put a mark on us”. 

Another controversial investigation that Wasley was involved in was the one at Lake Mead near Hoover Dam in Nevada. This was a vast reservoir that was created by the construction of the dam in the 1930s. The lake was known for its beauty, recreation and wildlife, but also for its tragedies, mysteries and deaths. Many people had drowned, disappeared or committed suicide in the lake over the years, leaving behind restless spirits and negative energy. 

Wasley and his team decided to investigate the lake and its surroundings, using ATVs, boats and bikes to access different areas. They encountered some of the most challenging and dangerous conditions they had ever faced. They had to deal with extreme heat, dehydration, exhaustion and injury. They also had to face some of the most terrifying and aggressive paranormal activity they had ever witnessed. They heard voices, screams and growls. They saw shadows, apparitions and lights. They felt touches, scratches and bites. Wasley said that the Lake Mead investigation was a “big undertaking” for them, and that they “pushed their limits physically and spiritually”.

A third controversial investigation that Wasley took part in was the one at Goatman’s Bridge in Denton County, Texas. This was an old metal bridge named after a local legend about a black goat farmer named Oscar Washburn who was lynched by a racist mob in the 1930s. According to the legend, Washburn’s body fell into the creek and was never found. His spirit then haunted the bridge, along with other entities such as satanists, witches and the Goatman himself.

Wasley and his team decided to investigate the bridge and its surrounding woods at night, using various equipment and techniques to communicate with the spirits. They experienced some of the most frightening and violent phenomena they had ever faced.

Wasley later said that the Goatman’s Bridge investigation was one of the most traumatic experiences he had ever had, and that it permanently affected his marriage. He said that he and his then-wife Ashley, who served as the group’s still photographer, had such a horrific experience that it caused them to divorce. 

Other Works

Besides his work on Ghost Adventures, Jay Wesley is also a successful filmmaker and writer. He owns his own media company, Simple Equations Media LLC, which produces various projects such as documentaries, shorts, and concerts. He has written and directed films such as Dominican and 10262028, which showcase his creativity and vision.

Net Worth

Jay Wesley is a multi-talented personality who has made a name for himself in the fields of audio engineering, filmmaking and paranormal investigation. He has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2023. This is based on his earnings from Ghost Adventures, as well as his other projects in the film industry. He has worked as a director, writer, producer, cinematographer, sound editor and special effects artist for various films and shows. 

Personal Life- Wife & Kids

For the longest time, Jay Wasley was married to Ashely Wasley. The pair worked together on Ghost Adventures and Ashely was a part of Jay’s crew. This was until a supposed demon got attached to Ashely and caused problems. The pair have since gotten a divorce and Jay has moved on with his new girlfriend, Morgan Cassiani. Jay is not known to have any children.

Wiki/Bio Facts

Full nameJason David Wasley
Date of BirthNovember 19, 1981
AgeReality TV personality,  Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Audio engineer
Place of BirthNew York, USA
Eye ColorHazel Brown
Hair ColorDark Brown
ProfessionReality TV personality,  Producer, Director, Cinematographer, Audio engineer
Net worth$2 Million (estimated)
Marital StatusMarried
Ex-WifeAshely Wasley
ChildrenNot Known
GirlfriendMorgan Cassiani
Zodiac SignScorpio
Social Media HandleInstagram, Twitter

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