Ross's interest in all things strange, began as a child after a series of strange experiences, but it wasn't until 2001 that he found himself with enough time and money to actually begin real investigations into anomalous phenomena.
He was running his own independent TV production company Galaxi Television when the opportunity arose to investigate an alleged haunted building, which started him off on a road that was to take him across the world following reports of UFO's ghosts, inter-dimensional vortices, crop circles and The Knights Templar.
Ross became known as somewhat of an expert on the so-called ORB phenomena, at a time when other paranormal investigators were writing them off as dust or moisture. His experiments seemed to prove that there was more to the 'orb' than this!
He also investigated seeming links between the Sinclair family and the Knights Templars, and found what appeared to be evidence of a link between the King Arthur legends and the Templars in Perthshire, Scotland, thus bring the two great 'grail legends' together.
On a trip to Wannaque New Jersey in the USA, he encountered some of the strangest photographs he had ever seen, and could not again, find rational or logical explanations for what seemed to be appearing in the photographs.
Whilst making the GHOST DETECTIVES series, he proved that ley lines and energy lines were different, as leys could seemingly be moved at will, whereas energy lines seemed static and tied to Earth fault lines or grids. To prove this he took three different dowsers into a room at Bowden House in Devon and asked them to search for a ley, none of them found one. He then sent them all outside, and mentally projected a leyline across the room. The three dowsers all then re-entered the room one at a time, and each found the ley in exactly the same place. Ross has since recreated this experiment many times with the same success.
Ross's knowledge of anomalous phenomena investigation and general research, has made him the ideal host for a show such as Now THAT'S Weird, because he remains open-minded enough to give his guests the opportunity to state their case, whilst knowing enough to be able to question their research techniques. In each the show the audience are left to decide whether they believe in what the guest has put forward.
When asked about his own favourite shows and guests Ross said "there are just too many to choose from but Michael Mott, Bob Dean, Jim Marrs and Drunvalo Melchizadek were certainly very interesting, and I always enjoyed chatting to both Nick Pope and David Icke, but one of my personal favourite interviews was with Dr Edgar Mitchell, the astronaut who allegedly walked on the moon, and is now a firm believer in UFO's"