Thames Society Of Paranormal Investigations

It is believed that many remain buried beneath the park, and the surrounding houses are rumored to get visits from spirits. One particularly haunted house, The Henry Treat Rogers Mansion, has since been demolished, but not before inspiring the story The Changeling, which author Russell Hunter based on real-life events he experienced while living there. Reports of cold spots and the smell of tobacco have been attributed to the old laundry room, while a female prisoner is said to haunt cell 19, where she passed away. For an in-depth experience, book a spot on one of the summertime Paranormal Investigation Night tours, when experts lead a thrilling ghost hunt complete with the latest technology to capture your own proof.

Representing the Southern Utah Paranormal Society for the A.P.E.X. Event included members Todd, Tina, and her daughter, Shannon. While at a site, the members of the team often find common explanations for the claims of the occupants. In conclusion, the team will report on its findings, and express their opinion that a site is “haunted” or “not haunted.” They distinguish themselves from other paranormal groups by going into a case by claiming they wish to disprove a haunting.

We volunteer our time, experience, and knowledge to help find an explanation as to what our clients may be experiencing at their location and whether or not it could be related to paranormal activity. In addition to private homes and historical locations, we also participate in many public events and fundraisers and do our best to provide help, guidance, and support to many community programs in need. Olympic Peninsula Paranormal Society is a professional investigation team in the realm of the paranormal. We use the scientific method of evidence gathering using audio, photo and video to find evidence of haunting or explanation for what is going bump in the night. As a team, we have done many investigations in and around the Olympic/Kitsap Peninsula in the great northwest region of Washington State. We charge no fees for our services and do this as a hobby for our own personal quest to gathering great evidence of the paranormal.

The MFPS team brings together a professional approach to solving paranormal phenomena. To get involved and learn more about this student organization please contact the Principal Members above by email directly. To complete their investigations, they use basic equipment such as flashlights, cameras and voice recorders. They also have more advanced equipment like electromagnetic meters, BooBuddy and a spirit box. Joshua had personal experiences earlier in his life, creating a deep interest in the paranormal activity.

We are a team of skilled investigators with professionalism and integrity. With our team of investigators spread throughout Ohio, we are equipped to help all over the state and surrounding areas. Whether you hear a bump in the night, a whisper in your ear, or feel a tug on your hair; we are here to help. If you need advice, suggestions or recommendations on paranormal activity you feel you are experiencing, please provide sufficient detail to describe your situation.

“One of our big things that we do as a club is go on paranormal investigations.” This 1893 Glenwood Springs accommodation is known as one of the state’s most haunted thanks to the paranormal activity that takes place under its roof. Both guests and staff have reported getting goosepimples at the sound of a woman wailing, and the lights are known to flicker unexpectedly.

The group cites expectations made popular by reality TV’s “Ghost Hunters” on SyFy or “Ghost Adventures” on Travel Channel. The spotlight on ghost hunting, they say, certainly has its pros and cons. But waving around the herbs in her apartment didn’t stop the paranormal phenomena. One group seeks to debunk paranormal activity, and the other makes appearances at special events or nonprofit functions. It goes on to disclose the SCG are not actual paranormal investigators or eliminators. “If there’s a haunted house, I’m usually the first one to go in the door.”

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