As of today, the number of cases organizations are getting has dwindled considerably, often weeks or months separate inquiries and actually landing an investigation has become burdensome. So what caused the sudden decline in paranormal popularity?
by Tony Harrington ci·vil·i·ty /səˈvilitē/ Formal politeness and courtesy in behavior or speech. Polite remarks used in formal conversation. (source: Dictionary.com) A recent comment-battle has unfortunately spurred the writing of this article. Contrary to the opinion of one very angry reader, this entry like all others, has not been copied and pasted from other sources; … Continue reading House Rules: Civility and the Blog
by Tony Harrington Most paranormal investigators maintain day jobs. We do not get paid for our services provided to people wanting their claims of paranormal activity investigated so we live in the work-a-day world by day and schedule investigations on the weekends. Weekends work best for most, including the client who also, most likely, works … Continue reading HOW SOON IS FAST ENOUGH?
by Cindy Riley Parker In this day and age, thanks to the popularity of paranormal programming such as "Ghost Hunters" and "Paranormal State", mainstream America has become obsessed with the spirit world around us. In keeping the finger on the pulse of the paranormal bubble most shows offer multimedia tie-ins ranging from magazines, books, DVD … Continue reading Tech Review: Paranormal State EMF Detector iPhone App
The SPIRIT Seekers Investigation Report Investigator: Tony Harrington Case Number: 01212011 Date of Investigation: January 21, 2011 Time of Investigation: 7:30 p.m. Investigation Location: Private Residence Wye Mountain/Bigelow, Arkansas Investigation Team: Tony Harrington & Alan Lowe __________________________________________ EVIDENCE OVERVIEW Total Digital Photos Collected: 21 Total Positive Digital Photos: 0 Total EVP Collected: 18m:25s Total Positive … Continue reading Investigator Report: Case No. 01212011 (Wye Mountain)
Fort Morgan sits at 30°13′41″N 88°1′23″W at the mouth of Mobile Bay, AL. Prior to Fort Morgan, the land at the above coordinates belonged to a smaller redoubt fort made of earth and wood. That particular fort was known as Fort Bowyer taking its name from the colonel John Bowyer who completed construction of … Continue reading HISTORICAL HAUNTS: FORT MORGAN, AL