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I'm Tired. Let's Investigate!

Have you ever found yourself completely drained of energy during an investigation and didn’t know why? hmmmmm….

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The controversy of "orbs"

It’s a bone of contention between teams – a never ending topic of discussion and debate… orbs… where do you stand?

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A Residual Pet Peeve

One of my biggest paranormal pet peeves…

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Intelligent vs. Residual

There’s intelligent hauntings and there’s residual hauntings… which are you dealing with?

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'Finding Bigfoot' in MidCoast Maine?

Rumor has it, as of November 2013, the film crew of “Finding Bigfoot” is coming to MidCoast Maine…

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The Realities of Paranormal Team Leadership

The good, the bad, and the ugly parts of leading a paranormal investigation team.

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Cape Fear's "Seneca Guns"

Mysterious noises, often compared to rolling thunder or distant cannon fire, are frequently heard off the Cape Fear coast and the Myrtle Beach area. Although reported regularly at points up and down the Eastern Seaboard, Seneca guns seem particularly concentrated off the Carolina’s.

To date, no satisfactory scientific explanation for the phenomenon has been found.

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The Nose Knows

It never fails to amaze me how truly touching each and every spirit interaction can be. I am very grateful to have been part of this one.

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Can You Hear Me Now?

Is there a spirit standing right in front of me answering my questions and getting frustrated that I can’t hear the responses? Are they desperately screaming at me, waving their hands, or touching me while I experience nothing? Can you imagine how infuriating that must be?

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My Paranormal Bucket List: The Kennesaw House

Those walls have seen – and most likely absorbed – the pain, suffering, and trauma of war. It appears that at least one surgeon is still at work, riding the elevator, and tending to his injured patients even after all these years. And, based on the children’s reports, Mrs. Fletcher is still watching over her inn….and them.

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