Monday, November 7, 2011

Bless this house Our Lord

So we wrapped up another investigation recently of a home being occupied by a very nice couple. They had been experiencing "Uncomfortable Feelings" up to the point that they did NOT want to sleep in their own bedroom. During the investigation we did have one or two legit experiences. When all was said and done, we came across evp's with a female and a male voice. No anger, no vulgar or even a get out. You can almost say they were shy. During the analysis, we mention to the couple that it's there home and let everyone know in the hone know that. They did just that. They also had it blessed. Two weeks later when we cane back, things were calm. So calm that they went back to their bedroom upstairs. To me they did two things right, took control of the situation and blessed the house. I think every new home should be blessed. Start off the new place with god on your side. Can't hurt none..

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

History's Past

If you have a love for history, then your going to love being a paranormal investigator. Knowing the past and how people lived say a hundred yrs ago compared to how we live now is interesting enough. Even the architecture such as the Victorian age of homes were, and are still beautiful. Countless people passing through and leaving impressions.. some good and some bad.
When ghost hunting, you never know what you might draw up from the past.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Your not alone

As an investigator and owner of Ghost Explorers, I take pride in my work. I show professionalism and great customer service at all times. Clients are trusting me, a complete stranger into their home an investigate activity claims.

When all is said and done and with permission, I like sharing and telling there story. You will notice we put a's much details in the little space we can. We want potential clients to see this, read it and let them know that they are not alone or crazy. That others are are experiencing the same as they are.

Just remember, your NOT alone out there..

Monday, October 10, 2011

The sounds we hear

During our investigations, we come across many sounds. So, because of possible noise contamination from the outside, we try to note this so we can go back to it during our review process. Many times we will hear a sound or an unintelligible voice during our Q&A. Now even though we can't full understand what is being said, you have to view it as sound being injected to the environment at that time that normally wouldn't be or can't be explained. Just because you can't understand the spoken words, doesn't mean it's not paranormal. Everyone what's to hear a clear spoken word(s) being recorded. That's not always going to be the case. It's what you hear and when you hear it is what's important.

Monday, August 29, 2011

Listening is good

A lot of times we will get emails or calls from people who don't want us to investigate but, just want to tell there experience to someone.

To us thats fine. We like to listen to experiences as well as investigate. We also know that it's not easy to tell someone what only you have experience. Either they will think your crazy or just make fun of the situation you are in.

So with know one to turn to, this can put a lot of stress on someone which will just add to an already bad situation.

When we tell people that we are here to listen anytime, it's like the whole world has just been lifted off their shoulders. They can let it all out. Finally someone can relate and understand what they are going through. And in the end, they are a much better person.

It's all about the THEM, the client. And helping them even if it means just listening and not investigating.

Have I mention not only are we great investigators but, we are good listeners just as well.


Saturday, August 27, 2011

The Unexpected Failure

Before an investigation is conducted, all pieces of electronic equipment is checked 2-3 days in advanced. I make sure everyone is working properly the way it's supposed to be. Batteries are also checked and changes out.

All is well till day of investigation- at least you think it is. For example, those battery's you changed out all of a sudden go dead in the middle of your investigation. Defective battery's to begin with? maybe. But it's frustrating knowing that you might have missed something very impotent worth capturing.

The constant static I'm hearing on our recorder during our recent investigation is annoying. It muffles out the whispering voice makes it hard to know what is being said. The Infra-red camera capturing to much light names viewing seem blurry or foggy.

These malfunctions really get me pissed off. I feel like we wasted our time and effort. The only good thing about this is that we don't just count on one or two items. Our equipment is scattered in key places through out the location in case one piece of equipment fails.

It happens but, I try really hard to keep my emotions in check!

Friday, August 26, 2011

Investigating Goals

Many people start out wanting to investigate the paranormal because of a past experience or because it looks cool and fun. Eventually they all come to the same conclusion of why they are doing it, because they want to find the Truth!

For me personally? My goal has always been to figure out a way to actual have a two-way communication with the other-side. For the most part it's a one way conversation. The UEP's magically appear on our recorders.

Well, though science & technology I want figure out how to tap into that so that I can have that two-way conversation.
It's a L O N G shot but, at least it's a goal that is actually doing something to find the so called REAL Truth.

So what's your Goal? And how are you really making a difference?