What types of cases does your group focus on?
We are interested in all types of paranormal related cases. We enjoy those which offer us the ability to gain historical information, as well as those which deal with residential and more personal related matters. In addition, we work with our Psychics/Mediums to conduct unique Spirit Q&A Sessions. In each of these cases, our focus is on gaining knowledge and a greater awareness of the situation at hand, as well as how and why the spirits are involved and what they know.
Do you assist everyone who contacts you?
While we would love to help everyone who contacts us with a paranormal related matter, we simply don’t have the time or resources to do so. Our members are all volunteers who give freely of their time and services. Due to the numerous requests we get for assistance, it just isn’t possible to investigate every one. As a result, we will complete an interview process for each potential case. This will allow us to determine who we can best aide. If we are unable to take your case, we will still do our best to provide you with some insights and information to help you deal with your situation.
If you take my case, how long will it be before you can investigate?
The wait times for a case can be as long as two months. It all depends on the availability of our members and the current case load.
Once you investigate, will you tell me who is causing the paranormal problems?
During an investigation, our goal is to gather evidence through Psychics/Mediums as well as with equipment, then to review that evidence and report our findings. Evidence review can take anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks after the initial investigation. Psychic/Medium impressions are given the night of the investigation, but this does not mean those impressions will be conclusive as to who or what is causing the situation. Our presence can inspire activity and communication, or, the activity may cease when we are present. As a result, the conditions you are experiencing may not replicate themselves the night of the investigation.
Once we have completed the evidence review, we will present you with our findings. This will include audio/EVP’s, any significant photos or video footage (if used during the investigation), Psychic/Medium impressions, and any relevant historical information. After we present this evidence to you, it will be up to you to determine if you feel the information provided has relevance.
Do you remove spirits or will you make the activity stop?
Unfortunately, the answer is “no,” and the reasons for this are beyond what we can address here. The removal or clearing of activity is never a simple one. Obviously, the cause of the activity must first be determined. Once that cause has been determined, then a potential course of action can be offered. As a paranormal group, our goal is to collect information, offer potential causes, then suggest potential course(s) of action. It is up to the client to make any final determinations on whether or not our evidence and suggestions are right for them.
There are people in the alternative spiritual community who claim to have the ability to cleanse and/or remove spirits, however, we do not perform this work or speak about the validity of those who do. More traditional faiths may also offer blessing services for a person or home, although these rarely go any further than this and most likely won’t include “removal.”
Once the investigation is over, what happens next?
Evidence review can take anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks after the initial investigation. Once this process is complete, we will contact you to arrange a time to meet and discuss your findings. Depending on the complexity and needs of the case, a written reveal and evidence packet may be presented. We will never take on an investigation without following-up with a client about our findings. It is a part of our process and one which often makes us stand out from other groups.
Do you charge for an investigation or to assist a client?
No, we do not charge for our services. All members pay dues which help cover organizational expenses. Any remaining funds are utilized for the purchase of new equipment. Members are not compensated in any way. Each donates their time and personal funds when driving to and from investigations, sometimes even staying overnight and covering their own lodging expenses. Some members also invest in personal equipment and software. Donations are always appreciated and accepted. While we are a non-profit organization, due to our small size, we do not have 501(c)3 status. Therefore, donations are greatly appreciated, but they are not tax deductible.