When your roommate, who's not the poster child, for the paranormal; sees something creepy in the backyard.
He told me that he went in the backyard area to pick up dog scat. Nothing was amiss until he look to the left of the fence outside my bedroom window he saw a man standing dressed like a native and the man had two feathers over his had. When this Native American spirit seen my roommate he brandished an arrow like he was going to come after him or something.
My roommate is not sure how to interpret the encounter, lets just say he was not staying around to find out. Maybe the native was waiting for me to fall asleep once and again and use my dream state to cross over. Who knows. Really interesting as my roommate is not one to bullshit at all about the paranormal. He lived with me and my other roommate in the other house that was very haunted and it would make me sick and unhealthy. Now that I've moved it's been much better, so I don't see him trying to bring shit up to make me feel uneasy.
Thursday, June 7, 2018
Monday, June 4, 2018
Breaking into buildings is not only wrong, people it's against the law for a reason. As a paranormal investigator this not only angers me but it's disappointing. I would have hoped other people would be as professional as S.P.S or even more professional then S.P.S. The teams or investigators who break into a place and mess around, it just makes our field of paranormal research less credible. These actions also effect the billions of paranormal research teams out there.
Simple point "When you do stupid shit, it's not making just you look bad; it hurts the paranormal research community as a whole." By not obeying the simple requests of abandon house owners or other location, you make paranormal researchers really look like shit. It's even worse when folks place the videos on you-tube or instagram. See well all the other hard-working teams are busting their asses to show that paranormal investigating can be done in a credible and respectful manner. Hey, it's a good time to note that thanks to you jerks, paranormal teams must go through so much red tape just to check a place out that you mind as well be applying to work in the white house. Basically, teams and people who break in or create trouble get in the way of those doing REAL work in the field of the paranormal, this translates to missed opportunities, fearful clients as well as loss of perspective clients.
I don't mean to rant, but this is ridiculous, and the worst part of it all, YOU knew better!