Tag Archives: Paranormal Investigation

The Demonologist

Conviction is a dying art. Speaking with certainty on matters of principle and truth are often shunned – especially when dealing with morals, spirituality, and conscience. In my experience, taking a stand for a belief that encapsulates assumed truths is … Continue reading

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Haunted Memories: A Flashback

In the short time I’ve studied paranormal investigation, I’ve learned much about the tools and theories of the field. Before moving, I joined up with a local paranormal research society and took part in a couple of investigations. My first … Continue reading

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Death Touched

Sirens played in cacophonous chorus behind him as he sped out of his old neighborhood. The dusty back roads were awash in the silvery light of the moon. A blur of dairy farms, cornfields, and orchards lay outside his speeding … Continue reading

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Whisper in the Dark

“Please help us!” He played the recording over and over again. Everything he had ever believed about life, death, and the hereafter changed in a moment. The voice on the recording was the clear whisper of a child. Desperation and … Continue reading

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Into the Dark

The more I research the field of paranormal investigation for my book, the more I find my own personal interest the field grow. I have gone out and done EVP sessions using digital recorders and ITC software which have yielded incredible intelligent responses. … Continue reading

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