Below are a few questions that have been asked by numerous folks out there, including
ourselves at one point. While there is no 100% right answer we do try our best to answer them honestly. If we don't know the
answer to something, we will tell you outright. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to see mini biographies of our investigative
1,) How do you know when you have a ghost in your house?
The answer to that one varies. You don't have to have things flying around your house
or being hit by unseen hands to know there is something there. Maybe you have this feeling like someone is there watching
you but you know you are alone. This usually occurs often and in certain places in the home. Seeing things out of the corner
of your eye moving can be another sign. Before you jump to conclusions that it is a ghost you should pay a visit to your eye
doctor to make sure what you are seeing aren't floaters in the eye. Have your house checked out for odors, leaks, high emf
emmitions. Other signs that there may be something there includee but not limited to:
Things move by themselves, doors, windows, objects, etc.
Hot or cold spots out of nowhere
Feelings of being touched or hearing whispers or voices
Sudden mood/characteristic changes with no explaination
Strange odors, perfume, rotting meat, flowers,etc.
Please know that this is no way a full list and we do encourage you to have a professional
come in and check things out. For instance, rotting meat could be a dead mouse in the walls. Maybe you have a neighbor that
grows roses across the street from you and the scent floats through the air and into your house if it's summertime and your
windows/doors are open. So you see sometimes there are explainations for things.
2.) When should I call a paranormal investigator?
If you are uncomfortable/scared in your home than you should call. It is better to find
a reasonable explaination than to continue to be scared. If nothing else, you have peace of mind.
3.) My child doesn't want to sleep in his/her room in the dark, what should I do?
Before you call an investigator you should do a little investigating on your own. Is your
child afraid of the dark? It could be just a phobia of the dark and nothing more. Ask questions without leading your child
or planting ideas in his/her head to see where it leads. If your child starts to insist that there is "someone" or
"something" in the room with them, by all means call and investigator to check it out. Or if they start talking to someone
that you can't see. Be careful that your child doesn't just have an imaginary friend.
4.) What kind of equipment do you use on your investigations?
We use 4 infrared cameras hooked up to our laptop. They are the types of cameras used
by the military. They require no lighting. Infrared.
Also we use Olympus digital audio recorders,
Canon Power Shot A 80 camera that also takes photos in the dark.
Other equipment includes motion detectors, emf, etc.
5.) What should we expect during an investigation?
You can expect us to thouroughly and professionally investigate the areas of your home
that has activity. We will be taking pictures, emf, video and audio. You don't have to do anything different during your investigation.
We only ask that folks stay out of the way so we can gather the evidence we need to get accurate information. We do have a
form of consent that we ask the owners to sign. It basically states that we were invited there for that purpose. There is
no fine print.. lol. An interview will take place with one of the investigators so we can get a better understanding of history
and things you are dealing with. Research is a vital part of our investigations. If we do capture any evidence we will provide
you a copy of it all. This is also a complimentary service. There is no charge for anything.
6.) How do we get in touch with you? It's all on the home page. Emails and a cell phone
7.) Do we have to move anything or do anything special prior to your investigation? Absoluetely
not. The only way you would have to move anything is if it will be in the way of getting to the area you want investigated.
Other than that, leave things as they are. We aren't there to judge your housekeeping abilities. We ask that you invite us
over when you don't have company. The more noise made the less evidence we can collect.
8.) What do you do with the evidence you collect? We post it on our website if we find
anything. However, we do not give out names or exact locations if you desire to remain annonymous. Your privacy is our number
one priority. No face shots of anyone but the investigators will posted. Any others caught in a photo will be blacked out.
More information coming soon!