Spring has definitely sprung here in southern New Hampshire! That means it’s time for me to go out in search of the wierd, paranormal, and just plain fun!
The problem is, as usual, that I’m an independent researcher with a strong leaning towards the scientific side of paranormal investigation. Here, in New England, you can’t swing a cat without hitting a psychic. It seems to be something about the region. I’m no exception. I’ve had my share of experiences, too. And I don’t know about the rest of you out there, but I’m sick of being dumped into the category of loony, crystal-waving fluff-bunnies out there. So to counteract that possibility, I keep my paranormal investigations and the reports that come from them very clear. I make a solid distinction between the subjective “psychic” impressions and solid, scientific fact. That’s not easy in this business. Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not a so-called “skeptic” who thinks it’s all bunk. I’ve seen things. But in order to be taken seriously by the world at large, we need to be able to present solid facts. If we can figure out how these anomalies work, in a logical and scientific manner, we can better be able to help people understand what is going on around them and if they wish, to be rid of these happenings.
Well, that’s my basic philosophy in a nut shell.
The thing is, as an independent investigator, I don’t seek publicity. I’d much rather get to the bottom of something than get my name and face plastered all over the newspapers. I don’t do this for entertainment except in so far as it is entertaining to figure things out… kind of like Mr. Wizard made basic science entertaining. I’m not out to get scared or to scare people. I’ll leave that to the most excellent horror writers out there.
There is one major drawback to being an independent investigator who doesn’t seek publicity: I don’t get many cases to investigate. If I’m lucky, I usually get 2 or 3 a year. And that’s where I hope you will come in.
I’d love to work with other people of similar minds. Proper investigation cannot be done solo. As the ancient Romans would put it, “Testus unus, testus nullus.” The team I’ve been working with is on hold due to real life issues of a number of team members, so I’m back to looking. I am basically fearless toward the supernatural, use a no-BS approach, and write good reports. I won’t steal your group’s thunder, and you’ll get the credit. I know the field, the tech, and the lo-tech. I have over 20 years experience and am well versed in paranormal phenomena and occult philosophy and practices, both ancient and modern. If you are part of a paranormal investigations team in the area around southern New Hampshire and would like me to work with you, please let me know.