As a paranormal investigation team, we hope to shed light onto those things which typically stay in the darkness. We hope to capture paranormal activity on camera or recorder. Perhaps we may someday find that singular piece of evidence which will bring the study of ghosts and hauntings into the mainstream.
Bigger than this, however, is our mission to help people who are being afflicted by seemingly paranormal occurrences. We will use our experience, and every tool at our disposal to ease minds, and find normal explanations to seemingly paranormal events.
I got into the paranormal field as a teenager when i started having experiences in my old Junior High school. I started reading every book I could find on the paranormal. In my 20's I moved north and started having experiences in our new home. Once I started seeing paranormal shows on television, I knew I had to get a group together and try to answer my own questions, plus those of others who are in the same situation I was.
As a little kid I had an experience that made me interested in the paranormal. In 2004, as a college student, I joined my first investigation team. I've worked with a number of other teams since then. I admit that there is a certain thrill that comes with investigating the unknown, and my work with different teams (including G.H.O.S.T.) has given me some very interesting experiences.
I investigate the paranormal because I am in search of answers. What happens to us when we leave the Earth? Are we responsible for "all that goes bump in the night?"
Often people are intimidated or scared to death even of the paranormal. I have always been curious, but not scared. I want to help people who are afraid of events that may be occurring around them that they can not explain. I am intrigued by the afterlife, and I enjoy the possibility of collecting evidence of it through investigation. I am the kind of person who gets to the bottom of things if I do not understand something, and by investigating the paranormal it satisfies my need to try to understand it. I do feel that I can help people who may be scared of what is going on in their homes by offering them explanations or even encouragement to find out the history surrounding the things that may be occurring there. I enjoy the research part of the investigations as well, learning the history of the places we visit is important to me.
I investigate because I want to know why spirits are still here with us. Is there anything we can do to help them move on?