Getting Religion

The investigators of Paranormal Georgia Investigations make up several different faiths and religions, such as Christian, Wiccan, and Deism just to name a few. We don’t announce to our clients our religious affiliations or lack thereof because we are first and foremost students of a scientific field of study, there to empirically determine if paranormal activity is occurring or not.

In our initial contact with the client, we ask for the client’s religious affiliation and if the home or business has been blessed. These are two of the many questions we ask when trying to ascertain information about the paranormal activity going on at the location. Having information regarding the client’s religious affiliation is a small piece of the information puzzle that helps us answer many questions. Does the client believe it’s a ghost or an inhuman spirit, simply based on their faith? Is the client uncomfortable with what is happening to them because the activity is negative or because the client’s belief system does not allow for said activity to even exist? Knowing what faith the client adheres to helps us understand how they are dealing with the paranormal activity in their home.
We never enter an investigation wearing our beliefs on our sleeves. Not only would a Christian client feel uncomfortable having Wiccan paranormal investigators invoking protection spells in their home, but an Atheist client may be offended with having Christian prayers offered in their home. So, we say our prayers and request protection before entering a location because we are first and foremost scientists.

If a client requests a blessing of some sort, we gladly assist them by forwarding along the names of those clergy/practitioners with whom we work. We encourage our clients to have their homes blessed because we know that will give the client some measure of peace.

We have never been labeled “unholy” or “evil” for the work we do, although this investigator personally has a number of Southern Baptist in-laws and one A.M.E. sorority sister praying for me. Even though I’m a Deist, I welcome their concern and prayers and I share my experiences, in touching that next life, with them.

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About Heather Scarbro Dobson

I wish I was Wonder Woman, but I'm actually a wife, mother of three, author, paranormal investigator, and a stay-at-home astronaut. When I'm not terrorizing the Bible Belt PTA with my purple hair and "Hail Satan" shirt, you can find me at home, binge-watching "Charlie's Angels."
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2 Responses to Getting Religion

  1. Emily Parker says:

    I am 12 years old and i have been in a stage like this i am scaresd lol

  2. Emily Parker says:

    you have no idea what it fells like till u have been thriugh it my cousin has and now he is dead him his bro sister and dad and mom all are i t was i sad moment now idk were this gost or spiit went to Yikes yikes 😦 ❤

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