Category Archives: investigators

DragonCon 2017 Here We Come!

Yet again, we are VERY honored to be a part of DragonCon this year! Since 2014, Paranormal Georgia Investigations has proudly presented informative panels for the public during the Southeast’s largest sci-fi/fantasy convention. This year, we worked closely with the … Continue reading

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Misconceptions of the Paranormal

Hey, all! Heather here! The following post is from our Charter Investigator and current Assistant Director Jordan. Enjoy! It should be understood that not everybody has a belief or interest in the paranormal, and that is completely fine. We here … Continue reading

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Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Paranormal Investigator?

CALLING ALL PARANORMAL ENTHUSIASTS! DO YOU THINK YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A PARANORMAL INVESTIGATOR? THEN YOU’RE IN LUCK! BECAUSE WE’RE RECRUITING! But wait. Before you start jumping up and down and squeeeee-ing with excitement, let’s back up … Continue reading

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The Living vs. The Dead

We, at Paranormal Georgia Investigations, don’t consider ourselves to be “parapsychologists,” mainly because we don’t study telepathy, precognition, clairvoyance, psychokinesis, near-death experiences, or reincarnation. Since we only study and explore apparitional experiences and other supernatural or paranormal claims, we prefer … Continue reading

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Paranormal Sensitives Don’t Always Cry

Hello, everyone! Heather here! Today’s post comes straight from our very own Charter Member, Past Director, investigator, and sensitive, Clint Brownlee. Enjoy! Sensitive? What, you cry a lot or something? No, I don’t cry a lot or get weepy-eyed at … Continue reading

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The Paranormal Problem: Why Skepticism Is Important to Paranormal Research

Hey, everyone! Heather here. Ryan is one of our newest investigators-in-training and has hit the ground running with this wonderful blog post. He is one of our team skeptics who is always looking for evidence of the paranormal and debunking … Continue reading

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Why Is The Paranormal So Unbelievable?

Hello everyone, Heather here. I’d like to introduce you to Jeremy, one of our investigators who also serves as our Technical Assistant. Jeremy just completed his Bachelor of Science in Education from Kennesaw State University and we are so very … Continue reading

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I Just Want to Know That I’m Not Crazy

Hey, folks! Heather here. I would like to introduce you all to fellow PGI investigator Nancy. She’s an amazing investigator, a fabulous case assistant,  first-time blog poster, and a wonderful asset to our team. Enjoy her post and make sure … Continue reading

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Shadow People

Hey, folks! Heather here! I’m proud to introduce you all to one of our investigators, Lani. In this post, she recounts her experiences with shadow people and shares a few theories she has encountered in her research on this fascinating … Continue reading

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Haunted Hawai’i

Hey, everyone! Heather here! Our resident investigator, charter member, and sensitive Tammy has written an awesome post about her recent trip to Hawai’i and how the trip affected her paranormal sensibilities. Enjoy! For the record, I don’t usually spend my … Continue reading

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