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- Happy Halloween from PGI and a few of our goblins! Wishing you all a safe and hauntingly fun evening! 👻🎃… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 week ago
- Hey there Gilmer County Library! Can’t wait to see you guys at 6PM tonight and share some UneXplained stories with… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 weeks ago
- Ghosts at Night paranormalgeorgia.com/2019/08/10/gho… https://t.co/0Po6c3TGMr 3 months ago
- Paranormal public service announcement #835: If you own one of these little Honeywell fans, maybe don’t keep it nea… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 months ago
- Thanks for having us #alpharettalibrary! We enjoyed sharing the paranormal with your patrons! @ Alpharetta, Georgia instagram.com/p/BxDrhzbFQw2/… 6 months ago
Follow us on Instagram!Hey there Gilmer County Library! Can’t wait to see you guys at 6PM tonight and share some UneXplained stories with you! Aliens and crop circles and guidestones, oh my! . . . . #gilmercountylibrary #seqlib #aliens #cropcircles #georgiaguidestones #lostcolonyofroanoke #taoshum #ghosts #paranormal #ghosthunter #paranormalinvestigator #georgiaIt’s the last day of #dragoncon2019. The hotels are emptying, the vendors are packing up, and yet we still had a full 1PM panel! Thanks to everyone who joined us for our talk about “The UneXplained!” Until #dragoncon2020! #paranormalinvestigator #ghosts #paranormal #ghosthunter #georgia #dragonconxtrack
Category Archives: personal experiences
Hey, folks! Heather here! One of our former investigators, Lani, did an amazing job researching and writing this post. In it, she recounts her experiences with shadow people and shares a few hypotheses she has encountered in her research on … Continue reading
I have three ghosts in my house. They are rather lackidasical, these ghosts of mine. They only show up around the autumnal equinox and then mysteriously disappear on or around November 1st. But, they’re very cute, always quiet, and never … Continue reading
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
Hey, folks! Heather here. Allow me to introduce you to Clint. He is a founding member of our group, served as our first Director, and is one of our team sensitives. Currently, he’s writing a book! I’ll let him tell … Continue reading
Very recently, I marked the 16th anniversary of my father’s passing. January 30th is never an easy day for me and even though I miss him all the time, that day is the worst. I always picture him at the … Continue reading
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
My house is not haunted, but there is paranormal activity here. I have heard my name called out when no one is home with me except my airhead dog and geriatric cat. I have seen shadows move across walls when … Continue reading
I have to tell you all, honestly, I loved Old South Pittsburgh Hospital. Nestled on a hillside in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, this place doesn’t look like much. It’s just this hulk of a mid-20th century building, squatting there in its … Continue reading
I hate this. I really do. I don’t even want to post this blog from our Case Manager, Stefanie. I feel like when I hit “Publish” it will be real. And it is real. And the PGI family will miss … Continue reading
On Sunday, November 11, PGI began a 22-hour investigation of the Old South Pittsburg Hospital in South Pittsburg, Tennessee. Excitement about potential evidence can be palpable, especially when you’ve heard the location is very active. I think every investigator is … Continue reading