Category Archives: research

A Scientist’s View on the Paranormal

Hey, everyone! Heather here! I’d like to introduce you to Christina, our resident scientist. She just defended her Master’s thesis and received her degree in Ecology. She’s an awesome investigator and this is her first blog post. Enjoy! In light … 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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Lunar Lunacy – Fact or Fiction?

As promised, I have delivered. Back in March, I wrote a post about why the popular limestone hypothesis circulating in the paranormal community is, unfortunately, not a valid hypothesis. Limestone will never be a cause of paranormal activity because you … Continue reading

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Piezoelectric Properties of Rocks or Why Limestone Isn’t Even a Factor in Hauntings

Oh, yeah. You saw that title and you either got excited because SCIENCE! Or you popped that mouse arrow over the Back button because SCIENCE!!!! Well, don’t worry. Don’t click on that horrible button. Just stick with me. I promise … Continue reading

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The “Glamorous” Side of Hunting Ghosts

When you turn on an episode of Ghost Hunters or any other TV show dealing with the paranormal, you see the fun and exciting parts: the investigator startled by a strange sound, the footsteps in the attic, or the shadow … Continue reading

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