• We are now ScientificParanormal.NET The SPOOKY website has officially moved to the ScientificParanormal.NET domain. We lost our old .ORG domain as the domain renewal did not get processed in time, so we are ...
    Posted Feb 3, 2012, 5:53 PM by Jeremy Vance
  • The Battle of Perryville 149th Anniversary The Battle of PERRYVILLE 149th Anniversary October 1 & 2, 2011. More Info Here. I also added a page to the Spookypedia about Perryville that can be viewed by clicking here
    Posted Oct 27, 2011, 6:54 AM by Jeremy Vance
  • SPOOKY Gains A New Member S.P.O.O.KY welcomes it's newest member, Trisha Iles (Update 2/3/12 - now Trisha Hawkins)!!! Check out her Member Profile page for more details.
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Investigating the Paranormal

The Egyptians believed so much in the afterlife they went to great expense to build pyramids that carried the soul to the next plane of existence. Almost every civilization prior to ours treated their dead with a dignity that ultimately promoted life beyond death. The Native Americans still, to this day, hold ceremonies honoring the spirits of their dead. They also speak of places and lands that are sacred to the spirits that still walk these areas. Are all of these civilizations privy to something that we are not? In our modern civilization, everything it seems has to be seen to be believed. Science, as never before, has forced us to be fact-based on our opinions as opposed to faith-based. In such a fact-based society we have formed a group of independent minded people, with different opinions, different faiths and different outlooks as to what happens after death.

With the aid of modern scientific tools and optimistic minds, we hope to capture evidence, which can be tested, analyzed and examined through the eyes and ears of anyone, skeptic or not, to the point of drawing a conclusion under the modern day mentality of “I have to see it to believe it." Someone has to be out in the field collecting evidence of the existence or nonexistence of life after death.

That is what S.P.O.O.KY brings to the table, a team of people doing just that. We are interested in bringing a scientific approach to a conventionally faith-based subject. We are putting our money where our mouth is, so to speak. We, at zero cost to the client, are willing to put in the time and effort that is required, day in and day out, to try and get the proof that is required for conclusions to answer the lingering questions about what happens after we die. We all have our theories, now we just need the evidence to back those theories. That is who we are and what we do.

Some people may categorize us as just a group of thrill-seeking ghost hunters out for a good scare. Well, we are that too, honestly, that is probably how most of us got involved in this field. But after so long, as you learn more about what interests you, you start asking yourself hard questions. Questions like:

Where are we going by doing this?”
“What do we expect to gain from all this time and effort?”

You tend to focus your thoughts and set goals. Expectations soon follow, which always lead to larger, deeper questions about what and where we direct our focus. That is where we are as a group. We have boiled down all the thrills, fears, beliefs and wonders to one formula that we think best deserves our attention.

Setting aside our own beliefs, we have chosen to move forward as a group, to try and bring forth tangible, logical, and reasonable evidence through a scientific approach, to show what may or may not be happening, and to allow the client to draw their own conclusions about their experiences.


Who we are

We are an experienced group of paranormal investigators located in the northern and south central areas of Kentucky.

Our goal is to investigate and attempt to verify or debunk alleged hauntings in Kentucky.

We offer our discreet and professional services at no cost to the client.

"Let us reflect in another way, and we shall see that there is great reason to hope that death is a good, for one of two things: --either death is a state of nothingness and utter unconsciousness, or, as men say, there is a change and migration of the soul from this world to another."

~ Socrates