Kris Williams Blog: Online Diary of an International Ghost Hunter recently had a post which explains a lot of our views and beliefs about paranormal investigation. I thought it was definitely worth sharing, and may help those of you just starting or thinking of getting into the paranormal field. You can read the blog entry on our site here, or visit Kris’ blog to read this and many other great posts.
Attention Writers & Storytellers:
Campfire Stories is a showcase of stories submitted to the site of author Susie Smith. If you are a writer, a story teller, or would just like to try your hand at scaring people check out the short story submissions on Susie Smith’s Horror site. You can find it on our Links page. For submission guideline and instructions on how to submit your story, visit The Dark Corner.
Please visit our forum.
Here you can discuss all things paranormal. We are a community of believers, skeptics, investigators, and regular people who gather here to talk about the things that go bump in the night. So turn on all the lights, check under the bed, put a chair against the closet door, then chat with us.
Independent Author Spotlight
Peter A. McCue
Peter McCue worked for many years as a clinical psychologist in the National Health Service in the UK. He lives in Scotland. His qualifications include a Ph.D., from the University of Glasgow, awarded for a thesis on the nature of hypnosis. His interest in psychical research goes back decades. He believes that paranormal phenomena occur, and that many UFO experiences are genuinely anomalous. He contends that if we want to obtain a comprehensive understanding of ourselves and the nature of reality, these enigmatic phenomena can’t be ignored.
Check out Peter's new book, "Zones of Strangeness: An Examination of Paranormal and UFO Hot Spots," on our Books & References page.
Paranormal Investigators of Cairo Kentucky Receives 2016 Best of Corydon Award
Be sure to check out our Evidence page. You will find photos, videos, and EVP's from some of our investigations. Check back often, so you don't miss new evidence. You are sure to find something bone-chilling.
Ever wonder what goes on during an investigation? Want to know what to expect if we come to your home? Want to know what we expect from our clients? Then check out the Investigation Procedures page. You'll find a general walk-through of an investigation, along with some explanations of our rules and procedures. If you don't find answers to your questions there, feel free to ask us.