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PENNHURST ASYLUM

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on June 8, 2016 at 2:00 PM

Pennhurst State Asylum (Also known as The Eastern Pennsylvania State Institution for the Feeble-minded and Epileptic)


The Eastern Pennsylvania State Institution for the Feeble-minded and Epileptic was founded by legislative acts of May 15, 1903. Primarily designed as a training school for the feeble-minded, it became, through change in the legislative act, a custodial institution as well. Consequently two distinct ...

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Flashlight Communication Experiment With The Spirits At Sachs Bridge In Gettysburg A Success!!

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on September 26, 2011 at 4:55 PM

Julie Susalla

Members of S.P.I.S Paranormal Investigative Society went to Gettysburg last night, September 24th, 2011, we had a wonderful time! We conducted an experiment with 2 flashlights having the spirits turn them on and off upon request in answers to our questions. Needless to say we were very happy and surprised when the spirits obliged us by doing so! Communication with them lasted for the entire night!

Co-existence In The Paranormal Community, & Learning To Ignore The Antics Of Non-Believer's

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on September 23, 2011 at 5:10 PM

Since I became a paranormal investigator almost 9 years ago, I've been noticing how much pettyness there is going on among some, and I say "some" paranormal groups. I don't understand what the problem is. I have seen members of a group complain about other paranormal groups, saying that "they don't get anything like we do."  or just being vindictive in their actions towards other groups or members of other paranormal groups. My question as a paranormal investigator is: "Why ...

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Everyone has their own style of investigating, but......

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on January 18, 2011 at 5:00 PM

   I know that everyone has their own style of investigating but when you investigate as part of a team it is really important to be a team player! Each member of the team would like to have their chance to ask questions, to have some quiet time to listen for contact from the spirits, be it a disembodied voice, tapping, footsteps or anything else out of the ordinary. They also want to be able to just sit and observe their surroundings for shadow people, t...

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Getting Started

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 9, 2010 at 9:15 PM

  

   There are a lot of people out there who after watching shows like Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventurers, Paranormal State, etc. think "I could do that... I will have a career as a paranormal investigator."  Let me clear something up for you-A career? First of all, Paranormal Investigation doesn't pay squat! In fact it is down right expensive. Think about it,  it takes money for gas to go to the investigation, batteries, video and audio tapes, cool shir...

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Ghosts....Why are they here?

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 9, 2010 at 10:10 AM

What exactly is a ghost?

  

   Before you can understand what an entity consists of, you need to first understand a bit about the human body of a living person. Everything you do, see, hear, taste, feel etc.is controlled by electric impulses sent to your brain from your body's different parts, or from your brain to your different body parts.

   For example...right now...

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Top Ten Tips for Paranormal Investigation

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 8, 2010 at 8:20 PM

   1. Conduct A Preliminary Investigation And Analysis

Conducting a visit prior to your investigation will give you a better handle on what type of activity is going on.

   2. Always Carry Some Form Of Identification

It has been known, and is not uncommon, for paranormal investigators to be ques...

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Top Ten Mistakes in Paranormal Investigation

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 8, 2010 at 4:35 PM

   1. Being Rude

Not thanking the owner or manager is a bad thing to do and could have an unhappy outcome on your investigation and possible future investigations let alone your reputation. Always remember to thank everyone involved!!!!

   2. Not Applying A Cultural Context To The Possibility Of A Ghost

When researching the spirit activity at a lo...

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"Bring Extra Batteries"

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 8, 2010 at 4:00 PM

   Sounds simple doesn't it? Ask any experienced paranormal investigator what's the first thing that you should bring on an investigation and they will tell you .....batteries!!! Always bring extra batteries. Your proably asking why extra batteries? Well an interesting thing happens when you're looking for spirits, spirits need a lot of energy to manifest or make themselves known either through sight, sound or touch. They can't make this energy and they need to gather it fro...

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"Keeping Your Emotions in Check while Investigating"

Posted by Serious Paranormal Investigative Society on April 8, 2010 at 11:20 AM

   When doing a paranormal investigation, you may feel very scared, very excited, or very bored. No investigation will produce the same results because each place that you investigate is different and each has it's own level of activity. That being said, a person's feelings can directly affect the outcome of an investigation, this is why we strongly suggest that all team members or investigators always keep their emotions in check. Sometimes unsual emotions can come out without a...

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