Effectively immediately, Sixth Sense Paranormal will no longer accept unsolicited photographs and/or video for review unless those files are directly related to an active, on-going investigation.
It has become increasingly clear over the last year or so that most who send us such evidence are more interested in having us validate their perceptions of paranormal activity than they are in the objective, factual, and professional evaluation of seasoned investigators.
One of the things we spend most of our time doing in the early stages of an investigation is looking for rational explanations for phenomenon that our clients face. We do this because identifying that which is probably not paranormal helps us focus on phenomenon that may be paranormal.
Over the years, our team has evaluated thousands of photographs and hundreds of hours of video footage. That experience has taught us how to differentiate possible evidence from normal photographic anomalies. Given that we are a volunteer organization dedicated to investigating the paranormal experiences of our clients, we simply can’t continue to spend time reviewing unsolicited data only to have our integrity and experience questioned when we are unable to confirm claims of the paranormal.
If you, or someone you know, believes that they are experiencing paranormal phenomenon, please contact us to open a case so that we may investigate your case properly and carefully.
On the evening of January 18th, our director, Jeff Sullivan, was asked to sit in on the Living Paranormal radio show, talk about the group and our investigative experiences. The result of the two-hour discussion is that anyone interested in who we are and what we’re about will learn a lot about that through this episode of the show.
You can listen to the radio interview HERE.
Also, click on the Living Paranormal link in the sidebar to subscribe to the show, which airs every Sunday at 8-10pm Central.
Editors note: This article was written by former team member Angelka Rogers and is posted, in it’s entirety, on the Russell Rush Haunted Tour. Please click on the image or links to read the full article. We post it here, with permission, as a courtesy for our visitors.
I always knew that being a paranormal investigator had it’s hazards, but this one caught me off guard. A few years ago I was in a very busy season of investigating, and for those of you who also investigate, you know about the “investigation hangover” that you get after just one investigation. The “investigation hangover” is the period of utter exhaustion after spending a night trying to communicate with the dead. It can last from a couple of days to a couple of weeks sometimes for me. Obviously, after many consecutive investigations, I was wiped out.
One night during this period, I was awakened from my sleep by something/someone groping me. I was alone in the bed, and…
CLICK HERE to read about the rest of Angelka’s encouter with the Hat Man!