Monday, November 14, 2005

No You May Not

I don't know about other groups and I'd love their opinion, but I know that our group gets a lot of email from folks asking if they can go on investigation with us. The simple answer is "No." I'd say other serious investigators, maybe. The average person out there wanting adventure and excitement ghost-style. No.

You'd just be surprised how little people pay attention to notices on websites. I'm pretty helpful and don't mind answering questions and helping students with papers and stories. But, when you have a notice saying we're not accepting new members and investigations aren't open, it's always a little like "Whaaa?" when people ask anyway.

Guess it can't hurt to ask, huh?

Monday, November 07, 2005

EMF Meters & Other Gripes

Why why why when you watch ghost shows are they waving EMF meters around like crazy and counting the 0.1 fluctuations? 0.2 to 0.3 to 0.2 doesn't impress anybody. Start talking if it's significant already!

Also, why do most paranormal folks that they interview look well, not to offend anybody, almost crazy? I mean, like weirdo-I-never-leave-my-house-normally crazy? That goes for all of the I-touched-an-electrical-socket-haired psychics waving their arms around in front them too. If you've watched as many ghost shows as I have, you all know exactly the folks that I'm talking about. It's almost becoming a cliche. I mean, it's pretty hard to get people to believe what you're talking about if you look crazy.

OK...I'm done with my rant of the day, LOL. Just had to let all of that out.

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

GW Hatchet Article

I was glad to do an interview for my alma mater's newspaper--the GW Hatchet--and was impressed by the questions that she asked. Some of them were better than ones I've been asked in the past by the professionals, lol.