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Vorpral.Net is now the personal metaphysical site of Vorpral of The Society for Paranormal Investigation where he touches on a broad array of topics - from Feng Shui to good late night coffee houses. He is currently an author, movie/film consultant, gothic photographer and conference speaker.

 

You can still find the official SPI site at

www.paranormalghost.com

 

 

The Society for Paranormal Investigation - Dallas Ft. Worth - Washington D.C. - New Orleans Units :  an organization dedicated to the applied science of ghost investigation and supernatural research using a combination of high-tech, psychosocial and spiritual approaches. We also strongly support the understanding and preservation of historical structures and graveyards. Our websites are an excellent nuts and bolts resource for the advanced ghost / paranormal investigator and historical researcher with articles, tales & experiences, field forms, reviews on books and tips for using state-of-the-art equipment.

The SPI website ring is one of the most extensive paranormal & ghost haunting reference sites on the net with over 125 pages of information.

SPI does not have a mission to prove the existence of ghosts, spirits, vampires or monsters as you are free to believe what you wish. Our goal is to assist people in understanding and coping with a haunting with respect to their own personal belief system. What makes us different is the "big picture" style with which we approach an investigation. While we do pay careful attention to our instrument readings and visual recordings, the tech side can only tell you so much. It is also important to study the emotional and spiritual context within which a haunting takes place.

 

 While we are methodical, skeptical, and always strive towards professionalism, first and foremost we believe in having a sense of humor as it is easy to take this field TOO seriously. Hey, even ghosts laugh sometimes.

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GHOST

Pronunciation: 'gOst
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English gost, gast, from Old English gAst; akin to Old High German geist spirit, Sanskrit heda anger
1 : the seat of life or intelligence : SOUL <give up the ghost>
2 : a disembodied soul; especially : the soul of a dead person believed to be an inhabitant of the unseen world or to appear to the living in bodily likeness
3 : SPIRIT, DEMON

Synonyms apparition, bogey (also bogy or bogie), phantasm, phantom, poltergeist, shade, shadow, specter (or spectre), spirit, spook, vision, wraith
 

Look, I know the supernatural is something that isn't supposed to happen, but it does happen.

-Dr. John Markway from The Haunting of Hill House (1963)

 

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" With a host of furious fancies
Whereof I am commander,
With a burning spear and a horse of air,
To the wilderness I wander.
By a knight of ghosts and shadows
I am summon'd to a tourney
Ten leagues beyond the wide world's end:
Methinks it is no journey. "

-Tom o' Bedlam's Song