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File Naming Protocols

If you’re an amateur paranormal researcher, and you’re sharing your media and data files with others, then you are obligated to name your files with data that catagorically identifies its content and assigns it a unique address in your database. Furthermore, an investigative group trying to build its own paranormal library of evidence must, out of necessity, use a system of file naming protocols to make cataloguing possible, and, in the case of client outreach, protect the privacy of your client....

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An EMF Anomaly

During a recent investigation of a private residence, Pacific Paranormal Investigations (PPI) documented this Electro Magnetic Field (EMF) anomaly on their infrared video cameras. Investigators Timothy Mountain (seated in frame) and Glenn Pitcher (speaking out of frame) were unable to determine the source of this EMF anomaly, and it did not reoccur during the course of the investigation. PPI presents this short video clip as part of our ongoing community outreach and education program.