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Started by ljiljanac, January 07, 2010, 08:56:42 PM
Quote from: Buddy on January 09, 2010, 08:19:44 PMI've noticed that clients concealing relevant details from the investigators is a common thread in Paranormal State, and I was wondering if that is a common occurance that PPI has encounted on their investigations. I can understand clients being embarrased about certain things and that might be motivation to conceal. What's PPI's take on this?
Quote from: PPI Lillie on January 10, 2010, 04:52:57 PMThanks Jason I know that this is the most Q & A that I have done in my entire life on the subject, and I have kept my experiences to myself for years out of fear of people thinking I'm crazy. I also know that people in certain professions rely on their credibility and "common sense" to succeed in their circles or to maintain their reputations. Try walking into a board meeting or dinner party to talk about your impending promotion and saying, "I have ghosts in my house." Mmmmm, k nah. Furthermore, if you were ever married to someone like my ex, you would keep things to yourself as well. Heaven forbid you embarrass your other half by claiming to be haunted.
Quote from: PPI Damian on February 12, 2010, 03:31:22 PMWell said Tracy! I'll have to continually remind myself of that mindset and give the client support without blaming anything on what they may or may not have done.
Quote from: TAPS Jen on February 12, 2010, 06:40:48 PMThe clients I get frustrated with are the ones who push and push for you to say their place is haunted because they're trying to sell it, the ones who get angry because Jay and Grant didn't come with the tv cameras ("we can wait until they're available!") and the ones who invite the whole freaking neighborhood over complete w. food and music and expect youto be the evening's entertainment!
Quote from: jkaullen on February 19, 2010, 12:21:34 AMThe only thing that would bother me is the following...Ok, you contacted a group of Paranormal Investigators to HELP you explain what is happening in your house, work, barn...whatever. And then to turn around and lie to the people YOU contacted to help just bugs me. If im so freaked out in my house that I have to call in the "pro's" to help me explain it/get rid of it, there is no way im lying about it.