Essays, articles and resources containing "eyewitness" accounts of paranormal activity, or topics pertaining to the physiology and psychology of witnessing paranormal activity. For a descriptive list of these resources, see below.

  • client resources journaling iconFor our clients' benefit, a journaling resource (to log witnessed occurrences of paranormal activity prior to an investigation) is available as a free-of-charge PDF download andincludes sample journal entries....

  • team resources personal experiences log icon

    A paranormal investigation is theater—the good ol’ fashioned kind that comes out of rituals. When the rituals are collaborative, as they often are in, say, an EVP vigil, the theater is participatory as well, and everyone participates even when they have no lines. Participants want to compare notes, corroborate one another’s claims, and get in on social camaraderie of swapping anecdotes....

     

  • podcast june reading iconTravel back in time through the PPI audio archives for the second of a series of a special interviews with June Reading, Director and Curator of the Whaley House Museum in Old Town San Diego, CA. June shares her personal experiences at the Whaley House with PPI Investigator Brian Miller during a busy winter afternoon at the museum.

    Recorded 1982

    Length: 00:36:33


     

  • Wpodcast edwin becker icone join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations Jason Sieckman, Karl Sherlock, Debra Page, Tim Mountain and Brian Miller as they interview Edwin Becker, author of TrueHaunting,a first person account of he and his wife Marcia's personal experiences living in a haunted apartment building they bought in Chicago, Illinois in 1970

    Recorded: December 9, 2012

    Length: 01:06:52


     

  • podcast halloween iconWe join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during a fireside chat on Halloween Night. Brian Miller, Brian Johnson, Tim Mountain and TAPS West Coast Case Manager Tracy Evans discuss all things paranormal in a casual and spontaneous manner.

    Recorded October 31, 2009.

    Length: 00:32:51


     

  • podcast whaley house iconTravel back in time through the PPI audio archives for the first of a series of a special interviews with June Reading, Director and Curator of the Whaley House Museum in Old Town San Diego. June Reading and Anita Kerwin share their personal experiences at the Whaley House with PPI Investigator Brian Miller during a busy winter afternoon at the museum.

    Recorded January 7, 1982

    Length: 00:25:34


     

  • team resources surveillance log icon

    For many reasons, establishing and following a clear set of surveillance protocols during investigations is crucial. For starters, anyone claiming to honor the scientific method in paranormal investigating understands the importance of controls. By “controls,” we mean those precautions taken to contain how data is collected, to limit contamination of that data, and to identify potential misinterpretations and false positives....