Guidance Notes For Investigators Of Spontaneous Cases For Paranormal Research
Guidance Notes For Investigators Of Spontaneous Cases
Steve Parsons, with over 45 years of paranormal experience, authored 'Guidance Notes for Investigators of Spontaneous Cases' for the SPR. This compact handbook covers essential knowledge for paranormal investigators, including witness interviews, ethics, planning, equipment, and a balanced approach to researching unpredictable phenomena.
These guidance notes are intended to be helpful for those who seek to investigate Ghosts, Apparitions, Hauntings, Poltergeists and related phenomena. These are generally referred to as being spontaneous phenomena as they normally occur without warning, as such they cannot be predicted or prompted.
Since the earliest times, countless witnesses have attested to experiencing apparitions or other ghostly phenomena and thousands of buildings and places have gained a reputation for being haunted. To ignore or dismiss these accounts would be foolish, to acknowledge them as proof without question or study would be equally so.