My Paranormal Life

Everyone starts their life and ends it the same. We are born, we live the course of our lives, then we die. But what really happens when we die? As paranormal investigators, we aim to find out the answers. Ghosts and demons are something we all can encounter. I have had many experiences with the paranormal throughout my life and all of them make me want to know more about life after death. Doing what I do for a living is hard to get the things my team, Valley Ghost Hunting, needs. As a small group, we are like family to each other. My 3 older siblings and myself have always questioned what we see, hear, feel, smell, and sense. Most are non-believers, but that’s the fun part. We are the ones who DO believe in the afterlife. Chris Davis, Tricia Cragle, Mike Toth, and myself started Valley Ghost Hunting in 2011. It is our passion though only my sister and I live in PA now and our brothers live in different states. Chris Davis now belongs to Proximity Paranormal with my future sister-in-law Jenny Gurney and I now run the team with my boyfriend Jarrod Slater. Our team consists of Brian Gadecki, Marc Casamassina, Tricia Cragle, Mike Laton, and Patrick Walsh. Its funny to see that 4 of us siblings started this and the three of us who have someone to add to our twisted family can actually be happy to have our significant others join in our passion for the paranormal. What some people don’t see when entering into the field of the paranormal is that it doesn’t come with sponsors and people to pay for the equipment needed. Its something that is more treated like a hobby. It comes out of your own pocket and takes time. But like all hobbies, it is time consuming and you gain experience to become a better investigator. I can say though, you can’t find a more lovable field, even with all the para-drama, than the paranormal field. I have made some great friends and even some I can say I would love to call family if they would let me. My first convention was in Moravia, New York. I had an amazing experience there and everyone was so kind. No matter the experience I had prior to going, everyone accepted me. Since then, I haven’t been very active with investigations because I have to take care of myself before I can think about continuing to investigate. But I can say this. No matter what I have to deal with at home, or how much work I have, I will always look forward to my next hunt or convention.

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