TB Paranormal Gets Set for Episode Two


TB Paranormal SocietyTHUNDER BAY – The TB Paranormal Society are getting set to air their second episode. In this episode, the team investigates reports of paranormal activity in a home here in the city.

Ten episodes are planned over the coming year. As they say, stay tuned more is coming.

TB Paranormal: Our mission is to investigate incidents of alleged paranormal activity throughout the District of Thunder Bay. Using a combination of skeptical and traditional investigation techniques, we aim prove or disprove the alleged activity using technology, professional investigative techniques, and extensive research.

We conduct our investigations by using multiple IR video cameras on DVR systems, handheld IR video cameras, digital photography, digital voice recorders, motion sensors, emf detectors, vibration detectors, digital thermometers, and other devices to examine a location in search of alleged paranormal activity.

Primarily, we will set out to recreate and debunk any reported experiences at a location. We believe in eliminating non-paranormal causes of activity above all else. Anything that cannot be debunked, is then investigated as unexplained phenomena.

We do not, and will not ever charge a fee for our services. We also will not request any sort of donation for our work. We are doing this to help you understand what you are experiencing, as well as to help us further our understanding of the paranormal. Any cost incurred (including travel to the site) will be covered by the team.

For more information visit www.tbparanormal.com

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