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OGC CLASS

 
The Spirit of Paranormal Research
 
Instructor: Nicole Strickland
 
April 2nd, 9:00am - 11:00am
(2 hour class)
 
Individually register for this class below:
 
Class Registration: $18.00
 
Online Ticket Sales Have Ended! Please purchase tickets at the Box Office at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center starting March 31 at 2pm.

 

 
 
 
 
The Spirit of Paranormal Research
 
Class Description:
 
This This class is basically "Paranormal Research 101," as it goes over important aspects of paranormal research, including proper protocol and standard operating procedures needed for a successful research experience.  It actually pulls resources from other presentations and serves as a motivator for anyone interested in learning more about paranormal research and investigating the unknown.  Additionally, the SDPRS team discusses the desired attributes and traits of a solid paranormal researcher, while also addressing the not-so-desired traits seen in today's paranormal field of study. 

Topics include: the tent poles and foundations of a solid paranormal researcher and investigation team, investigation methodology (Photo/audio/video/environmental monitoring); examples of spirit photography / how to examine photographs / the "Great Orb Debate" - how to identify natural versus spirit orbs; types of equipment used in paranormal research; when and when not to investigate (the importance of being healthy, grounded and centered); ways to improve paranormal research and contributions to paranormal study, etc.

 
 
Class Outcome:
 
After this course, attendees will have a better understanding of the foundations of paranormal research, including a prerequisite knowledge of proper protocol and methodologies.