|PARASEEK: STAFF INVESTIGATIONS: Scott Golz|
|So You Want to Be A Ghost Hunter?
I was recently "looked up" by Brian Harnois of the "Rhode Island Paranormal Society" and found that he has just started his organization about 2 months ago. What we are hoping for is to join forces in order to cover more ground for possible investigations. My major problem running this society is the demand for investigations and the lack of time i have. Hopefully Brian can help us out as well as the M.G.H.S. help the R.I.P.S. grow as big as possible. Allies are very important to paranormal investigators.
The "big day" for Lisa and I is September 2nd when we will be married in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. After this day, the wedding stresses will be over, Hopefully i will have a new job working for a very prominent beverage company, and we can tackle this ghost hunting gig full force. I will be adding new members to our roster and we will become a ghost hunting organization to be reckoned with! I must admit, Being the head of the Massachusetts Ghost Hunters Society is not as easy as i though it would, but i love it just the same.
So you want to be a ghost hunter eh? Well, we would love to hear from you. Here is the deal..... This is not "The Blair Witch Project", It's not "Poltergeist", And it's not Fox Family's "Scariest Places". We do thorough investigations of various homes, buildings, cemeteries etc. Alot of times we find nothing, and sometimes we find things that would send shivers down your spine and make you think twice about being there. If you are still interested in this non-paying job, please get in touch with either Brian Harnois or myself. Massachusetts Ghost Hunters Society is: MGHS@Mediaone.net and The Rhode Island Paranormal Society is email@example.com. Thanks for your interested and remember, look through those old photos, I'm sure you'll find some interesting things. Be safe and have a great 4th of July.
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