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Evidence is changing

Hey guys,

We know many of you have been wanting to see more evidence from the team. While we admit there is much being held back for the documentary we’ll be screening in October there is still plenty more to be added.

In the near future  you will see a complete overhaul of our evidence viewing system. We’ve begun processing old and new evidence for viewing on Youtube. This has been assigned to PPS team members and will be completed as soon as possible.

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Documentary Screening In October

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The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House, Thank you!

We just wanted to give a shout out and huge thanks to those who came to visit us at our appearance tonight. We truly enjoyed talking to each and every one of you and loved that you guys asked plenty of questions! The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House is an amazing place and we are honored that they asked us to participate with their Spirit Walk. We even got word that this is the biggest turn out ever! As promised, here’s the video of the evidence we were showing off tonight. We plan to release more evidence over the next few months so be sure to stay tuned!

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5th Anniversary for PPS

This month and meeting marks the 5th Anniversary for the team and it’s 6th year actively investigating

October 2006, Chris and I embarked on our first event by escorting nearly 30 people around White Oak Cemetery, a now urban legend-like location here in our hometown.

Literally the next day, PPS was founded and we began having “open community meetings” which was met with great success. We never had less than 10 people show up and our best nights averaged 25 people. Unfortunately, as the team grew more mainstream and quickly gained what we called “core members” we had to stop including real-team related discussions at these meetings (i.e. cases, locations, clients) and we eventually stopped the open meetings altogether due to our case load requiring priority.

After that we had monthly team meetings to discuss the various cases and events we were working. We got our first “team clothing” designed for members. And started networking with other teams, even going as far as to attend one particular teams Karaoke Night they did on the side.

Since our formation in 2006, we’ve conducted hundreds of cases and helped dozens of families in need of help with things they couldn’t understand. I’m proud of this team, it’s members both past and present, and I can’t wait to see what’s ahead for The Paulding Paranormal Society.

Events, Haunted Paulding, and other news.

The Paulding Paranormal Society has been invited to the Paranormal Kicks Cancer event, as featured guest, September 24th, 2011 in Albany, GA.
We’ve decided to screen an early release of our documentary for the event. Shortly after the event we will make the video available for free streaming on Youtube and eventually available on DVD for those who would like to help support the team and possibly see more videos in the future!

We will be making a special appearance as guides and guests at the Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House October 22nd, 2011 in Fayetteville, GA.
We’ll be showcasing evidence caught from the 100+ year old house itself as well as assisting in the Spirit Walk held there every year.

The team will also be featured in an upcoming episode of Discover Paulding, on Comcast 23 & 24 as well as Youtube. It’s bound to be an eventful night!

Sorry about the downtime for Haunted Paulding. While I managed to stop a lot of the spam we were still experiencing a lot of it. A new forum system has been implemented that’s guaranteed to be virtually spam free! Unfortunately, this new system didn’t allow me to save the old posts from our system. I’m working on a conversion script that will allow me to add them.

We’re still working on a new layout for the site.

The team will be holding a vote soon regarding team-affiliates. We stopped allowing team affiliates some time ago due to our own case log not giving us the time needed to help assist others with cases they felt needed other bodies.