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TAPS Ghost Hunters

Posted on August 22, 2007. Filed under: Ghost Hauntings, Ghost Research, Grant Wilson, Jason Hawes, Paranormal Investigation, Real Haunted Houses, TAPS Ghost, TAPS Ghost Hunters, The Atlantic Paranormal Society |

TAPS Ghost Hunters – Proving the Skeptics Wrong?

TAPS Ghost Hunters is one of the most popular paranormal research groups. TAPS is shorthand for The Atlantic Paranormal Society.

Its mission? To investigate paranormal activity including ghosts, poltergeists, EVP, residual hauntings, and other unexplained activity.

Sound far fetched?

Not at all.

Investigating the paranormal is totally natural to the TAPS team. So, what do these ghost hunters do, exactly? TAPS gathers scientific evidence using electronic equipment, and then determines whether a particular location is truly haunted.

TAPS Ghost Hunters

TAPS Ghost Hunters Paranormal Investigation

TAPS Ghost Hunters first became popular in 2004, when the founders, Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, were featured on the Sci-Fi Channel in a TV show called “Ghost Hunters.” Since then, TAPS Ghost Hunters has attracted thousands of followers and admirers. Due to the show, interest in ghost hunting and the paranormal has exploded.

TAPS Ghost Hunters – Investigating the World’s Most Haunted Places

TAPS Ghost Hunters has investigated some of the most haunted places in the world, including The Stanley Hotel (featured in Stephen King’s famous novel, The Shining), The Bird Cage Theatre, Shawshank Prison, The U.S.S. Lexington, Eastern State Penitentiary, Race Rock Lighthouse, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, and numerous private homes.

Skeptics argue that ghosts do not exist and that all paranormal activity can be explained scientifically. However, TAPS has proven otherwise. TAPS has gathered scientific evidence of the paranormal, and the TV show has helped bring ghost hunting into the mainstream.

Thousands of viewers tune into Sci-Fi Channel each week to watch the TAPS team interact with the paranormal. TAPS proves (or disproves) a haunting using scientific research tools so that paranormal activity can be captured, analyzed, and better understood. The TAPS Ghost Hunters TV show is helping people to understand how ghosts interact with the physical world, and why they exist.

Discover the Secrets of TAPS Ghost Hunters – Plus Free Ghost Videos

If you love the paranormal and TAPS ghost hunting, then you should check out Ghost Hunting Secrets.

It’s a FREE newsletter for ghost hunters, and it’s filled with ghost hunting tips, techniques, and secrets. Ghost Hunting Secrets is published by Michelle Myers and she sends you free weekly haunted locations, and tips on ghost hunting and exploring the paranormal.

Check it out, and have fun ghost hunting!

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The Atlantic Paranormal Society – TAPS Ghost Hunters

Posted on August 19, 2007. Filed under: Ghost Hauntings, Ghost Research, Grant Wilson, Jason Hawes, Paranormal Investigation, TAPS Ghost, TAPS Ghost Hunters, The Atlantic Paranormal Society |

The Atlantic Paranormal Society has become hugely popular due to the TV show, “Ghost Hunters.” The Atlantic Paranormal Society (also known as TAPS) investigates paranormal activity – including ghosts, hauntings, voices, poltergeist, EVP, and unexplainable psychic activity.

Guess where The Atlantic Paranormal Society is headquartered? You’ll never guess. It’s located in a small city called Warwick in the state of Rhode Island. Jason Hawes created the Atlantic Paranormal Society in 1990, after he had a paranormal experience that could not be logically explained. Since then, the Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) has gained international fame for its research into paranormal activity.

Haunted Places Investigated by The Atlantic Paranormal Society

Some of the spooky places investigated by TAPS include: The U.S.S. Lexington, The Shining Hotel, The Bird Cage Theatre, Eastern State Penitentiary, Race Rock Lighthouse, John Stone Tavern, Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Shawshank Prison, and numerous private homes.

The Atlantic Paranormal Society uses sophisticated equipment to capture evidence of paranormal activity. TAPS uses audio recording devices to capture EVP (electronic voice phenomenon), video cameras, infrared devices, electromagnetic field meters, negative ion detectors, thermal scanners, and much more. Once the paranormal activity has been captured using equipment, the Atlantic Paranormal Society evaluates the data and decides whether a particular location is haunted.

The “sport” of ghost hunting – as pioneered by the Atlantic Paranormal Society – is becoming immensely popular. The number of hauntings and paranormal activity is rapidly increasing. According to The Atlantic Paranormal Society, one out of every ten homes experiences some type of supernatural activity! That’s 10% of all homes. As a result, the demand for trained paranormal researchers – ghost hunters – is rapidly growing.

Discover the Secrets of Ghost Hunting

To learn more about ghost hunting, and paranormal research, be sure to visit Ghost Hunting Secrets which is published by Michelle Myers. You’ll gain free access to ghost hunting tips, advice, real ghost hunting videos, and the inside secrets of paranormal investigation. Check it out!

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