Occupation:Sales (currently). Previous occupations: Worked in the Mental Health field, in Crisis Intervention and counseling. Marketing/Advertising Consultant
How Did You Become Interested In The Paranormal?</strongI have had ongoing experiences with the paranormal, since early childhood (I recall as early as age 4). My mother had a difficult birth with me, and I have had 2 near death experiences. There is a hypothesis, that this opens someone to be more "sensitive" to paranormal phenomena. My experiences intensified as I got older. Things continue to happen, that I cannot explain. Recently, I lived in a home with horrific events, such as loud knocking on my walls, recorded unexplainable voices (EVP), saying negative and hateful comments, touched in areas of my body, that I don't care to discuss. My cats were also affected negatively.
I experienced tense and unexplained illnesses by something unseen in my last home. This is my driving force, that peeked my curiosity to find out the "how" and "why" these events occur! Needless to say, I threw some clothes in trash bags, packed up my cats and left my home and everything in it behind! It's been a tough journey ever since. Much strength was gained, and ALL fear within me, was lost over the course of this past year.
I have a background in investigating the paranormal, capturing videos, photographs, and voices in videos and on other recording devices in every home I have ever lived in, as well as in "well known or suspected" haunted locations. With that said, I always take approaches to debunk what I experience and capture. There are several things that I can't debunk and that's where my curiosity and drive comes in! I am hopeful to gain evidence as to why this phenomenon takes place! Why are people more sensitive to these experiences (with mental health diagnoses ruled out), and others have never experienced anything in their life at all? There is a strong will within me, to gain evidential explanation of paranormal activity and why it occurs, to help folks have a better understanding as well.
Concrete evidence and knowledge helps to dissolve fear of the unknown