Join paranormal investigator and researcher, Nicole Strickland, and other SDPRS members, as they share the various techniques of conducting a proper investigation. Topics include: investigation Dos and Donts, investigation protocol and stages, initial client contact/interview/report, preliminary investigation and report, investigation process, EVP/ITC and practice, audio/photo/video analysis, review and software, experimental equipment and practice, team debrief and case review, client debrief, classifications of ghosts and hauntings, spirit photography/videography, basic ghost hunter's kit, power of suggestion and bias, investigation experiments and debunking, working with psychic and demonology consultants, spiritual protection, research techniques, obtaining background research, case management process, how to deal with difficult clients, case referrals.
This SDPRS course is actually a year-long training course for SDPRS members, whether they are experienced or beginners. This course is designed to build team unity and cohesion and to make sure that all members are on the "same page" at all times. SDPRS also offers this course to the general public as well.
Nicole Strickland is quite experienced with conducting Electronic Voice Phenomena sessions and is currently the EVP Specialist for SDPRS. In this course, she shares tips, strategies and suggestions for implementing EVP sessions into the investigation. She will also discuss the Dos and Donts of an EVP session. She also talks about and shares some of her favorite EVPs that she has obtained.
Join investigator and researcher, Nicole Strickland, as she shares some of her ghostly encounters aboard the Queen Mary. She will share some of her photos and EVPs as well as share some astonishing video from some of her colleagues. She will also discuss some key events of the ship's history, such as inception, luxury cruise days, passenger amenities, World War II service, post-war repatriation and war bride service, final 1,001 voyage, Long Beach, California's purchase of and the ship as it is today: hotel, museum and tourist attraction. Nicole will also talk about the famous ghosts aboard the ship and the many paranormal hot-spots in the vessel. Being one of her favorite places to visit, Nicole also talks about why the the RMS Queen Mary plays such a significant role in her life.
In this presentation, Nicole Strickland discusses how children can be affected by paranormal phenomena. She will also discuss some key signs to look for that may suggest that a child is being affected by ghostly phenomena. Strickland also discusses the stages of child development and how children are affected by and perceive the paranormal differently in each stage of development. Also included are tips for parents and suggestions for investigators on how to effectively handle a case involving children.
Have you ever envisioned yourself running your own paranormal team? Nicole Strickland has and she shares the steps and procedures she has utilized for co-developing the San Diego Paranormal Research Society. Topics include: Standard Operating Procedures/Protocols, team mission statement, relevant forms, administration function, team members, conducting team meetings, case management, investigation permission, investigation principles, team website, etc. This course is a must for those who want to establish and run their own paranormal team. This course is designed from Nicole's latest book, Developing a Successful Paranormal Research Team: The SDPRS Foundational Model, which is coming out in fall of 2011.
We are also available to present at Paranormal events, conferences and retreats!