Interview and Investigation
When B.P.R.S. is requested to conduct an investigation at a private residence or place of business.
Our teams Founder/Lead Investigator will set up a time/date to meet with the owner or company rep. for a case interview.
During the interview he and the other members with him will ask detailed information about the claims of paranormal activity at the location.
This includes questions about the occupants (names, ages, religous beliefs, medications, illegal drugs etc.) haunting information (witnesses to the phenomena, how often the phenomena occurs, Do the occupants feel threatened etc.)
After the interview our Founder/ Lead Investiagtor and the member(s) with him will then do a walk through of the entire location to get a feel of what may be possibly be happening at the location and to also map out where the survailence and static camera(s) will be placed for the night of the investigation.
Members will also measure and record any E.M.F readings and Temp. Fluctuations.
We ask that family members or occupants of a location be kept to a minimum during the time of an investigation to reduce contamination of audio and visual recordings due to noise and movement.
We do not investigate while children (under 18) are present in the home.
This policy has been established for safety and emotional well-being of the child and also to help reduce noise contamination.
If clients can not remove children from the home for a particular reason, assistance may still be provided in other ways but an investigation will not be conducted at that time.
If the home owner is present during the investigation we ask, that they remain quiet during the entire investigation unless they are assisting us with monitoring survailence cams or asking questions during EVP sessions.
The day of the investigation our team will arrive and begin setting up equipment .
A command center (Home Base) will be established.
This in most cases, when space allows, is going to be an area with the least or no paranormal activity occurring. .
A member will be assigned to watch the TV Monitor/cameras and relay/ document any and all anomalies / shadows seen in an area where investigators may or may not be in.
"So diligence is very important for the person manning this equipment!"
After the equipment is setup and everyone has turned the lights out and team will split up into small groups of two individuals.
The lead investigator will pair members up and assign rooms and what to look for.
After all members are dispersed into their locations Electronic Voice Phenomenon/ flashlight (EVP)
sessions will begin.
At first general statements of who the investigators are and why they are there will be made.
Mainly trying to bring the entity to communicate and relax with the investigation.
Along with the EVP sessions members will look for temperature fluctuations that are not normal for the room or environment.
If there is an entity present the temperature will usually drop 8 to 10 degrees in the vicinity of the perceived entity.
Another aspect that the investigators are expected to document all personal experiences felt during the investigation.
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