Venice Isle Paranormal Society

Posted: February 7, 2013 in demon, entity, ghost, horror, life after death, paranormal, photography, science, spirit, Uncategorized, video
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When we here at Murdered by ROBOTS are not creating low-fi underground rock or documenting the physical world through our photography and podcasts, we’re eager to explore the unknown, to fathom the great mysteries awaiting us beyond this mortal coil and to question all things that go bump in the night!
Under the tutelage of group founder and lead investigator Jim Tarazewich, an experienced ghost hunter who had his first paranormal experience at the age of 13, fellow band mate Rob and I were fortunate enough to participate in our first investigation this past September at a local bar and restaurant purported to play host to at least one (and possibly three) otherworldly forces. Using high-tech gadgetry including video-surveillance, motion and electromagnetic field detectors, digital voice recorders, and a ghost box (a modified portable radio that continuously scans the AM/FM bands in search of white noise and audio remnants that, in theory, may be manipulated by spiritual forces to communicate messages with the living) we set out to observe and, if possible, make contact with these potential entities. A skeptic by nature,  I participated in this initial assignment with no great expectations. However, after a three and a half hour investigation, I can attest that we did observe and document a number of curious occurrences that I cannot immediately explain nor comfortably ignore. I’ve always prided myself on having an open mind, but the events of that day definitely left me a little more open to new suggestions…
For more details on this investigation, and to learn more about Venice Isle Paranormal Society itself, including mission statement, investigator bios, and contact information, please visit the VIP homepage at:
Or call 941 929-6443
We are always on the lookout for credible leads and accepting new members!
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