Post by Brad-LaSpirits on Jul 23, 2008 21:57:40 GMT -5
From day one we have overcome adversity from the dirty tactics of negative people, only to get stronger and stronger. I think its safe to say that I have been called every name in the book and accused of every thing under the sun. A younger me would have always been quick to retaliate in similar fashion, but these days I simply sit back and grin, knowing that our reputation and quality of service will see us through the dumbasses.
Prime example, for a long time we had been harassed by a small faction of individuals who have stooped to levels unimagineable. However, karma always has a way of peeking its ugly little head as we are now receiving reports from former clients of theirs how displeased they were with their services! Some of these claims include, but not limited to:
digging through the clients personal items
using Ouija boards when claiming not to
using clients personal computer without permission, ETC. ETC.
Things like this gives a bad name to all paranormal investigators. As a public service group, we are obligated to act in the most respectful and professional of manners, especially when entering a private home. Actions like these are saddening, especially when they come from those who act "Holier than thou", trying to run your name in the mud.
To those in the process of "shopping around" for a paranormal investigative group, I cannot reiterate enough how important it is to go with a group you can trust; a group that has an extensive case load and quality references; and a group that has a quality website, filled with information that reflects their vast knowledge.
Post by Steve-LaSpirits on Aug 15, 2008 15:44:48 GMT -5
I think the "webpage" these people have up pretty much speaks for itself. A TOTAL LACK OF ANY EVIDENCE AT ALL. It really makes you wonder if they really went to these places or are they taking pictures of the front and posting a story about what happened.