Articles, essays, journalism, and other resources containing publicized accounts of paranormal activity, or which promote and publicize PPI. For a descriptive list of these resources, see below.

  • Any ghost hunter will tell you the holy grail of the craft is to catch a full-body apparition. But [El Cajon based] Pacific Paranormal Investigations have another goal....

  • The theater was truly dark, a dark so thick it oozed over three members of the team like a viscous oil. Three lights were visible: a demonic lens blinking like a red beacon from afar, a blue power signal, property of a digital night vision camera and the ghoulish green from the screen of an electromagnetic field (EMF) detector....

  • podcast halloween iconFor our debut podcast, we join three members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during a fireside chat on Halloween Night. Brian Miller, Brian Johnson and Tim Mountain discuss all things paranormal in a casual and spontaneous manner.

    Recorded October 31, 2008.

    Length: 00:13:25


     

  • podcast evidence analysis iconPart 3 of our presentation: Science & Beyond - A Look at the Science Behind 21st Century Paranomrmal Investigation -is entitled Evidence Analysis - Wrong Thinking, Seeing Ain't Believing and Can You Hear Me Now? Presented by PPI President Karl Sherlock.

    Recorded October 11, 2011

    Length: 00:35:48


     

  • podcast june reading iconTravel back in time through the PPI audio archives for the second of a series of a special interviews with June Reading, Director and Curator of the Whaley House Museum in Old Town San Diego, CA. June shares her personal experiences at the Whaley House with PPI Investigator Brian Miller during a busy winter afternoon at the museum.

    Recorded 1982

    Length: 00:36:33


     

  • podcast halloween iconWe join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during a fireside chat on Halloween Night. Karl Sherlock, Brian Miller, Debra Page and Larry Page discuss the origin of Jack-O-Lanterns, animal ghosts and the state of paranormal reality television in a casual and spontaneous conversation.

    Recorded: October 31, 2011

    Length: 00:22:53


     

  • podcast henry james icon Join Pacific Paranormal Investigations and Savannah Sincoff,LCSW, for a lively discussion following the Intrepid Shakespeare Company's production of The Turn of the Screw, adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the novella by Henry James. PPI and Savannah Sincoff disect the story and characters of The Turn of the Screw as if it were a modern day paranormal investigation. Moderated by Tom Hall.

    Recorded April 15, 2012 at the Performing Arts Center of theSan Dieguito Academy, Encinitas, CA

    Length: 00:45:18


     

  • Wpodcast edwin becker icone join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations Jason Sieckman, Karl Sherlock, Debra Page, Tim Mountain and Brian Miller as they interview Edwin Becker, author of TrueHaunting,a first person account of he and his wife Marcia's personal experiences living in a haunted apartment building they bought in Chicago, Illinois in 1970

    Recorded: December 9, 2012

    Length: 01:06:52


     

  • podcast halloween iconWe join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during their fifth annual fireside chat on Halloween Night. Karl Sherlock, Brian Miller, Tim Mountain, Debra Page, Larry Page and Tracy Evans discuss children and the paranormal and the nature of EVP in a spontaneous conversation.

    Recorded October 31, 2012

    Length: 01:08:35


     

  • podcast halloween iconWe join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during a fireside chat on Halloween Night. Brian Miller, Brian Johnson, Tim Mountain and TAPS West Coast Case Manager Tracy Evans discuss all things paranormal in a casual and spontaneous manner.

    Recorded October 31, 2009.

    Length: 00:32:51


     

  • podcast whaley house iconTravel back in time through the PPI audio archives for the first of a series of a special interviews with June Reading, Director and Curator of the Whaley House Museum in Old Town San Diego. June Reading and Anita Kerwin share their personal experiences at the Whaley House with PPI Investigator Brian Miller during a busy winter afternoon at the museum.

    Recorded January 7, 1982

    Length: 00:25:34


     

  • podcast halloween iconWe join members of Pacific Paranormal Investigations during a fireside chat on Halloween Night. Karl Sherlock, Brian Miller, Tim Mountain, Lillie Chase, Gary Eidsmoe, Debra Page, Larry Page and Alexis Miller discuss all things paranormal in a casual and spontaneous manner.

    Recorded October 31, 2010

    Length: 00:49:03


     

  • about ppi trademark iconPPI is one among tens of thousands of not-for-profit paranormal investigative groups worldwide proud to support and ally with a broader network of dedicated sister groups. However, as a trademarked identity, we are unaffiliated with any other investigative or research entity whose moniker or initials may resemble ours.

     

  • team resources team resources icon

    As Pacific Paranormal Investigations proudly glances backward on its decade of volunteer investigative and educational outreach, we're also looking foward to the next generation of paranormal investigators. That's why we are opening our vaults and sharing with the public those investigative and organizational resources we we’ve worked very hard to develop these last ten years.

  • about ppi tfm icon

    Since 2007, Pacific Paranormal Investigations has been registered with the TAPS Family Members (TFM) network, the official worldwide network of investigation, outreach, and research groups started by The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS).

  • Pacific Paranormal Investigations conducted its first investigation of the Star in August 2007 and has since launched two more thorough follow-up inquiries to debunk and analyze a host of perplexing evidence, some of which is thought to be potentially paranormal....