I have been not so much interested in the paranormal as I have been more so with witchcraft and magic of sorts, considering the background I grew up in. Not that it was a bad childhood, but that sort of tom-foolery was forbidden to me. Anywho, I have not always believed in the paranormal, but it was not something that I frowned down upon. At one point in time, like I'm sure all of us have done at those stupid sleepovers that we've gone to as children, I have messed around with the infamous Ouija board. Of course, you're never supposed to believe it for the obvious reasons. But upon my first introduction to this mystical contraption, I've always had a little more curiousity for that sort of thing. It wasn't until I met my friends now, part of the Paranormal Outcast Investigators team; Feanix, Ashley, and Aleph; did I tempt to open myself up more to the idea of the paranormal.
Becoming friends with these three, I have definitely opened myself up more to the gore, the fear, and everything labeled in the genre of horror. Although I will admit that I'm still a little scaredy-cat of pretty much everything, this will be my greatest triumph yet. There is no better way to face your fears then to go into it head first. I hope as a member of P.O.I to offer my services in being able to feel the paranormal around me to help bring more proof to the table how much it does or does not exist.
I have found recently, that in becoming more susceptible to these types of experiences and phenomena, I have been able to experience more than I would have ever thought possible for myself.The paranormal is a curious thing, and I'm still growing to learn more about it and to opening myself up to all of the possibilities this world has to offer and in the next. I'm absolutely terrified, but am not afraid to go alone in the dark for the sake of research and contacting that which is of the paranormal. I look forward to our upcoming investigations, and of course,
I'm going to be the one who screams the loudest when something happens. But, of course, I'll learn to laugh, because as scary as it might be, there's only more proof that it exists.
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Stanley Hotel | Estes Park, Colorado
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