On the 97th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, the Georgia Aquarium invited RGPI to host a participative investigation for their guests. During these two nights RGPI lead investigations through the Titanic exhibit and the Cold Water Quest for almost 200 paranormal enthusiasts. Evidence captured from RGPI investigators and attendees will be posted here after all evidence is extensively analyzed.

RGPI Director, Claudia Lee, and Investigator, Michele Lowe, spent an energy packed evening sharing stories and answering questions in what was once an old hospital with the Girl Scouts in Cumming, GA.  This lock-in event drew 85 serious TAPS fans!  Thank you to Melissa, the parents, and all the wonderful girls!!  We had an amazing time!

Here at PDGA, we understand that deciding to contact a paranormal research group can be a difficult decision. With that in mind, we have found that the best way to help you understand what we can do for you is to show you exactly what to expect. The entire process of our investigation is presented here for you.

There are several things to take into consideration when picking a paranormal investigation group:


Ask: How long has your group been together?
      How many years of experience do the group leaders have investigating?
      What kind of training has the group been involved in?  

There is no “license” or “certificate” that qualifies a group for paranormal research.

This FAQ will hopefully answer some of the questions you might have regarding hauntings and the science of paranormal research. If you find that your question is still not answered, or you seek even more information, feel free to contact us .

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