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After conducting over 100 investigations with our paranormal team, CSPA, I’ve come to realize that some people dislike when Paul and I tell them that, in our opinion, X or Y isn’t paranormal, and the claims they’re making can be explained by mundane means.
They want the Hollywood creepy stuff; they want the ‘woo-woo.’ They want it so much that they manufacture it, even subconsciously. Most of us have done that. I sure have — countless times!

As I’ve said before in other posts, I do not believe anything is truly paranormal or supernatural. To me, it’s all natural and can be explained by science — if not now, then eventually. All the amazing events that happen in our universe — and beyond — are still awe-inspiring, thrilling, and magickal, even without the ‘woo-woo’ attached to it.

Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.) has been asked to conduct a presentation on the paranormal and paranormal investigation for the main Penrose library in downtown Colorado Springs. The date will be Saturday, July 26, 2014.

The event will last for several hours. The presentation will be first, followed by a Q & A session, and a demonstration of investigation techniques as we mock-investigate the library itself.

**THIS EVENT IS FREE TO THE PUBLIC—ALL AGES ARE WELCOME (but remember that, for some small children, discussing paranormal phenomena may upset or disturb them; use good judgment).**

I don’t have a time yet, but it’ll most likely start around 7 p.m. I’ll let you know once PPLD confirms. If you missed our previous events, this is the time to attend. Hope to see you there! 

A hearty welcome to our other new members of C.S.P.A.:

Bryan Garner

Anne Flint

Sammy Curell

Maria (Ria) Cline

 

Great to welcome you aboard!

Bev & Paul

This is Bev, Founder and Co-Team Lead from C.S.P.A.: I am intrigued by alleged haunted or spirited objects, especially dolls. I began building my own collection a couple of years ago. If you are interested in such things or collect haunted objects/dolls, feel free to join this group. We need more activity here (no pun intended!) Trolls will not be tolerated, by the way. I eat trolls for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You’ve been warned ;-p

Chronicles of Hope: Creating a Haunted Doll Collection

my doll collection

 

 

 

Currently updating our website for Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.). Go check it out! Still working it on it as I type this, so more updates coming! http://paranormalcoloradosprings.org/

We are pleased to welcome Telisha Stamper as a new member of our team, Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.). Happy to have you with us, Telisha!

As a follow-up, our second new C.S.P.A. member is Jonathon (Jono) Lutgen. Glad you’ve joined us as well, Jono!

FYI: After a much-needed yearlong hiatus, Colorado Springs Paranormal Association (C.S.P.A.) is now accepting cases again. We investigate in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, the Denver area, and within a two-hour range of Colorado Springs.

We do not take all cases. Due to overwhelming demand, we must determine the severity/priority level of a case and schedule investigations based on that criteria. If you are experiencing activity that is causing you, your family, or your business customers/employees discomfort or fear (or you feel threatened), please contact us at scribequill@gmail.com.

Due to the volume of emails we typically receive, you can expect a reply within two business days. You may also call our office voice mail at 719.357.8411. Leave your name and telephone number and a case manager will return your call within two business days.

We have conducted over 100 investigations and *never* charge for our services, nor do we take donations. C.S.P.A. was established in 2005—almost ten years ago. If you have any questions, you can message me privately or drop me an email at the above-listed address.

Thanks!

Bev & Paul Sninchak, Team Leads

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