On part one of Paranormal Stereotypes we discussed some stereotypes such as ghost hunters and paranormal investigators as well as the terms paranormal investigations and ghost hunting being used interchangeably when they are two completely different things. We discussed how to maintain a level of professionalism by not using some various bogus equipment with no scientific backing such as the SLS Camera, Ovilus, and Frank’s/Ghost/Spirit Box. We also discussed why you should not put videos and photos of orbs up on the internet as orbs are not paranormal and there is a big stereotype that they are.
Today on part two of Paranormal Stereotypes I will discuss sciences that you should be familiar with in order to overcome stereotypes, an experience I had with paranormal television shows, and how to present your team on the internet in a professional way so that your team doesn’t get balled up and thrown into the box with paranormal stereotypes.
A nearly identical transcript of this episode may be found at https://www.mwvspirit.com/blog/2021/12/27/paranormal-stereotypes-part-2/
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