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Good day, everyone.  We have some things to bring you up to speed on, so we’re just going to jump right in.

The Okanagan chapter of Wolf Paranormal is set and ready to work!  Robyn and her team are looking for locations in the Lumby, Kelowna, and Vernon areas to help get them started. If you live in or near those areas and you can help them out, please email Robyn with the details:  robyn@wolfparanormal.com  Congratulations, Okanagan team!

Glimmer is fully recovered from her ordeal of a few weeks ago and is ready to work.  Indoor locations are key, now, as this is the time of year when coyotes are more prevalent in the cemeteries in and on the outskirts of the city.  Working Glimmer in those areas at this time of year is not recommended.  If you are a business owner and you would like to employ Glimmer’s skills, please email k9ghostdetection@gmail.com with the details and a contact name and number.

Michele, our remote reader, has made the decision to leave the Calgary team.  We extend our sincere thanks to her for the time and effort she’s given the team over the past two and a half years, and we wish her all the best as she moves forward with her life and whatever endeavors she wants to pursue.

We are still working on the investigation mentioned in the previous post.  As yet, we do not have booking confirmation. If this changes, we will, of course, let you know.

At this time, we want to extend our deepest condolences to the friends and families of Mark and Debby Constantino, two of the most prominent EVP specialists in the paranormal field. Their work with electronic voice phenomena is legendary, and they both will be sorely missed.  Their deaths earlier this week rocked the paranormal community and left a huge hole in the hearts of everyone who knew them and worked side by side with them.  May they both rest in peace… and perhaps, if they are able, may they find a way to tell us all what really lies beyond the veil…

Thank you for your ongoing support and encouragement.  We appreciate it very much.  Have a safe and happy weekend…

This past week, four members of the Calgary team were interviewed by Under the Geometree – a team of two men who conduct podcast interviews on topics ranging from the world of the underground, to the paranormal.  In the world of podcasts and webcasts, under their current name (UtG), they are newcomers, but after listening to their previous three podcasts, they definitely have a fantastic platform of interest that’s well worth listening to.  They certainly made us feel welcome and comfortable in their studio and throughout the duration of their interview with us.

UtG is so new that their website – which they only recently purchased – has almost no content on it.  However, they do have a comment section in place, as well as links to their previous episodes, so if you decide to check them out, make sure you let them know you were there by leaving them a nice comment.  Also, subscribe to their YouTube channel and give them a thumbs-up if you like what they’ve offered so far.

The interview UtG conducted with us was the first of what they’ve told us will be a series of future interviews with us.  We really appreciate that, and we’re all looking forward to spending time with Phil and Chess again.  They really are a great couple of guys, and their concepts, perceptions, and ideas about the world we call “paranormal” are refreshing, intriguing, and insightful. It was a real pleasure for us to talk with them.

In other, related news, a reporter from a local newspaper contacted us on Thursday to request an interview.  We don’t know, yet, whether the reporter wants to interview Holly, or the entire team. We’ll update you on this when we have more information.

Please visit Under the Geometree and let them – and us! – know what you think of their interview with us: Listen here

If you like them, you can follow UtG on Twitter, subscribe to their YouTube channel, and/or leave a comment at their website.  As mentioned above, the website is still “wet paint”,  but their comment section works just fine.

We hope you enjoy their interview with us.  Have a great day and a great weekend!

 

Tonight, Holly is being interviewed about the canine ghost detection research she’s been conducting with her dog Glimmer since 2013. The program is slated to air on BlogTalk Radio’s “Passage to Empowerment” at 8pm (10pm Eastern, 9pm Pacific).  Animals are known for being sensitive to energies and their fluctuations. Electronic equipment relies on the use of batteries – which can be expensive, and which have a tendency to drain out in the possible presence of ghosts or spirits. Other issues involved with electronic devices can also include things like false positives, general malfunctions, and full-on failures. These are non-issues when working with animals in this field, because animals (in this case, dogs) can see as well as feel pure energy, which is what we believe ghosts are comprised of.

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Have a great day, everyone.  See you tonight!