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Happy Friday, everyone!  Today, we have an important announcement to make and we’re hoping you’ll help us spread it by sharing it everywhere.  We are making this announcement because we have been contacted on our Facebook page and via email by someone who paid money to attend a group investigation at Shrewsbury Library in Shropshire, England…. and got stiffed.  The group running this investigation has the same name as us, and because of the aforementioned situation, we are compelled to make a few things very, very clear.

We have two chapters:  The main chapter, founded and led by Holly, is located in Calgary, Alberta.  The second chapter, headed by Robyn, is located in Lumby, British Columbia. We do not have any chapters anywhere else, nor do we have any affiliate teams in any country working under the Wolf Paranormal umbrella.  We are strictly Canadian.

We do not offer or promote events in which groups of people pay to attend investigations in public locations.

We do not offer “ride-along” investigations to anyone except the media – and then, only to public locations. We never invite or agree to the media attending an investigation at a private residence.

We would appreciate it very much if anyone with contact information for the group in England could please forward that to us so that we can open a dialogue with that group and work to find a resolution that will benefit everyone involved in the situation.  Thanks very much; have a great day and a great weekend ahead.


We like to know how our clients are doing after we’ve completed an investigation.  To this end, we have added a new page to this site, called “Testimonials.”

If you are a client – or, if you just really, really like us and you want to let us know that – please click on the “Testimonials” page and follow the instructions there. Thank you!

In other news, Glimmer is almost completely recovered from her ordeal with the wounds on her neck.  Yesterday, for the first time in almost two weeks, she was finally able to wear her collar when she was taken out for her walks. While her neck has been healing, she’s had to wear her harness when she goes out for walks, and she really dislikes it. So, until yesterday, her walks were not as enjoyable for her as they normally are. Yesterday, she was like a puppy again.  It was a beautiful thing to see.  ♥

Speaking of Glimmer, she is turning 3 years old on Sept. 10 (Holy cow! That’s only 3 days from now!).  If the weather is nice, we’re going to be taking her to the dog park in Taradale so she can run off some steam, play, and just have a really good time.  If you have a dog-friendly dog and you’d like to join us, please feel free to do so!  We’ll be there from 7pm to at least 8pm. And just so you know you’re at the right place, look for some balloons tied to the fence.  😀

We are currently in the process of making arrangements for an investigation in a commercial location located a few hours out of town. If all goes as planned, we will be conducting the investigation in the second week of October.  We’ll provide more information once we have confirmation.

In the meantime, now that Glimmer is ready and able to work again, we are pushing ahead with our search for reportedly haunted locations which allow her to work indoors when the weather is inclement.  She has not worked much this year, and it’s important to our canine detection research that this changes.  The sooner, the better.  Glimmer works best when there are not a lot of other humans around to distract her, so working her after hours in occupied buildings is preferred.  Business owners are, of course, more than welcome to attend these sessions, and will be provided with any viable audio and/or video data that may be captured.

Have a great week, everyone, and thanks again to everyone who has been keeping Glimmer in thoughts and prayers and sending her healing energies. You have all made a difference!

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.

We hope you’ll join in the discussion tonight, either in the chat room, or by calling in. Please note:  To participate in the chat, you must be logged in. You can log in via Facebook, or you can create a free account; it only takes a minute.

Have a great day, everyone.  See you tonight!