Posts Tagged ‘holidays’

On behalf of the entire Wolf Paranormal Investigations family, we want to say HAPPY CANADA DAY! to all of our Canadian friends, families, followers, and subscribers.  We wish you all a very safe, happy celebration our nation’s 148th birthday.



Please forgive our tardiness in keeping everyone updated since the last posting.  Everyone was busy preparing for the holiday season, and some investigators were dealing with serious life and health issues. Thankfully, everyone is up and running again, and we’re ready to go forward.

We have a lot of new things going on that we’re really excited about.  From new locations to new team members in the BC Chapter, we are very excited to be pushing full-steam ahead.  This new year is going to be amazing…

Canine Ghost Detection research will be resuming in the spring, when the weather is warmer and the dog’s feet aren’t at risk of getting too cold.  We now have a cameraman, so testing sessions can be properly filmed and more videos for this aspect of paranormal research can be posted to our YouTube channel.

We have an investigation coming up on Jan. 17.  Unlike most of our investigations, the location is a business, and because of liability concerns, we are investigating during business hours. More information on the location will be provided after the investigation is concluded.

Thanks to all of our friends, family, subscribers, and followers for sticking with us even when we don’t post for awhile.  We really appreciate your loyalty, and we look forward to sharing all of our adventures over the course of this brand new year.  Happy 2015!  🙂

Good day, everyone.  We are very pleased to welcome our newest team member, Paul, to the Wolf Paranormal family.  Welcome aboard, Paul! We promise that when we don’t have you investigating with us, we’ll bore you to tears with audio and video analysis and review. 😀

Having said that, all of our investigator positions are now filled.  However, we are still seeking an experienced camera operator and an experienced researcher.  Please note that these positions are unpaid. Also note that, unless we need another investigator present, the successful applicants’ duties will be limited to camera operation and research.

In other news, Robyn is still working on building our BC chapter.  If you are interested in joining the BC chapter and you live in Vernon, Kelowna, or other nearby towns (applicants must live within 20-30 minutes of Lumby), please contact Robyn directly at to arrange an interview with her.

As we enter the holiday season, we would like to take a minute to remind everyone not to drink and drive.  This is a time of year when companies are throwing their annual Christmas parties, so if you are attending these parties, please either arrange for a designated driver, or call a cab.  Whatever you do, please DON’T DRIVE if you’ve been drinking.  Even one drink will make you unsafe behind the wheel.

That’s it for now, folks.  Have a great day, and thanks for following us!