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Hello and good day. We need to bring you up to speed on what’s happening and how things are going.

We’ve been busy with investigations, data analysis and review, working with clients, and trying to get videos finished.  We encountered some major issues with the video program, and then, that issue got resolved and work on the videos continued.  The program was recently upgraded, and now it’s not synching audio with video – and no solution can be found to correct the problem.  So, we’ve had to do a roll-back to a different program and start the video-making process all over.  It’s important to us that we bring you, the viewer, an experience that not only engages you from the beginning to the end of the movie, but which also looks professional.

We are working to get our backlog cleared up.  It’s just taking longer than we expected.

In other news, due to time constraints and very busy schedules, Tim and Kierra are no longer part of the Wolf Paranormal family.  We wish them both well, and we hope that wherever their paths lead them, they will be happy and successful.

At this time, we are not looking for new team members, and we are not accepting membership applications.  We appreciate your interest in wanting to be part of this awesome team, and if or when we do decide to start looking again, we’ll be sure to let you know.

As always, we want you to know that we appreciate your continued support and encouragement.  We hope you’ll continue to stick with us as we strive to bring you the results of our efforts. Have a great weekend, and to all the moms, soon-to-be moms, surrogate moms, adoptive moms, and all the women out there who are mother figures in the lives of children, HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

Good day, everyone!  Since our last posting, we’ve conducted two investigations at private residences – one out of town, and one locally.  We’ve also had at least one opportunity to do some canine research work with Glimmer.  Weather and health issues ended up interfering with further outings, but those things are resolving quickly, and we expect those outings to become more frequent.

The Okanagan chapter of our team is working on setting up their first investigation.  Robyn has worked hard to put the word out about the team to her community; though it was slow to come at first, response to her efforts has now provided her and her team with several potential locations to consider.  We’re very excited for her and her team to take on their first case and we’re looking forward to hearing about their experiences and findings.

Regarding our canine detection research, we know that it’s difficult for people who don’t know Glimmer to recognize unusual behavioral responses.  This has been an ongoing concern since our visit to the Cat & Fiddle Pub as a news story for CTV News.  Glimmer’s responses to that location were completely uncharacteristic, but because the reporter didn’t know her normal behavior, he didn’t recognize that, and her responses were – albeit unintentionally – misrepresented.  So, we’re going to be changing the way we present our videos of these testing sessions to include Glimmer’s normal behaviors in different situations.  Our hope is that this will facilitate a better understanding of her, and perhaps, easier recognition of unusual responses to stimuli we don’t see or hear.

We’d like to thank everyone who has been following us on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and all the other sites we’re part of.  We really do appreciate your support.  Have a great day and a great weekend!

This past Monday (Mar. 31), our team was interviewed on a radio program on blogtalk radio.  We had been invited a couple of weeks earlier to guest on the show.  We had to iron out some details and co-ordinate schedules, but in the end, all but one of us was able to take part in the event.  It was a fantastic interview; the hosts had a variety of really good questions for all of us, and people in the chat room had some really great questions, too – several of them proved to be quite thought-provoking.  If you wish to listen to the show, which is now archived, just click this link (a new window will open for you), sit back, and enjoy.  If you’d like, you can even leave a comment in the Comment section near the bottom of the page.  And please forgive any shakiness of voice you may hear; some of us were a little nervous…

In other news, our upcoming investigation has been temporarily postponed.  If the weather forecast is accurate and we get the sun and warm temperatures being promised, the grounds are going to be terribly slushy and mucky, and although no one wants to slog through a lot of that, our greatest concern about it is the noise contamination created in the process.  So, we’ve decided to wait until things dry out a bit.  We’ll keep you posted on this.

This past weekend, our website was down due to a server outage.  We want to thank everyone who kept monitoring the website and letting us know when it was finally up and running again, and to express our appreciation for being so patient and understanding while the host providers worked to get their systems back up and running so they could get us and all the other affected websites up and running again, too.

With spring finally making its way to us, it’s almost time to brush off the doggie back-pack and resume the canine ghost detection testing sessions with Glimmer.  She is now 18 months old (she’ll be 19 months on April 10th), and in the time between her last test and now, she’s learned and experienced several things which we hope will prove valuable in these tests.  Please stay tuned; it won’t be much longer, now, before she’s back in the field.

At this time, we want to thank everyone who has subscribed to our adventures through this blog, YouTube, and other social media sites.  We really appreciate you!

Have a great day and a great rest of the week!