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St. Louis Area Paranormal Studies (S.L.A.P.S.)

Contact Name David Hensley
Location St Louis, MO
Phone (314) 766-6566
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1. We are a family. The three founding members are me, my son Justin, and Bob.
2. We all contribute to the group with individual strengths-my brother Bob has been blind nearly 20 years, and has become our EVP specialist as he has developed his sense of hearing in lieu of sight. I build a majority of the equipment from scratch and my son is our technology guy,
3. We have also held lectures in the same place Jay and Grant from TAPS hold theirs in St. Louis, MO.

Haunted House Investigation Team

hhit Contact Name Thomas Mathews
Location Chamois, Missouri
Phone (573) 616-8631
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Investigating claims of the paranormal in peoples homes. Using the latest state of the art equipment to determine whether or not what is in your home is an intelligent, or residual haunting. Evidence production through visual and audible phenomena for use when asking for a home blessing, exorcism, cleansing, or other service. General help pointing people in the right direction when attempting to find the correct aid in ridding their home of the paranormal.

North Missouri Paranormal Research Society

NPS-Default Contact Name Randy Tippett
Location Missouri, Iowa, Illinois
Phone (660) 988-1501
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Website http://nemghs.weebly.com
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We volunteer our free time to assist individuals in and around the Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa area, who may have experienced unexplained activity. Our goal is to determine if the location indicates paranormal phenomena by using scientific methods. We look for alternative explanations first, considering paranormal activity to be the last option. We hope to try and bring a clearer understanding to any individual experiencing possible paranormal issues, or perhaps provide an explanation to something previously unexplained. We do not consider ourselves “Ghost Hunters”, but instead paranormal investigators or researchers. We conduct ourselves professionally at all times. We show the utmost respect to the locations, the individuals, and anything paranormal that may be present.

Ghoststalkers P.R.S

Ghoststalkers P.R.S Contact Name Lakeshia M Byrd
Location Lowndes, Missouri
Southeast Missouri
Phone (573) 714-1464
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Website ghoststalkersprsin.wix.com/official
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Tim & Lakeshia BYRD are the founders of Ghoststalkers p.r.s. and with over 43 years combined experience , renowned paranormal investigators, and authors of the Ghoststalkersprs into the part GUIDE. They have been
featured on numerous Radio shows: Dark Thirty National Radio, fomerlotentertainment Radio, paranormal Radio and over the edge of Reality Radio. They have been honored by Strathmore’s who’s who publication for being best in their field.

Fort Belle Fontaine

431273_524481260918645_2095829316_n Address 13002 Bellefontaine Rd
St. Louis, Missouri 63138
Phone (314) 544-0706
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Website www.stlouisco.com/ParksandRecreation/ParkPages/FortBelleFontaine
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Wine Valley Inn

22276_327136865551_2579841_n Address 403 Market Street
Hermann, Missouri 65041
Phone (573) 486-0706
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Website www.wine-valley-inn.com/
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The Parlor Bed & Breakfast

36375_134127953278343_6493185_n Address 203 South Knob Street
Ironton, Missouri 63650
Phone (573) 546-2670
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Website www.theparlorbandb.com/index.html
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Little Hills Winery

189219_10151328840881083_819642349_n Address 501 S Main St
St. Charles, Missouri 63301
Phone (636) 946-9165
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Website www.littlehillswinery.com/
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Bissell Mansion

18465_272503017734_3237060_n Address 4426 Randall, Place
St. Louis, Missouri 63107
Phone (314) 533-9830
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Website www.bissellmansion.com
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Main Street Inn Bed & Breakfast

1620901_638720996164325_1252785004_n Address 221 N Main St
Saint Genevieve, Missouri 63670
Phone (800) 918-9199
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Website www.mainstreetinnbb.com
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Lehmann House

1972285_634749296608323_216980932974313351_n Address 10 Benton Pl
St. Louis, Missouri 63104
Phone (314)422-1483
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Website www.lehmannhouse.com/
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Morse Mill Hotel

1002755_602727376433869_1236077353_n Address 8850 Morse Mill Spur Road
Morse Mill, Missouri 63066
Phone (636) 221-0284
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Website morsemillhotel.com/
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Morse Mill Hotel was built in 1816. It has been rumored to be a speakeasy, brothel, and  hideout for Jesse & Frank James among other things. There have been many recorded deaths on the property. The claims at this location include full body apparitions, disembodied voices and growls. The location has public ghost hunts as well as private investigations for a fee based on number in party. Contact the location at the above email for investigation details.

Fletcher House

14302_130541060435317_632030905_n Address 401 Elm St
Hillsboro, Missouri 63050
Phone (636) 797-2620
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Website www.hillsboromo.org/historical/fletcherhouse/fletcherhouse.htm
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St. Alexius Hospital

1185852_219161511580570_1726389547_n Address 3933 S. Broadway
St. Louis, Missouri 63118
Phone (314) 865-7000
Email
Website www.stalexiushospital.com/new/
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Walnut Street Inn

1901361_10152240390217801_715502281_n Address 900 E Walnut St
Springfield, Missouri 65806
Phone (417) 864-6346
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Website www.walnutstreetinn.com/
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St. Joseph Museum

10252147_737162752971718_2654082050645017505_n Address 3406 Frederick Ave
Saint Joseph, Missouri 65406
Phone (816) 232-8471
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Website stjosephmuseum.org/glore.htm
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Lemp Mansion

history4 Address 3322 Demenil Pl
St. Louis, Missouri 63118
Phone (314) 664-8024
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Website www.lempmansion.com/history.htm
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Duff Green Mansion

284537_228071467237559_6634997_n Address 1114 First East Street
Vicksburg, Mississippi 39180
Phone (601) 636-6968
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Website www.duffgreenmansion.com/
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Moonlite Paranormal Investigations

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Location St. Louis Metro, S.E. Missouri (Bootheel)
Phone (618) 799-0235
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Website www.moonliteparanormal.com
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At MPI, we are focused on providing FREE services with the highest levels of satisfaction & we will do everything we can to meet your expectations. With the most current technology, techniques and traditional investigative methods, we’re here to help you! We have teams that serve the St. Louis, MO and Bootheel / SEMO areas.

The Haunted Kendrick House of Carthage Missouri

Sheri Collins

Sheri Collins

Assistant Executive Director Department Chair Investigation & Research Education Resource Photography & NPS Photography Team at NPS of Texas
Sheri has always had an interest in the paranormal – from watching different paranormal shows over the years to having déjà-vu experiences throughout all her life that she has tried to put an explanation to. When her dad passed away in March 2010she began her journey into the paranormal. She has had several encounters over the years since starting in the field & takes more of an “old school” approach to her research in the paranormal. She is a supporter of today’s modern technology being used on investigations & encourages the use of various tools on investigations. She is always looking for a new ‘old school’ method to try on investigations & employs the use of trigger objects in an effort to get a response. She became fascinated with the pendulum after using a set of original jailer’s keys as a trigger object on an investigation at a local historic jail & they began to sway in response to questions.She is a huge proponent of education in the paranormal field choosing to debunk things immediately by trying to recreate situations & experiment to find logical answers to things that have happened or been captured in photographs or on video in an effort to prove or disprove paranormal activity. She & her team focus on private residential cases as well as educating the public on paranormal investigation & research. You will often find them assisting & consulting with other teams on theircases. Sheri is a certified paralegal and Notary Public for the State of Texas. Her professional background includes working in the legal field, sports marketing, event coordination & business management. She serves as Assistant Executive Director of NPS and the Department Chair overseeing Photography and the NPS Photography Team. Sheri leads the Investigation & Research Education Resources for NPS which provides information, links, & articles surrounding education in the paranormal field. She also writes articles periodically for the NPS’ website that are tied to photography & education. She is one of the founders of NPS of Texas, a paranormal research & investigative team based out of Dallas, Texas.
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kendrick-houseThere’s this house that sits at a fork in the road in Carthage, Missouri that when driving by one would have no idea the history that is the Kendrick House.
This red brick home with an old well and a small building sitting behind it holds so many spirits within its walls. Having been built starting back in 1849
and completed in 1854, it is one of the oldest standing homes and one of only a few to have survived the Civil War. The home has served as a private home,
field hospital during the Civil War and a sickhouse. It is a really cool place to investigate as the house itself is like a vortex for paranormal activity
because it sits on limestone next to a river AND a set of railroad tracks!! A serious hotbed for paranormal activity for sure and we all LOVE that.

The following excerpts were taken from my friend Lisa Livingston Martin’s book Haunted Carthage Missouri:

“Antebellum homes are rare in Southwest Missouri due to the scorched-earth policies employed by both sides during the Civil War. The term conjures images of large plantations as are found in the Deep South. Though plantations were located along the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers in Missouri, the land in southern Missouri did not lend itself to large-scale crop farming. Nonetheless, elegant antebellum homes were built here. The oldest surviving example is Kendrick House, on the northern edge of present-day Carthage, at the intersection of Garrison Avenue and VV Highway. When built, it was considered a mansion and one of the most beautiful homes in the area. It was one of three homes in the Carthage area to survive the Civil War and is the oldest standing house in Jasper County. The house was built beginning in 1849 and completed in its current state by 1856.

When the house was built, there were no roads leading to its site. There was a trail off to the east, and the trail that would become Garrison Avenue would be forged from an Indian trail that led to Fort Scott, Kansas, and later would be part of the original Route 66. However, in the 1840s, there was nothing but prairie grass and trees outlining Spring River, several hundred yards to the south.

Sennett Rankin was drawn to this spot in the mid-1840s, building a small log cabin on the northern bank of Spring River just southeast of the house, on which he began construction but that never bore his name. A prosperous farmer with large holdings in the area, Rankin broke ground on the rolling hill above the river in 1849, as slaves tended a forty-acre field carved out of the prairie by horse and man. We have no idea what plans Sennett Rankin and his wife had when they started building what later became known as the ‘Mansion.’ After a couple years, Sennett and his wife moved back to their large farm near present-day Jasper, Missouri, some fifteen miles north, without finishing or ever living in the house. The partially constructed house was sold to Sennett’s son-in-law, Thomas Dawson. Soon, the lure of gold took Dawson to California to seek his fortune. Dawson did not find gold in California. He didn’t finish construction either and never lived in the house. Perhaps as a means of recouping his losses from that search for gold, Dawson sold the still unfinished house and 640 acres of future farmland and orchards to William and Elizabeth Kendrick for the sizeable sum of $7,000 in 1856. At the same time in Jasper County, farmland was selling for approximately $1.25 an acre ($800 for 640 acres). The Kendricks finished the house on the hill and made it their home. They turned the 640 acres of virgin prairie grass into cropland and orchards and operated a successful blacksmithing and gunsmithing business for many years. The Kendrick family and their descendants, including several generations of the Janney family, lived in the home continuously for approximately 130 years, until it was sold to Victorian Carthage in the 1980s, which still owns the home. Approximately 20 acres of the original 640 acres remain with the house.

Although the city of Carthage had been established by the time Kendrick House was built, it was still a small collection of houses and buildings. It was not readily accessible from Kendrick House, as there were no bridges across Spring River or in all of Jasper County until the 1870s. Everything that was used in construction of the house except for glass for the windows was either material found on the property or items that were made by the workers. For instance, there were no store-bought nails available, so each nail was made by hand by a blacksmith in a forge. The outer walls are red brick, made from the clay from the banks of Spring River, just a few hundred yards from this spot. Sennett Rankin, as well as Dawson and the Kendricks, owned slaves. Rankin was the largest slaveholder in Jasper County, and his slaves built the brick walls. The bricks are concave on the interior side so as to hold more mortar. The exterior walls are three bricks thick, very unusual for construction of the time in the region, where a small log cabin with a hole cut out of one of the logs for a year-round open window was a symbol of permanence. The thickness of the walls meant that the house was better insulated than most buildings of the time. If you look closely, you will find bricks with areas of gray glazing, which was caused when a brick was too close to a hot spot in the wood-fired kilns.

The house is Federal-style architecture, which means that there is an entryway and staircase with symmetrical wings on either side. Although the house looks large from the outside, the original structure consists of four rooms: the dining room and parlor on either side of the entryway on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the second floor. There was no running water in the home until 1954. Water was originally available from the hand-dug well beside the house and a cistern that collected rainwater. There were various outer buildings on site, including a kitchen, slave quarters, blacksmith shop, smokehouse, barns and later homes for family members and rental homes for men working in the nearby quarry. The old outhouse still stands out back near the slave cabin. The original slave quarters were brick, like the house, but were demolished sometime in the past. The slave quarters on site were moved from the Miller, Missouri area when Victorian Carthage opened Kendrick House to the public. There have been reports of an African American man wearing a white shirt standing and looking out one of the windows in the slave quarters, staring off into the distance. The sound of harmonica music has been recorded in the slave quarters as well.

Death was a frequent visitor to the Kendrick-Janney family. Three of William and Elizabeth’s sons died while the Civil War raged around the family: Richard, Alex and Austin, all in their early twenties. William passed away in 1868, followed by Elizabeth in 1878. Joshua’s wife, Elvira, followed in death in 1884. Joshua and Elvira’s daughter, Fannie, with her husband, Carl Janney, raised their family in the mansion. Tragedy struck again in 1899, when Fannie and Carl’s four-year-old daughter, Pauline, died in the house of an unspecified spinal disease. Joshua died in 1901, and Fannie inherited the house and farm.
The last person to die in Kendrick House was Carol Sue Janney, Fannie and Carl’s granddaughter, who lived in another house on the family land at the time. Carol became ill on or about April 23, 1936, a few months short of her third birthday. To protect her four-year-old sister, Jackie, from contracting the illness, Carol was brought to the mansion. A doctor was summoned, and it was discovered she had contracted polio, for which there was no vaccination or cure at the time. Approximately thirty-six hours after becoming ill, little Carol died in the big house.

It is here that Paranormal Science Lab (PSL) conducts Haunted History Tours and paranormal investigations, raising funds for preservation efforts at Kendrick House. Historic homes such as Kendrick House face very difficult obstacles to maintain the property and keep the doors open to the public. Victorian Carthage and Paranormal Science Lab have worked together to raise awareness of the history of the house, as well as offering people an opportunity to experience a real-life paranormal investigation. People have traveled from across the United States, as far away as California and Georgia, to attend Haunted History Tours and paranormal investigations. Tours focus on the history of the house and Civil War history of the area. Guests review evidence of paranormal activity documented at Kendrick House by PSL and then participate in a live investigation. Proceeds are donated to Victorian Carthage for preservation efforts. PSL members also donate labor to Victorian Carthage to make repairs and maintenance. The Missouri Humanities Council, which, among other things, promotes public awareness of history and works with museums and historic sites to provide educational experiences for the public, has used the Haunted History Tours offered at Kendrick House as an example of combining the interest in history and the paranormal for fundraising at historic sites.

There is a modern addition on the back of the house used as part of the museum. The original frame structure kitchen, which was behind the west end of the house, is long gone. The purpose of locating the kitchen outside the main structure was for safety. Cooking was done on open hearths and ovens with wood fires. Kitchen fires, including catching floor-length skirts on fire, were one of the most common causes of injury and death to women of the mid-nineteenth century. The kitchen also contains a large long room with various artifacts found on site from the 1800s. The room is dominated by a long, narrow dining table that is original to the house and, according to family lore, was used as the field hospital operating table during the Battle of Carthage. This was merely lore until Paranormal Science Lab employed techniques used in crime scene investigations to supply corroboration of the story. As demonstrated on crime investigation television shows, law enforcement uses UV (ultraviolet) light to search for bloodstains. Paranormal Science Lab approached the table as a crime scene. Blood appears violet or purple under UV light. It is extremely difficult to eliminate all traces of blood, even after long periods of time. Turn out the lights and turn on UV flashlights, and the ordinary, antique table takes on a vastly different appearance. At one end there are violet spots in splatter patterns, and as the UV passes down the length of the table, lines of violet illuminate the grain of the wood planks forming the tabletop and violet drips down the side edges and legs. Although a bit macabre, it makes perfect sense. A military field hospital of the 1860s could be anywhere from a tent to a barn to a house commandeered, as was Kendrick House. A long table worked well, and one end would be propped up so that fluids would run off into buckets or bowls at the other end. The UV test supports the family lore handed down through more than 150 years that this table saw a lot of blood and thus very likely is the operating table used by army doctors during and after the Battle of Carthage.

A large number of EVPs (electronic voice phenomena) have been recorded in the room where the table now sits, which is in an addition that did not exist in 1861. It is believed that the table does sit in the general location of where the operations were performed, as the room sits directly behind the original back door to the house. It was a very hot day on July 5, 1861, and no evidence of bloodstains have been found inside the house, so it is likely that the table was carried out the back door and set up as an operating table. EVPs are voices captured on audio that were not audible to those present at the time of recording. Many are at frequencies outside the range of the human voice. EVPS have been captured in the room containing the operating table that seem to be related to the Civil War period, including one that says “General —E Lee” and another that names Peter Hahn, a German name. The Union troops headquartered at Kendrick and working and bleeding in the field hospital were mostly German Americans.”

They have several reports of interaction with a spirit that is referred to as “Carrot” which is more than likely the nickname for one of the children that passed on the property. Shadow figures are also seen upstairs and until recently there was a voodoo protection on the home that the slaves placed upon the home to protect the women and children in the home during the war.

This house is full of incredible history and paranormal activity is off the chain!! i would recommend this place to anyone!!

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Sheri Collins

Sheri Collins

Assistant Executive Director Department Chair Investigation & Research Education Resource Photography & NPS Photography Team at NPS of Texas
Sheri has always had an interest in the paranormal – from watching different paranormal shows over the years to having déjà-vu experiences throughout all her life that she has tried to put an explanation to. When her dad passed away in March 2010she began her journey into the paranormal. She has had several encounters over the years since starting in the field & takes more of an “old school” approach to her research in the paranormal. She is a supporter of today’s modern technology being used on investigations & encourages the use of various tools on investigations. She is always looking for a new ‘old school’ method to try on investigations & employs the use of trigger objects in an effort to get a response. She became fascinated with the pendulum after using a set of original jailer’s keys as a trigger object on an investigation at a local historic jail & they began to sway in response to questions.She is a huge proponent of education in the paranormal field choosing to debunk things immediately by trying to recreate situations & experiment to find logical answers to things that have happened or been captured in photographs or on video in an effort to prove or disprove paranormal activity. She & her team focus on private residential cases as well as educating the public on paranormal investigation & research. You will often find them assisting & consulting with other teams on theircases. Sheri is a certified paralegal and Notary Public for the State of Texas. Her professional background includes working in the legal field, sports marketing, event coordination & business management. She serves as Assistant Executive Director of NPS and the Department Chair overseeing Photography and the NPS Photography Team. Sheri leads the Investigation & Research Education Resources for NPS which provides information, links, & articles surrounding education in the paranormal field. She also writes articles periodically for the NPS’ website that are tied to photography & education. She is one of the founders of NPS of Texas, a paranormal research & investigative team based out of Dallas, Texas.
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ELITE Paranormal of Kansas City

ELITE Paranormal of KC Contact Name
Location Kansas City, Missouri
Phone (913) 735-4833
Email
Website spectre.eliteparanormalkc.com/
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Founded in early 2008 from members of Kansas City Paranormal Research. ELITE Paranormal of Kansas City’s members have been going strong every since. The team has investigated a multitude of private homes and
historical locales. They have also been featured on My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera on the Biography channel.

MPRINT (Missouri Paranormal Research and Investigation Team)

mprint-badge Contact Name Kathleen Neason
Location Missouri
Phone (573) 696-0070
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Evidence based paranormal research

Small Town Haunts Missouri

Candy

Candy

Executive Director at National Paranormal Society
I have had numerous experiences in my life that have tied me to thisplane of existence and others. I came to the paranormal field,compelled by curiosity and the need for knowledge. On a very personal level, I understand my connection to this earth. However, I look toscience for clarification, standards of methodology. The mysteries that surround us provide a plethora of opportunities I believe that my professional background and my spiritual experiencescomplement each other, allowing me to bring my strength andperspective to the NPS.
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Shane & Jennifer Herrin

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smalltownhaunt@gmail.com

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Small Town Haunts

Website
http://www.smalltownhaunts.com

Phone
5732390680

Location
Missouri

Specialties
Small Town Haunts exists to provide the research, investigation, and  knowledge to finally put those nagging feelings to rest.  We investigate and document paranormal incidents of all types in small  towns all over Missouri as well as providing in-depth research into  the history of the inhabitants and area of the location.

Candy

Candy

Executive Director at National Paranormal Society
I have had numerous experiences in my life that have tied me to thisplane of existence and others. I came to the paranormal field,compelled by curiosity and the need for knowledge. On a very personal level, I understand my connection to this earth. However, I look toscience for clarification, standards of methodology. The mysteries that surround us provide a plethora of opportunities I believe that my professional background and my spiritual experiencescomplement each other, allowing me to bring my strength andperspective to the NPS.
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Bridgeton Afterlife Paranormal Society

Bridgeton Afterlife Paranormal Society Contact Name Jane Krause
Location Bridgeton, MO
Phone (314) 308-7594
Email email
Website www.bridgetonafterlifeparanormalsociety.com
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Paranormal Research & Investigations

Kansas City Paranormal Playground

Kansas City Paranormal Playground Contact Name James Myers
Location Kansas City, Mo.
Phone (816) 878-5409
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Website www.kansascityparanormalplayground.com
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Paranormal Investigation for home, business or property. We are a non-profit organization.

One True Paranormal, LLC

1 True Paranormal Contact Name Ken Weigand
Location Southern MO, Northern Arkansas, Eastern Oklahoma
Phone (417) 894 – 7187
Email email
Website www.onetrueparanormal.com
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Paranormal Investigators, Ghost Hunters, Professional, Mix of  Spiritual and Scientific Method, Debunking, Evidence Collecting, Public Assistance with Hauntings, Veteran Investigators

Moonlite Paranormal Investigations

Moonlite Paranormal Investigations Contact Name Mark Foster
Location Washington, Missouri
Phone (636) 432-1436
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Paranormal investigations, house cleansing/ blessings, UFOlogy, etc. Anything that goes bump in the night or day, we can provide answers and help people with our free services.

TnT Paranormal Investigators LLC

TnT Paranormal Investigators LLC Contact Name Melissa Tanner
Location Orlando, FL
FL, IL, MO, and WI
Phone 630-776-3610
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Website www.tntparanormal.com
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TnT Paranormal Investigators LLC, also known as TnT Paranormal, is a paranormal research and investigation team headquartered in Central Florida with chapters in the Chicagoland, Milwaukee, and St. Louis areas. TnT Paranormal Investigators LLC use approaches/methods, techniques, processes, and technologies to investigate client locations (residential or commercial) to evaluate their reports of paranormal activity. We use these tools and processes to determine if these experiences are natural/environmental, man-made, or paranormal.
We will investigate with an open mind, but will not jump to conclusions. We will try to find man-made or natural causes while investigation claims. We do NOT use Ouija boards, witch boards, occult type of practices, or conduct séances.
We are dedicated to providing research, investigations, and documentation of paranormal activity as it relates to ghosts, spirits, and hauntings. We hope that the documentation of data will aid in our efforts in educating the public about, as well as encourage, understanding and awareness of paranormal activity.

Paranormal Research an Investigations of Missouri (PRIMO)

Paranormal Research an Investigations of Missouri (PRIMO) Contact Name Jen Kempen
Location High Ridge/Fenton/House Springs, Missouri
Phone (636) 349-4857
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Website www.primoparanormal.com
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Our group started out at the Jefferson County Library – Northwest Branch in High Ridge Missouri as the Northwest Paranormal Society of Jefferson County Missouri. It was founded by a father and daughter by the names of Vic and Lisa. They wanted to create a group that not only did investigations, but that was also open to the public so that anyone could come in and learn. The group grew and thrived for over 3 years until, in 2012, Jen Kempen took over for Vic and Lisa. The group was renamed, Paranormal Research and Investigations of Missouri (or PRIMO), and we adopted Geist as our mascot (a design by Jen). The meetings continue to take place at the library and we do a presentation each month for the public. PRIMO also continues to serve and help people with our free investigations.

 

PRIMO’s mission is to provide a public forum for anyone to come in, voice opinions, ask questions and get help. In our investigations we use a mixture of science and spiritual techniques to collect evidence of paranormal activity. Our group is a mixture of people, from complete skeptics and a physics major to sensitives and a hypnotist. This way, we are able to bounce ideas off of each other and give input on our different views on the paranormal.

Kansas City Paranormal Missouri

Kansas City Paranormal Contact Name Stephanie Turbiville
Location Kansas City, MO
Phone (816) 229-0044
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Website www.kansascityparanormal.com/
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Kansas City Paranormal is a nonprofit organization specializing in the paranormal field. We understand that calling paranormal investigators to your home or place of business can be a difficult decision.Above all else…​ WE RESPECT YOUR PRIVACY!

Kansas City Paranormal and all of its affiliates stay true to their promise of never releasing any video,audio, or photo evidence captured unless first authorized by our clients​. We use top of the line and in some cases experimental equipment to help prove or disprove supernatural occurrences. However, we as a team feel the most attuned ghost hunting tool is the human mind itself. Helping people that contact us with honest problems comes before anything else. Please contact us with any questions you may have.

Heartland Paranormal Research Organization Missouri

hpro Contact Name  Shanda Postlewait
Location Springfield, MO
Phone
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Website www.heartlandparanormalresearchorganization.org
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Sense Paranormal

Sense Paranormal Contact Name Jenn Smith
Location Kansas City, Missouri
Phone (913) 748-1467
Email email
Website www.senseparanormal.com
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Kansas City Paranormal Investigations Missouri

Digital Camera Contact Name Dayna
Location Kansas City, Missouri
Phone (816) 835-1429
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Website www.kansascityparanormalinvestigations.com
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KCPI is a private group based in the Kansas City area, investigating and researching paranormal activity.

Through collecting data, combined with diligent research and sound reasoning, we seek to interpret the world of the unexplained.

Dreamcatcher Paranormal Investigation

Dreamcatcher Paranormal Investigation Contact Name Donnie Dixon
Location DeSoto, Mo.
Phone
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Website dreamcatcherparanormal.yolasite.com/
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Residential Paranormal Investigations.

Springfield Paranormal Research Society

417prs Contact Name
Location Springfield, Mo
Phone  (417)987-1967
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Il-Mo Entity Trackers

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Location Illinois, Iowa and Missouri
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Website il-moentitytrackers.com
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Midland Empire Paranormal Research

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Location Saint Joseph, Missouri
Phone (816) 261-5162
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GoDark! MPR

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Location Southern Missouri
Phone (273) 944-3536
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Website www.godark.org
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River Valley Paranormal Investigations

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Location Missouri and Illinois
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Website rivervalleyparanormal.net
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Southwest Ghost Finders

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Location Springfield, Missouri
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Website southwestghostfinders.com/
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