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Health and Safety
  1. The state of being free from illness or injury.


  1. The condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk, or injury.








ADHD & Hyperfocus

Chronobiology: Circadian Rhythm Disorder

Client Safety


Dangers Unseen

Delusional Disorder

Dissociative Indentity Disorder (Multiple Personality Disorder)

Exploding head syndrome

Exposure to electromagnetic fields

First Aid Kit



Health and Safety as a whole

Lead Poisoning

Let’s Get Started

Night Terrors

Pareidolia Art


Psychological Effects of Narcotics

Psychotic Disorders (Generalized)


Sleep Paralysis: Is It Paranormal?

Sleep Related Disorders

Something is in the air … Airborne allergens!

Spiritual Centering

Spiritual Cleansing

Spiritual Safety

Spiritual Shielding

The 5 stages of grief

The Philip Experiment

Training & Equipment

What are you breathing?

What is Histoplasmosis?

What is radon?

What’s In Your Kit?

Prescription Medications and the Paranormal

Tick Borne Illnesses

When the bad feelings linger: Post Traumatic Embitterment Syndrome (PTED)

Migraines – more than a headache

Is that thing that goes “bump in the night” Caffeine?

Mirror-touch Synthesia



Phantosmia (Temporal Lobe Seizure)










NPS - Books
An Investigator’s Guide to Paranormal Safety by Elaine Davison
First Aid: Fundamentals for Survival by James Hubbard (Dec 31, 2013)
The Ghost Hunters Survival Guide: Protection Techniques for Encounters with the Paranormal
by Michelle Belanger
The Survival Medicine Handbook: A Guide for
When Help is Not on the Way by Joseph Alton and Amy Alton (Jun 13, 2013)
Medicine for the Outdoors: The Essential
Guide to First Aid and Medical Emergency, 5th Edition by Paul S. Auerbach (Jul 3, 2009)
First Aid, Survival, and CPR: Home and
Field Pocket Guide by Shirley A. Jones (Oct 5, 2011)
American Medical Association Handbook of
First Aid and Emergency Care by American Medical Association (May 5, 2009)
The American Red Cross First Aid and Safety Handbook
by American Red Cross, Kathleen A. Handal, Kathleen A. Handal
An Investigator’s Guide to Paranormal Safety by Elaine Davison







Lisa Shaner-Hilty


I am a supervisor for several programs assisting individuals with intellectual and mental challenges. I have 2 Masters Degrees from Penn State in Communication Disorders and Psychology. My first experiences with the paranormal were around age 5. I’ve been fascinated ever since. I have been an investigator for over 10 years (first 5 years with a team, then leaving to form my own more than 5 years ago, and have taught classes on investigation, evidence analysis (especially EVP) and debunking at local community college. I also have abilities, some of which began at age 5 and others around puberty. Therefore my fields of major interest are investigation and psychic and empath. While I am open to considering all aspect and viewpoints, I am dedicated to seeking natural explanations first before anything is considered evidence.