Nebraska Paranormal Society
NPS is an organization that does
scientific research of the existence of the paranormal. We use a
multitude of different approaches to obtain evidence. Our intent is to
be professional at all times when discussing or participating in NPS
activity. Diversity in this field is an added bonus. Thus, opinions
will vary, so we will be open, polite, and respect others opinions and
What We Do
NPS is a group of investigators
focused on eliminating the fear of paranormal and unexplained
phenomena. We use various devices and equipment to learn more about
what may lie on the other side.
We limit our research to ghosts,
spirits, and hauntings of private residences and public establishments.
We conduct investigations free of charge, however our organization is
NPS has a policy of open communication and cooperation with other
paranormal investigators. We learn so much by sharing information and
ideas with each other. Our client information, of course, will be kept
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red dots in the map below to see where we have been
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for a text index
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Upcoming meeting topics:
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
The NPS team has been holding open public meetings for education and outreach since March, 2009. NPS open meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month, from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM. A $2.00 per person donation is requested to cover meeting expenses. Come and join us! Anyone is welcome to contribute to the discussions, or just listen in.
Our public meetings are now being held at the HiWay Diner, 2105 Nebraska Hwy 2, West Lincoln, Nebraska - no purchase is required, but feel free to come a little early and have a bite to eat! Hope to see you there!
Please join us in our
online Discussion Forums to talk about current and past meeting
topics, and everything else related to ghost hunting! The Forums are a
BBS-style public discussion area with a welcoming and friendly
atmosphere, and non-registered guests may view most of the Forum areas
and post in the Stories board. Registration is FREE and easy, and any
collected will be kept strictly confidential! The Forums also feature
the NPS Chat Room;
view the chat, but registration as a Forum user is required to
participate in Chats.
Why is this here?
been theorized by some paranormal researchers that solar activity
influences paranormal events. Certainly, strong solar "storms" can
affect the way our instruments operate and record data. The above chart
provides several parameters related to solar activity and it's effect
on Earth's environment in near real time, and a graph of activity over
the last 30 days. Factors provided include background X-Ray, Proton
Flux, and K index (including the nT measurement), Solar Flux Index
(SFI), Sunspots (SN), Electron Flux, Solar Wind and Bz, and Aurora
(includes Normalization factor (n) less than 2.0 = high confidence,
greater than 2.0 = low confidence). The idea is for investigators to
check solar activity numbers immediately before or after an
investigation, or after reports of paranormal activity, and keep
track of it along with your other investigation data (you can save the
current chart as an image on your hard drive with a unique file name at
time). The effects of solar activity, if any, should become evident by
correlating the information with reports of activity over a period of
time. More information on what some of these numbers mean, mostly as
they apply to radio, can be found HERE. Comments and suggestions are welcomed.
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