Paranormal research is theoretical. Technological advances have improved our ability to record phenomena that may indicate afterlife. Even so, we work with our own perspectives and colleagues’ understanding. Our research and courses are centered on what is generally agreed upon by the entire paranormal community.
No one can conclude by scientific theory alone. Currently, it is impossible to predict the behavior of a subject whose behavior cannot be consistently observed.
There are confirmed instances where potential hauntings injured individuals. Terrell Ghosts serve in good faith to obtain knowledge which can help define potential phenomena based on personal experience, generally agreed upon concepts, fundamental physics or other sciences.
Although unlikely, hazards may unexpectedly occur. Due to the unpredictability of a paranormal research, we cannot take responsibility for injuries.
We suggest that anyone living with suspected paranormal activity use their best judgment to protect themselves.
We are getting closer and gathering more information but no one has the answers yet.