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September 1, 2018

First Encounter with Spirit

I thought it would be most appropriate to launch my new Haunted National Parks blog series with my first encounter with spirit, which also coincided with my first job in a unit of the National Park System (NPS). This haunt took place toward the end of December 1977. I was just 20 years old, working in my first "real" job (as a work study student) and was offered temporary housing in the Fort Hancock Officer’s Club...

June 15, 2017

These last few months I've noticed a trend - or should I say that I've noticed it before, but it didn't really "click" with me until now. That trend is the number of times I hear a client tell me that they had another paranormal group come and investigate their problem, but that 1) they literally ran out of the house, never to be heard from again, or 2) they did the investigation, but provided nothing for the client to act on. 

Is that...

April 18, 2016

Do you use spiritual protection on your paranormal investigations? Join Dr. Carol Pollio, Lead Investigator as she shares some practical advice on protecting yourself from spiritual attachment during investigations.

 

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January 16, 2016

I will be posting to this blog to share information, insights, and recommendations regarding ongoing investigations, intuitive insights, or information of interest in the field of applied intuition. I hope to engage you in a conversation in the near future!

 

Welcome!

 

Dr. Carol A. Pollio

Lead Investigator

June 7, 2015

As an Intuitive Investigator, it is essential to practice and hone one's skills. One way I do that is to focus energy on a cold case or incident in the news and open my mind to new information about that case or incident. 

 

In September of 2014, a case really caught my attention - I was drawn immediately to it. Missing children cases are always difficult, but this one was unusual because the mother, Catherine Hoggle, at first agreed to tell...

April 11, 2015

If you’re like most people, when Malaysia Flight 370 lost communication on March 7, 2014, you may have thought that in a few hours, the evidence would be found that it had crashed into the South China Sea. But not me. Instead, I began to focus on the flight and began to feel very differently about it than most. Finding a missing plane would seem to be very easy – after all, there are black boxes, communication towers, and satellites to help...

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