Welcome to the Official BLOG of N.A.P.S. The purpose of this blog is primarily education & awareness. The name of this blog is NOT a glorification of Satan, whom we know to be a personal, evil being - a fallen angel as described in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (see CCC: 390-395; and 2850-2854). Rather, it is recognition that this world is the domain of the Evil One (2 Cor. 4:4) and that the Kingdom of Light is engaged in active battle against his kingdom of darkness (Eph. 6:12).
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
NAPS: Strong A.G.S. Representation
NAPS is proud to announce that five of its paranormal investigators are current members of the American Ghost Society (AGS). They are: Mike Chapman, Kim Frith, Michael Hynson, Benjie Sanders and Cheryl Freeman. NAPS is an Affiliate Member Team with the AGS. Additionally, there are others of our members who will probably be joining soon. We are strong supporters of this national organization led by Troy Taylor, and Team Leader Mike Chapman is an area representative for the AGS in the State of Mississippi and central Louisiana. Mike is in contact with Troy on a regular basis, and reports NAPS's cases and activity such as PR Events, education, and cemetery preservation efforts to the home office in Chicago, Illinois. A little about the AGS is presented below, from their website.
The American Ghost Society is a national network of ghost hunters and psychical researchers who conduct investigations into the paranormal in a non-metaphysical manner. One of our main goals is to seek out allegedly haunted locations and to assist those who are experiencing problems with the paranormal. The group members then look for authentic evidence of the paranormal and try to determine if the location is haunted. We are seeking genuine evidence and are careful about the presentation of this evidence... insuring that it is legitimate, researched and analyzed before being presented to the general public. By combining history with ghost research, we offer a unique approach to psychical research that few (if any) groups can offer.