Friday, October 7, 2011
The Natchez Area Paranormal Society is Growing
Due to the collective efforts and hard work of these eleven individuals, we are growing! Your hard work is paying off! We are expanding both horizontally and vertically. The vertical growth is exciting to us as leaders because we are all learning new techniques, the equipment, and improving our skills. The horizontal growth is important for numbers of people involved, because it simply takes numbers to divide the work-load. The eleven active investigators we have is a great base for a Team to work from, and I'm proud of each of you. Yes, there is much more work to be done as far as mastering the equipment and improving our skills, but we are well on our way. I'm especially proud of our Team Leaders, such as Kim F, Kim D, Michael D, and Benjie S. I can't say enough about your very, very hard work, dedication, and contributions on all levels. Special thanks to Lauren S for her work on the S.O.R. Unit this year and especially this summer and for her research into Longwood; to Cheryl F for her research into The Myrtles Plantation and for her constant steadiness and consistency on the Team!
Also, more help may be on the way, as four individuals are currently in the process of applying for membership. These individuals could be a great asset to the Team with their combined particular areas of gifts and skill sets, including areas of spiritual knowledge (including occult knowledge), research and writing, general investigative knowledge, passion and enthusiasm, character and hard work ethic, as well as information technology, including software, video & photo editing, website and computer knowledge.
We expect and trust that each will be successful in their application attempts and settle in to the long process and training road to become a full-fledged paranormal investigator! To the four of you, thanks for applying and for the display of interest and enthusiasm for this field of work! Your energy and interest is a shot in the arm for those of us who've been doing this for awhile. As for the long road ahead of you, just think, a year from now when you welcome new applicants in, how much you will have learned and grown as an investigator and as a person! Good luck and God bless each of you as you set about this new endeavor.