SAVE THE DATE AND SHARE: Saturday, June 10, from 1 PM - 3 PM Mountain
Please arrive 10 minutes early. We must leave the meeting room no later than 3:30 PM. There will be a love donation basket for the SPEAKER at the meeting. You may also make a donation directly to and for the Forum here. http://nmupf.com/donate/
Lead Investigator Sara Sather and her husband Ed Sather Tech Supervisor and their team at The Duke City Paranormal Research Society will be giving a presentation at the Forum in Albuquerque New Mexico on Saturday, June 10, from 1 PM - 3 PM MT.
The primary goal of the Duke City Paranormal Research Society is to help those who live with unexplained occurrences hauntings and paranormal activity come to an understanding of the events happening around them.
Using current technology and equipment it is their hope to investigate public and private locations in search of proof of the many different types of occurrences that may exist.
The Duke City Paranormal Research Society is a serious group of professionally minded adults and paranormal investigators who believe skepticism is healthy and that all reasonable explanations should be ruled out prior to declaring an experience to be paranormal in nature.
About Sara Sather
"As a child, I always wondered what those noises I heard in the middle of the night were. It was always explained to me as "just bumps in the night and not to be afraid". Being a person of Hispanic descent, I was aware of all the legends that were told but I had never put credence to them. It was when I was in Junior High that I experienced one of those stories of legend. My family and neighbors witnessed a La Lechuza screeching outside of our home. Local news media appeared and began to take photos. However, it was later reported that when the photos were analyzed nothing appeared in them.
When researching a location for paranormal investigation I investigate a variety of details including the actual history behind the site, the people associated with that history, and what event(s) may have occurred at the site."
About Ed Sather
"The best I can recollect I was around 30 years old when I became curious about the paranormal but at the time didn't really pursue it. It wasn't until 6 or 7 years ago that I had a couple of experiences that pushed me over the edge as a believer in paranormal phenomena.
Sara, my wife, Assistant Lead Investigator, and researcher for DCPRS, and I were house-sitting at my stepdaughter's house in Seabrook TX. The house had been damaged and flooded during Hurricane Ike and we were there to help get it back in shape. I had heard about the stories of paranormal activity related to this house, but I was still a bit of a "whatever!" kind of guy.
One evening for no reason the house alarm armed itself 4 times... (mind you the alarm service had already been canceled). At first, it went off 3 times about 15 minutes apart and after the 3rd time I called out "Knock it off"! I turned away, took only 3 steps and it armed again! We could not figure out why it had done this, but it didn't happen again during the duration of our stay in the house.
About a month later Sara had gone to bed while I stayed up to watch some TV. Finally ready to go to bed myself, I turned off the TV and, as I walked down the hallway to the bedroom, I start getting this uneasy feeling. By the time I reached the bedroom, I felt chilled and felt like something was watching me. I didn't see anything, however, as I turned around the chill became even worse and I felt every hair on my body stand on end.
These experiences gave me a new perspective on the paranormal and all the stories I had heard. My curiosity had peaked. Now seeking to better understand I look to investigating as a means not only to educate myself but also those who are "whatevers!"."
The DCPRS Team