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Premier Paranormal Researchers Empirical Paranormal

The Southern Tier of New York is a region rich in history, culture, and legends, including stories of paranormal activity. Empirical Paranormal, a paranormal investigation team founded in April 2004, is dedicated to exploring and uncovering the mysteries of the supernatural. The team is comprised of five members, each with their unique skills and experiences.

Psychic Medium and Empath Gina Caprari is the director and lead investigator of the team, bringing her expertise in leadership and organizational skills to the group. Joe Kresse serves as co-director and lead investigator, with a strong background in investigative research and analysis. Psychic Medium and Empath Dominic Caprari, the tech director, combines his technical knowledge with his psychic abilities to provide the team with the latest technology and investigative techniques. Team Historian Scott F. Jones, with his intuitive and empathetic abilities, serves as a lead investigator. Finally, Jenna Mierisch is a lead investigator with a keen eye for detail and an ability to find patterns in data.

Empirical Paranormal has conducted numerous investigations throughout the years, with varying and interesting results. These investigations have included EVP's, phantom odors, doors closing, and even a full-bodied apparition of a shadow person. Their investigations have been focused on searching for proof of spirit intervention, and using the latest technology, with outstanding results.

One of their favorite investigations took place at Connecticut Hill, NY. The team experienced stones being thrown through the woods, and a farmer's goats going missing prior with a blood-curdling scream in the distance not long after. The team also saw the sudden appearance and disappearance of two entities walking down the path as they explored the remains of a small hut in the woods. Another memorable investigation was at the Phelps Mansion Museum in Binghamton, NY. During a public investigation, the team experienced two doors slamming at the same time while a guest saw an apparition of a male with a top hat in a suit. Several times while investigating the master bedroom, the team experienced nausea, lightheadedness, and cold sweat, along with hearing voices of entities carrying on a conversation.

Empirical Paranormal approaches paranormal investigations very scientifically, gathering baselines of every building they investigate, using their senses along with their tools to validate their experiences, and using teamwork and reason to explore, explain, and investigate the paranormal. They also have a strong focus on community involvement, having investigated organizations, buildings, and businesses that wanted to get the public involved and raise awareness and money to keep museums open, reclaim lost buildings, and preserve local history. The team is always involved in public events and hopes to increase awareness of the paranormal field as they grow.

The team's equipment includes thermal imaging cameras, EMF meters, digital and analog recorders, a geophone, a spirit box, and a laser grid system. Empirical Paranormal also performs clearings, also known as cleansings of spirits, using intuition, empathetic, and other psychic abilities, as well as tools to exercise negative energies. In addition to their psychic abilities and tech equipment, the team incorporates the use of metaphysical tools such as dowsing rods and pendulums and trigger items and attractants like toys and alcohol.

Empirical Paranormal is a dedicated and passionate team of paranormal investigators, focused on uncovering the mysteries of the supernatural in the Southern Tier of New York. Their scientific approach, combined with their strong community involvement and passion for the paranormal, sets them apart from other paranormal investigation teams. The team's website and social media channels are listed below, and they are always eager to hear from those interested in learning more about the paranormal.

As famous author, Stephen King once said, "The thing under my bed waiting to grab my ankle isn't real. I know that, and I also know that if I'm careful to keep my foot under the covers, it will never be able to grab my ankle." While some may doubt the existence of the paranormal, Empirical Paranormal knows better and continues to seek out evidence to prove it. Contact them today to learn more about their investigative methods and see the results of their numerous investigations via their website or Facebook @EmpiricalParanormal1. You can also subscribe to their YouTube channel at

In addition to their scientific approach, Empirical Paranormal also places a strong emphasis on community involvement. The team has investigated a wide range of organizations, buildings, and businesses that wanted to get the public involved, raise awareness, and even raise money to keep museums open and preserve local history. The team has also been involved in public events, bringing awareness to the paranormal field and educating the public on their research and findings.

The team continues to grow, they hope to increase their awareness of the paranormal field, invest in and improve upon more research techniques, and become even more involved in and grow with the community as a whole. They believe that paranormal research is important and valuable not only for the sake of understanding the unknown, but also for the sake of preserving history and providing closure for those affected by unexplained occurrences.

Empirical Paranormal is a dedicated and skilled team of investigators who approach paranormal research with scientific rigor and community involvement. Their notable investigations and experiences in the field serve as a testament to their expertise and commitment to their mission. Whether you're a skeptic or a believer, their work is sure to intrigue and provoke thought. Contact them today to learn more and perhaps even join them on their next investigation. Ed Warren, a well-known paranormal investigator and enthusiast, once stated, "Our fears are rooted in the unknown, especially things that go bump in the night."

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