Aug 19, 2015

Welcoming a New Member to the Team!

Brian's grid mark recurrence had impeccable timing. We've been needing help dealing with the workload of this investigation. As of this moment, we have more than 80 ongoing cases. That's a lot of relationships to build and manage. We received 6 new cases this last week, and they keep coming. It tells us the voracity of this phenomenon that we would be so overwhelmed with incoming emails, but it has made our process slow. We've had to prioritize and change our approach, update our system, and ask for patience.

Our two man team is now bumping up a notch to three. Brian has experience managing a similar caseload when he was a Ghost Hunter. "I was part of South Jersey Ghost Research from about 2002 to 2007 or 08. [I] probably did close to 70 or 80 investigations during that time."

"People wanted reassurance" he said to me as I introduced him to our drive. He understands the value of being replied to as soon as you send in your personal story and photos, having lost his only copy of one of his early marks when he sent it to a researcher for consideration and never heard back. We don't want our reply time to be so delayed. We want people to feel heard.

I've been on the lookout for someone with the interest, time, willingness, and experience -if possible- with our particular set-up. His marks had been absent for 19 years until this July 2015. He has investigative journalism training, has already proven his determination to help our cause, has personal experience tracking the marks, and seems excited to be part of something that, as he says, is "Right up my alley."

Brian will be helping us with new cases so that I can focus on cross-comparison data analyses, and Jordon and I both can get our heads above the water with our own caseloads.

Let's welcome Brian and the unique experience he brings to the team! We're excited to be working with him.

To read Brian's RGMP case report (#16), see Part 1: History with the RGMP, or Part 2: 2015 Recurrence.


  1. So to have dreams about snakes can actually represent fears or concerns that you may have in some part of your waking life. Life and People

    1. I recognize the set of theories that refers to dream archetypes as representative of ideas and challenges in your subconscious, and their reference to waking life. I explore an addition to that theory that your experiences and thoughts and curiosities tune your consciousness like an antennae to information of an extradimensional nature, including energetic beings that interact with us via consciousness (dreams), a natural method for many species. This 3D and 4D experience feeds and receives with the higher dimensional experience of unhindered (nonlocalized) consciousness.

      As a side note, it has never helped someone who has experienced an all too realistic series of nightmares, OBEs, or altered state encounter by simply suggesting what they experienced was a product of their inner state, with no influence or download from things outside their own psychology. People see and know things they can't explain, and the universalness of their combined experiences points psychologists to wonder if something more is going on. There's a pattern of encounters and experiences that seem to extend beyond dreams only being representative of one's own inner status.

      Perhaps you merely wished to see if I was aware of that interpretation, and if so, Thank you! Indeed, much of the work I do both with myself and with others includes consideration of our driving fears and related living situations. It has to in order to consider how this person was opened up to receiving the content they saw. Dreams are so difficult to force. Some change in thought or environment or experience opened up the dreamer to new content, or continuation of dream series', or reworking of old recurring nightmares. I use the common dream interpretation theories with one major addition: I grant the characters life.