Investigator myths dispelled:
- They’re not all crazy conspiracy theorists.
- They’re not all professors wearing jackets with patches on the sleeves.
- They’re not all wide-eyed college kids bound to get lost in the woods.
- Just because one believes in ghosts, it doesn’t mean they believe in “aliens.”
- They actually spend vast amount of time observing nothing until they find something. The “something” may just be a dot or blob, but still evidence.
- Not all people are stupid enough to go down in the dark basement to check the electrical box.
- No professional investigator likes a hoax. Hoaxing is not allowed!
- Not every spiritually-oriented investigator collects crystals.
- Sometimes freaky footage does end up on the nightly news, and still gets ignored by and large.
- Priests are not immune to everything just by holding up a cross.
- Other religions have people capable of performing an exorcism.
- Not every professor can read Ancient Babylonian or Egyptian Hieroglyphs.
- Not every spiritual person is educated in every religion.
- Sometimes parents actually believe their children.
- Getting laid in a horror movie situation doesn’t always lead to death.
- Remote viewing is not always 100% accurate, but many times it’s close.
- The government is not interested in every paranormal event.
- There really are psychics. Some are quite powerful.
- The Men in Black are real.
- The Men in Black are not the kooky guys from the movies.
- The Men in Black do not visit every experiencer or UFO witness.
- There really is an Illuminati. They do not approach people on social media.
- Astral travelers and remote viewers see a lot of things or beings not of this Earth.
Dispelling myths about modern paranormal investigations.
Phenomenon myths dispelled:
- Not every properly conducted Ouija board session ends in tragedy.
- Not every alleged haunted house is packed full of scary stuff.
- Sometimes investigators have nights where nothing happens.
- Not every EVP session ends in mysterious voices. Many don’t.
- Not everything is a demon.
- Not every ghost is evil.
- Yes, there really are vampires, werewolves, and giant spiders.
- Not everything is covered in an ancient tome or scroll.
- If a book is bound in human flesh and inked in blood, leave it alone.
- Not every cult follows an Elder god or wants human sacrifices.
- Gunfire does not solve everything, or anything sometimes.
- Not every artifact is cursed.
- Sometimes are dolls are just toys.
- Not all magic is evil.
- Not all religion is good.
- Not everything is evil or out to get you.
- The ethereal plane (spirit world) is a wonderfully weird place.
- Some beings are truly evil. We don’t know why.
- There is always a way to banish or destroy a phenomenon.
- Killing something is not always the answer.
- Legitimate footage of phenomenon appearing on the internet will be taken down or debunked as a hoax almost immediately regardless of evidence.
- The Dark Web is real. Most people would be advised to steer clear of it.
- The aliens are not here to conquer the planet.
- The term “alien” is no longer preferred. We use ET or being now.
- ETs do not always abduct people. Sometimes it’s just a sighting.
- Vampires and werewolves are nothing like the ones in the movies.
- Stay away from the Reptilians. We don’t mention the Reptilians.
- There are Reptilian Hybrids. We don’t talk about them, either.
These lists is (mostly) fictional (I guess.) Some of us are conspiracy theorists. More investigations to come with the Des Moines Remote Viewing Society for Monster of the Week RPG.
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