ALLI Paranormal
Appointment Calendar

These are our upcoming investigations and available dates. Click an open date if you wish to request an investigation from us. We are free of charge!

November

11/04/17 - Request Investigation Date.
11/11/17 - Request Investigation Date.
11/18/17 - Historic Mansion Overnight.
11/25/17 - Request Investigation Date.

December

12/02/17 - Request Investigation Date.
12/09/17 - Request Investigation Date.
12/16/17 - Request Investigation Date.
12/30/17 - Request Investigation Date.

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What We Do

Below is listed every step we take from beginning to end. Starting with contacting us, all the way through to revealing evidence. It is a very long process, as you will see. We suggest you take the time to read everything if you are considering contacting us for service or if you are just curious about how we do things. It is all helpful information, and there is quite a bit of it, so get your eyes focused!

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Step 1: Contacting Us

Contact ALLI Paranormal by phone or email, allowing us to get basic information such as where you live, how long you have been there, what is happening and so on. It will take no longer than 24 hours for us to reply to emails, and no longer than 72 hours for return phone calls.

We understand some people may feel the need to get immediate attention, we try to respect that as much as possible.


Step 2: Meeting Us

Decide on an appropriate date and time for an in-person consultation with 2-4 members of ALLI. On this date we will arrive at your home or business and sit down to discuss in more detail what is happening at the location as we take notes. We may ask you for permission to record audio or video at this point. This is a great time for you to bring up any history you may know about the property, tell us about any deaths that may have happened around you recently, let us know if you are on any form of medications (do not take this personally, it is simply to better determine all possibilities). This step helps to earn more trust and get to know each other, we know it is hard for some people to feel comfortable letting strangers conduct "weird" things in their homes at night. We will also ask for a full tour of the home or business so we can get acquainted with the layout and atmosphere, see where the most activity happens (the hot spots), and establish where we will be placing equipment during the investigation. We'll then set up a date and time for a full investigation of the home or business. We will remind you of how long the investigation may last so that you can better schedule the day that the investigation will be set on.


Step 3: Checking In

As the investigation date gets closer we will contact you to be sure cancellation or rescheduling is not needed.


Step 4: The Investigation

Around 9:00pm (sometimes sooner, sometimes later), 4-8 members of ALLI will arrive at your home or business. (The number of investigators may vary due to personal schedules. No less than 4 members will be at any home investigation. No less than 6 members will be at any business investigation.) We will ask for another full tour of the inside, as well as the outside of the home or business. Touring the outside lets us examine where any lights may be seen from the inside, look for any trees that may cause shadowing, listen for noises that we may need to take note of during the investigation and so on. We'll then have you sign our basic Consent & Release forms.

"Before" pictures will be taken so that the original condition of the property is on record. While this is being done, we stress that only 2 people total are in the home or business so that there are no disturbances in the photos. Any candles lit at this point will be blown out, any windows open will be closed, any curtains drawn will be shut, any fans turned on will be shut off, any electronics on will also be turned off, etc. After the "before" pictures are taken and everything else above has been done, the Tech Team will then enter and begin placing all "indoor" equipment. Depending on location, they may ask to move a piece of furniture or anything breakable or hazardous to reduce/banish any risk of damage. While this is being done, the rest of the team will be preparing the remaining "outdoor" equipment. Tech setup will require the use of property electrical outlets. All equipment is then tested to be sure it is in working order. Tech setup typically takes approximately 1 hour to complete, depending on the size of the property.

We are now ready to begin the investigation. We stress that you not be in the home or business, especially if it is small in size, during the process of investigating. You will be asked to either sit outside with non-investigating members, or leave the property. We recommend you ask a relative or friend to stay with them for the night, as investigations can take up to 6 hours depending on the level of activity, if any.

After your location is established, all equipment is activated and all lights inside the home or business are turned off. We begin the first segment of the investigation by sitting quietly outside, watching the live feed video on the monitors for no less than 30 minutes to give any curious spirits a chance to get familiar with the new gadgets. We call this "the silent treatment".

After those 30 minutes are up, each team of 2 enters the home or business to do their own 1 hour segment of the investigation. They will use every different form of equipment we have to do an intimate, personalized investigation of the property.

After each 2-member team finishes their 1 hour segment, we do another 30-60 minute "silent treatment", depending on how much activity we feel there may be in the home or business. At that point we will discuss if we feel we have done all that we can do, if we think there may be activity still going on we will continue with more investigation techniques, such as changing up team members if they want more time in the home or business, or if we feel there may be one or two specific team members the activity seems to be happening around we will send them back in for continued investigation if they wish to do so.

After all investigations have been performed, we turn the lights back on and begin packing up equipment. If we had to move anything in the process of setting up, we will put everything back the way it was. We will take "after" pictures, to be sure we leave the house in original condition, or to see if anything else has been moved (not by us). Once we are done with this (if you did leave the property), we will then contact you and let you know that we are finished. If you decide to come back to your property we will give our thanks and let you know that it will take approximately 2-4 weeks to go over the evidence. We will not tell you what we have experienced during the investigation, unless we think it is something that you should absolutely know.

The long night is now over, and we will head off to get some rest and then begin to review the evidence.


Step 5: Research & Review

We have many, many hours of evidence to look at and listen to now. A very tedious process that can take up to 60 hours longer than the investigation itself took. We sit down with our equipment used in the investigation, with headphones, paper and pens, computers with sound enhancing qualities, and listen, watch, hour after hour. When we think we may have found something, we go over it time after time until we feel we know what it is.. whether it is something paranormal, or for example, one of our members whispering accidentally or creating a shadow. We write the time-stamp down and continue until all evidence has been gone over thoroughly and we are confident we have found everything we could have.

During the process of reviewing evidence, our researchers go in search of any history on the property. They will take everything you have told us and everything we have experienced during the investigation into consideration as they use many different tools to find all the information they can about your property. This generally takes up to 2 weeks also. We do not want to rush this step as it has been proven to be very effective if done with care and patience. After they feel they have found as much information they can, we will then schedule a team meeting to go over everything, classifying and organizing all evidence and all research information.


Step 6: Reveal Evidence

Once we feel we are in agreement on everything, we will contact you to set up an appropriate date and time to reveal to you what we have found. 2-4 members of ALLI will come to your home or business, once again, and sit down with you and one of our laptops to let you experience what we have found, if anything. We will let you know how we have classified it, and explain why we have done it in such orders.

After you've seen and/or heard everything we found, if anything, we will offer you a package of your choice of the evidence from your investigation to keep for yourself. If you wish to donate, this is also a good time to do so. We will respect any and all decisions.

Depending on the outcome, your reactions, and all our feelings, we may or may not ask if we can do a second (follow-up) investigation. If you warrant us another investigation, we will set a date for it. If not, we will at that point ask if you would like to write a testimonial that will appear on our websites. Whether you do or do not, we will thank you all the same for your time and patience, and wish you the best of luck in your home or business.