Paranormal Research - Ohio Valley Endeavor.
P.R.O.V.E Team investigates paranormal activites in the Ohio Valley.
The PROVE Team is booking for the 2013 season.
There are many haunted locations in the Ohio Valley area that have been researched by paranormal research groups but there are just as many locations still unexplored. So if you have a location that you feel should be investigated, please contact us. We may not be able to respond to all who ask for our free services but we will strive to cover as many investigations as possible.
If you would like your haunted site considered please contact a member of the team.
"A group of normal people
doing what they paranormally do!"
2013 P.R.O.V.E. Team
Paranormal Research Ohio Valley Endeavor is now listed with the Ohio Secretary of State.
Style: Participant-observer approach
Participant-observation suggests that by immersing oneself in the subject being studied, a researcher is presumed to gain understanding of the subject. Criticisms of participant-observation as a data-gathering technique are similar to criticisms of other approaches to the paranormal, but also include an increased threat to the objectivity of the researcher, unsystematic gathering of data, reliance on subjective measurement, and possible observer effects (observation may distort the observed behavior). Specific data gathering methods, such as recording EMF readings at haunted locations have their own criticisms beyond those attributed to the participant-observation approach itself.
The participant-observer approach to the paranormal has gained increased visibility and popularity through reality television programs like Ghost Hunters, and the formation of independent ghost hunting groups that advocate immersive research at alleged paranormal locations. One popular website for ghost hunting enthusiasts lists over 300 of these organizations throughout the United States and the United Kingdom.