Paranormal Researchers of Iowa will be teaching classes in the paranormal at Iowa Central Community College's Fort Dodge campus beginning on Feb. 11 from 6 to 8 each Monday for the next six consecutive weeks.
Some of the topics covered in the class include the history of paranormal investigations, how reality television has affected the way people investigate today, purchasing equipment, investigating tips and tricks, evidence analysis and revealing evidence to clients.
Class members will have the opportunity outside of class to go on an overnight investigation with Paranormal Researchers of Iowa to investigate an undisclosed location with confirmed paranormal activity that has not been made available for investigations for some time.
Paranormal Researchers of Iowa is based in Fort Dodge and does not advertise in any type of media to obtain leads for paranormal investigations, nor do they charge fees for investigations. Founding member, Denise Mendenhall has had the opportunity to investigate the Stanley Hotel with some of the members of TAPS, and plans on doing it again this year in April with her husband, Allen. The team has participated in Heritage Day festivities, investigated the Depot Museum on many occasions and already has many investigations booked for this year.
For more information on Paranormal Researchers of Iowa, call 419-6736 or find them on Facebook.