For SAS, investigations are a serious commitment. A large inventory of professional equipment is utilized for each investigation. Hours will be spent not only on the investigation but before and after with essential research and analysis. For this reason, SAS will consider serious requests for investigations from owners of historical buildings and properties.
If you are the owner of a private home or property that is not historical, but experiencing paranormal activity, you can submit a request for a SAS investigation but you will have to fill out a question set about your experiences in the home as well as about the property in general. You also will need to fully understand that SAS is not in the business of removing spirits or blessing properties. While SAS may consider request for private home investigations, submitting a request and filling out a question set does not guarantee SAS will take on the case.
SAS investigations are objective and are conducted in a controlled manner with a custom investigation plan developed for each unique locations and set of circumstances. Our focus at an investigation is to observe, engage and document what is normal along with any equipment data, experiences or interactions that are outside of what is normal. Later we offer what we have found or not found to our clients so they can determine what they would like to do next regarding their experiences.
We do not cleanse, clear or exorcise properties or individuals. We do not rely on psychics or mediums during or after our investigations. We also do not remove spirits, use sage or conduct any sort of rituals at a locations.
Investigations SAS commits to are done free of charge.
Download our Investigation Process form by clicking the button. This document will explain what to expect with a SAS investigation.
TO SUBMIT AN INVESTIGATION REQUEST
To request an investigation, ask a question or share a story, please go to our Contact Us page. Fill out the contact form and click send. A representative of SAS will email you back shortly.
SAS does hold the right to refuse to proceed with any investigations if we feel the location is unsafe, outside of our scope of practice or the claims are knowingly fraudulent. This rejection could be related to, but not restricted to fraud, illegal drug use, violence, and unsanitary conditions.