December Feature Investigation

Welcome to December -- the last month of 2016.  This year has been a very hard one.  We've had the deaths of celebrities and a hotbed of politics and elections.  Every event seems to be snagged by some last minute SOMETHING.  But, after stumbling and staggering through the thorny wood that is 2016, we've emerged at the end of the journey.  The days are winding down....and the spirits are winding up!

 

From the Famer's Almanac: 

In Native American cultures which tracked the calendar by the Moons, December’s Full Moon was known as the Full Cold Moon. It is fittingly associated with the month when winter cold fastens its grip and the nights become long and dark.  This Full Moon is also called the Long Nights Moon by some Native American tribes because it occurs near the winter solstice (Dec. 21, 2016) —the night with the least amount of daylight.

Supermoon! Dec. 13, 2016



December Announcements

Wow, have we grown over the past 6 months.  Check out our newest offerings below:

 

Books:

We are pleased to announce the publication of our first booklet, Spectral Musings! It is available through Amazon.com as either an ebook or print edition.


Podcasts: 

Paranormal Pets: Most recent episode: Paranormal Pets Potpourri

 

Features on the SPPI site:

Current Cases:  See what's going on in 2016 and beyond!

 

Farvorite EVPs:  Check out a few of SPPI's favorite EVPs.  These are typically unconnected to a case due to various circumstances, but are aslo too good to keep hidden!

 

ARCHIVES:Some cases prior to 2016.

 

Family visits from the Otherside: Ghosts aren't always scary. One of the most often reported phenonena out there are family visits.  Read personal accounts of others who have had family pop in from the other side and feel free to add your story to our guest book!

 

SPPI Reviews: Books and Equipment:  We have started looking for local authors and inventors and we're putting them in the spotlight! Have questions or suggestions for reviews?  Let us know!

 

Research presentations: See our PowerPoint presentations and research here!  Embedded links and images of the fun.

 

Links Page:  Here's to our friends and allies out there!  Do you want to do a link exchange?  Send us an email at sppi@mail.com and we'll be happy to oblige!

 

Sister sites:

 Shadow Animals:  Like shadow people, these remian enigmatic figures though the often evoke less of a sense of terror.  There is still something....unique about them.  Read submitted stories and see what you think.

 

 Paranormal Pugs Page : Are you a rabid pug devotee?  Do you love all things pug?  Check out this site dedicated to pug ghost stories -- pugs sensing ghosts, pugs as ghosts.  We are always looking for new submissions! 

 

Paranormal Pocket Pets Page:  If you have a pocket pet -- rat, guinea pig, rabbit, hamster, or other, this is the page for you.  Ghost stories concerning our odd small fellows and their owners.

 

Florida Urban Legends Page:  This is a collection of some of the local urban legends from the St. Petersburg/Pinellas County area.  It's a little of our local lore!

 

Can't get enough of SPPI?  Check out our social media sites:

 

Facebook Group Page: Open to anyone with an interest in the paranormal, though we do focus on local history, haunts, and spectres.

 

Twitter Account: If you will follow us, we'll follow you!

 

SPPI Blog:  Our LiveJournal Blog gives various members of the group extra access to talk about their paranormal experiences.