Frequently Asked Questions
WCPI will investigate and research reported paranormal activity. Where we can, we will provide clients with our opinions on the activity they are experiencing, based on the evidence we gather.
We have no agenda. We are here to help and to study paranormal activity. We remain totally neutral when it comes to conducting investigations. However, we don’t believe that every creak, tap and footstep heard in the wee hours of the morning, or the middle of the day for that matter, can be attributed to paranormal activity. Neither do we believe that every pulsating light in the sky is from an alien world, but then again, until it is properly investigated we can’t say that it is not. When we conduct an investigation we look for the cause, be it normal or paranormal. We approach every investigation with an open mind, and will provide our clients a reasonable opinion on it’s cause based on the evidence gathered. We also want our clients to know that they are not alone in this, that we’re here for them and we will help them understand what is going on.
No. WCPI will investigate just about any location that has reported paranormal activity, as long as proper permission has been given to do so.
Please go to the What To Expect page to get a full explanation on what happens before, during and after an investigation.
If you want to merely tell us of your experience(s) without having an on-site investigation conducted, then you would elect to Report an Experience. We will publish your story on our website, but will ensure your confidentiality and the confidentiality of the exact location. If you would like WCPI to conduct an actual investigation then you would Request an Investigation.
Both these options, and others, are available when completing the online form
WCPI can be reached by phone, and the number will be provided once you become a client or associate.
We feel privileged that you came to WCPI to share your experience/concerns. As previously stated, we are here to help, so how could we ask you to pay. However, we do accept, but will never ask for or expect, donations. All donations go towards equipment, study materials and server space.
Cryptozoology has been defined as “The study of evidence tending to substantiate the existence of, or the search for, creatures whose reported existence is unproved”. Examples of cryptids would be Bigfoot, Nessie, and the chupacabra, to name but three.
Although some of our vehicles do have removable signage, we would not attend an investigation with them on without the client’s permission.