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Incubi Incarnate Broadcast with Bill Wilkens - December 10,2014

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Incubi Incarnate Broadcast

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Tonight your host Bill Bachman interviews Bill Wilkens founder of Paranormal Societies.

Bill Wilkens started Paranormal Societies in the fall of 2007 as a way to increase exposure for paranormal groups. Realizing that paranormal investigators were difficult to locate, he hoped that by creating this directory it would allow people who needed help to quickly locate a team that could assist them. Since the site's inception, he has dealt with thousands of paranormal investigators and specialists, and has received approximately 5,000+ requests for assistance from those that believe they are experiencing paranormal phenomena. Bill sends the cases that he is unable to help to local, qualified investigators or specialists, depending on the details of the case. He currently operates a Twitter account @Paranormallist where he posts requests for assistance so local groups can get involved. Having dealt directly with thousands of investigators and cases through the years, he has been able to identify trends in behavior and tendencies from both the investigator's and victim's standpoint. Rather than rely on opinion, he has seen what works and what does not and looks to share those experiences so others can learn from them as well. Paranormal Societies currently lists approximately 3,000+ paranormal teams from across the US. The directory also lists international teams as well, with countries such as Canada, England, India, Japan and New Zealand, among others, currently represented.

To find out more about Paranormal Societies, have your group listed or to get help, visit

Follow Bill on Twitter: @paranormallist