Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Tracy Schultz of RIP (Research and Investigation of the Paranormal) Team

  • Broadcast in Paranormal
Teal Grays Para Mysteries

Teal Grays Para Mysteries


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Teal Grays Para Mysteries.

PerTracy Schultz- I would say that I’m one of the core investigators who has been with you for 4 years (is that right?!?).  I don’t really feel that I am a lead only bc I do feel I’m still learning and I’m not as comfortable with certain aspects of what we do (YET!). Since becoming a member of our little parafamily, I’ve really started to awaken, especially after our experience in Jefferson last April. That kinda broke it all open for me, I think.
I’ve always been described as hypertensive because I’m so emotional. I feel everything, a little too much sometimes. I never really knew that was a sign of an empath. Growing up, friends would joke about my mama and I being “natural witches”  and we’d just laugh and go along with it. I feel a strong connection to the Earth and the healing properties of plants and oils and love making little concoctions, teas, and potions for my friends. Not only do they taste good but they can help manifest your desired outcome of whatever it is you’re seeking. I’ve been called a witch, a healer, and jokingly,  a “blue blooded redneck witch”. People put such a social stigma on the term witch, like you’re automatically a devil worshiper or you don’t love Jesus.  Both are untrue.  I’m more comfortable in nature than in the conformity of organized religion;  my beliefs are simple, personal, and more preferably, solitary.  I believe in the beauty, Magic, and power of Mother Earth and God. If you think about it, it’s kinda like my own personal Powerhouse and that’s pretty badass, in my opinion.

Greg and his team will share tips on capturing evidence using photography, EVP captures with tecording devices and mich more. Find them on Face Book at: https://www.facebook.com/TxRIP