“It’s a different kind of show,” R.I.P. President Patricia Marin stated. “Our overall goal is to find a repeatable way to connect with spirit during each investigation, while collecting data that will eventually help us develop useful theories about what is actually occurring during a paranormal event.” During each episode, the group tests both a scientific and an occult methodology to determine their effectiveness as paranormal investigation tools. R.I.P. was founded and is still led by two female investigators, Patricia Marin and Lisa Linden.
Along with using various types of equipment, both standard and experimental, R.I.P. also employs two mediums on its team, one of whom is a federal agent in his day job. The team describes themselves as basically skeptics who always look for logical explanations first. “We have high standards of proof that must be met before any evidence can be labeled paranormal,”
New episodes of “The R.I.P. Files” will be released on a monthly basis via the Internet throughout 2010. Upcoming investigations include four haunted sites in Baltimore, a two night investigation of the notorious Twin City Opera House in McConelsville, OH, a stay at a ghostly B&B in Gettysburg, and an investigation at a very active site in Frederick, MD.
For more information or to book media appearances, contact Patricia Marin at 703-473-6784 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Marin Group provides business development and proposal support, as well as public relations and video production expertise. The Marin Group is currently producing "The R.I.P. Files," an Internet TV series with a paranormal focus. R.I.P. is a diverse group of ghost hunters based in the nation's capitol. This 12 episode series follows their adventures as they seek a repeatable method of contacting the other side, while investigating some of the most haunted sites in the east.