Researcher Seeks Paranormal Bedroom Encounters

How often do mysterious intruders carry out their agenda in your home while you slumber peacefully in your bed?
By: Nonhuman Research Agency
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NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. - March 28, 2016 - PRLog -- Robert Goerman created the Nonhuman Intruder Project to examine worldwide reports that men, women, and children awaken to the presence of paranormal prowlers. He elaborates, "These bedroom encounters are not innocent hallucinations associated with Awareness during Sleep Paralysis. The entities move physical objects and can inflict pain or injury. Pets react with fear. Many witnesses are compelled to sleep against their will.

"The obvious manipulation of consciousness plays a huge factor in these accounts," Goerman continues. "Something is at work here to deepen sleep. Potential corroborating witnesses in the same room often do not awaken, despite sometimes-frantic attempts by the primary witness to rouse them. Repeatedly, our mysterious intruders express surprise when folks unexpectedly wake and experience accidental awareness during a home invasion. We are not meant to observe these nocturnal activities."

The current issue (Number 729) of FATE magazine presents "Bedroom Encounters," an insightful article by Goerman that clearly demonstrates why the classic symptoms of Awareness during Sleep Paralysis negate ASP as the rational explanation for these events. His analysis might provide a strategy to help investigators decide whether a particular nighttime experience is extraordinary or hallucinatory. The article touches upon seven cases that detail various paranormal facets of this frightening phenomenon.

"Being published in FATE is both an honor and a necessity," Goerman says. "Researchers dealing with Active Paranormal Events must be able to cast their nets far and wide. FATE gives us that opportunity and more. I believe in FATE."

Featuring "True Reports of the Strange and Unknown" since 1948, FATE is the longest-running periodical in its field and the only one to offer readers a compelling mix of factual documentation, exclusive investigative reporting, and real personal experiences serving to expand awareness, fire the imagination, and enrich lives.

Bedroom encounters are fleeting and leave the witness confused. The episodes are of little concern to enthusiasts that focus on UFOs or monsters or ghosts.

These incidents merit immediate and serious study. Goerman believes that valuable information is lost when genuine encounters are dismissed as ASP-induced hallucinations by eyewitnesses who are comforted by this advice, whether this counsel originates with the medical community or comes from a book or website on sleep paralysis. It is less upsetting to believe that "it was all just a dream," rather than confront the fact that these entities can violate our homes with impunity.

Robert Goerman is a native of New Kensington, Pennsylvania. He has been fortunate enough to have his research and writings featured in national magazines and serve as source material for many books and popular television shows as Unsolved Mysteries, The Unexplained, MonsterQuest, History's Mysteries, Animal X, and Dark Matters: Twisted But True. He has a solid reputation for respecting the wishes of witnesses, colleagues, and professionals and safeguarding confidences and privacy.

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