Light in the Dark Paranormal is an investigatory group specializing in allegedly haunted residences and other buildings (especially those for sale), and  ghost towns and old mining sites in the Rocky Mountains of the West.  Co-founder Paul Hill is a licensed real estate broker in Colorado. For more information about Paul and the rest of the team, visit the Investigators page of our website.

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  1. Domenic Tessari December 17, 2017 at 7:30 pm #

    Paul, I am a local paranormal investigator out of Fort Collins. I have been running out on locations to investigate. I was wondering I you would be able to help me find some haunted locations in northern/northeastern colorado that I would be able to have access to. If you would be able to help me find some cool creepy locations, with peoples contact info. That would be Great!!!


    • Paul Hill December 17, 2017 at 11:31 pm #

      http://www.paranormalsocieties.com/view_society.cfm?id=1656 -I tend to hang around the southern part of the state unless the potential is really there (I’ll go anywhere). But if you want to find out more about your area, try this paranormal grp out of FTC (I think the principals live in Wellington). I was associated with them some years ago, and we investigated a single family house that I actually lived-in (it was quite active; in Windsor). For the protection of the current owner, I can’t give you the location as I don’t live there anymore, but maybe they will. Visit the link posted at the front of this response. Good Luck!


  2. Andy Smart March 5, 2016 at 10:45 pm #

    Glad to be over here on your blog Paul. Good to be in touch 🙂


  3. ghostbusterbev March 30, 2015 at 11:55 am #

    Paul, how is your story coming along? I haven’t seen any updates and I can’t seem to find the original chapter on your blog. You had such a great opening…I wanted to read more!


    • Paul Hill March 30, 2015 at 12:25 pm #

      Beverly, thanks for asking! I took that excerpt off my blog, as I was disappointed in the response, which was minimal. I don’t think “blog-a-book” is a viable idea in any case. But the good news is I have been feverishly writing it, which accounts for why I haven’t done much blogging lately. I have Part One (I intend this to be a serialized novel) finished–10 chapters and 122 pages dbl-spaced. The manuscript is now in the hands of my best friend Jon, who is sick in Norway at the moment, so I don’t even know if he’s read it yet. Another copy is in the hands of my 29 yr old son, and I’m waiting for his opinion also. I am going the route of e-booking before hard copies, and have been investigating the requirements of Amazon’s Kindle, Smashwords (Apples’ I-Books; Barnes & Noble’s Nook, and others, and CreateSpace, which does print-on-demand (hard copy). You know now that you mention it, I did write a short promo with some quotes from the book; maybe I will post that to my blog and see what happens…


      • ghostbusterbev March 30, 2015 at 6:09 pm #

        Paul, you might check Jo Robinson’s blog…she e-published with Smashwords and according to her recent post,has withdrawn her book from that site…she didn’t seem pleased with it, something about pirating her book. I am still holding off on e-publishing…haven’t found the right fit yet. Some of them only pay royalties twice yearly. Anyway, happy to hear your novel is that far along. The best way to attract comments to your blog is to visit other writers’ blogs and leave comments. They will usually return the visit.


        • Paul Hill March 30, 2015 at 9:19 pm #

          Wow! Thanks ever so much for the head’s up on Jo’s post re Smashwords. Apparently, it lends itself to being easily copied to provide content for any website that wants it, including those who use it as a platform for delivering malware. I spent 2 full days on vetting SW, and thought it was pretty slick until I read their “style manual” for pre-formatting your Word manuscript to be ready for their conversion software to all kinds of ebook formats other than Kindle. I was put off by the very non-foolproof procedures one had to go through. What could go wrong? Everything! But I had no idea of the negative experience Jo and other authors have had with it (as evidenced by the comments). So I haven’t rushed into this e-book parade either; it has lots of downsides. So far, it appears that Amazon’s Kindle is the most risk-free, and I would add, has the easiest file conversion procedures. As authors, we’re so smart to be able to write the things we write. But we can’t be dumb about publishing and marketing. Will keep you posted on what I find out as I go…


          • ghostbusterbev March 31, 2015 at 12:06 pm #

            You can also publish directly to Kobo. Thanks for the update…there are so many online publishers out there which makes it difficult to find the right one. The problem with Amazon is getting through to someone for help if there is a problem…such a huge organization. However it appears to be one of the easier online publishers to work with when it comes to e-publishing.


          • Paul Hill March 31, 2015 at 12:59 pm #

            Yep. Trying to contact Amazon is like calling Microsoft. Good luck. I’ll check out Kobo too. Again, thanks for your input. Let’s see what we can figure out…
            BTW, I just got a call from CreateSpace, which is owned by Amazon; they do POD. I had registered with them recently. They do seem to be on top of things, actually calling their prospects, and I’ve heard nothing bad about them to date.
            They were acquired by Amazon a few years ago, but apparently have kept their small firm identity.


  4. ghostbusterbev November 11, 2014 at 9:56 am #

    Paul, Check out Norcal Spirit Walkers (a paranormal research group). They posted ‘Terminology: A list for paranormal and anomalies researchers.’ – very interesting terminology that you might enjoy reading.


    • Paul Hill November 11, 2014 at 12:29 pm #

      Beverly, I’ll check it out. Thanks!


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