More BIG NEWS

MPF is now listed as a

TAPS Family Member

 

The story behind the TAPS Family via their website,

 

The TAPS Family is a sub-group from the organization of TAPS, The Atlantic Paranormal Society. The TAPS Family was formed by Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson in order to network together other professional paranormal research groups from around the world. TAPS themselves handles hundreds of cases that range between homeowners, business owners, government properties, historical sites, etc. Due to the sheer volume of clients in need, TAPS realized that by pooling together the resources from other teams, these cases can be handled.

 

What it means for you,

 

In return the people we help get the best assistance that can be provided by the most professional group in their area, as well as state of the art equipment to assist them on resolving their situation. They will be assisted by TAPS if needed and only if needed. Our information and phones will be open to these groups for support and anything else that is needed.

 

What it means for us,

 

It was designed to help everyone. It helps the groups that are part of the family by sharing knowledge of past and present cases as well as helping with extra investigators when needed on certain cases. It also enables TAPS to send cases that they receive to these groups in or around their areas. We in no way ask these groups to change anything about themselves. All we ask is that all groups keep cases confidential and only share information within the TAPS family network. These groups were selected by the members of TAPS for their excellence in handling cases, and their mentality in dealing with such problems.

 

 

We are excited to be considered as the high quality and professional group we strive to be by such an esteemed foundation like TAPS Family. Since day one, MPF had a goal to be a TAPS Family member. Community events have been important for us as well. We teach a Ghost Hunting 101 class in the fall, volunteer at the Pine Point Pow Wow and their Haunted House, and this year we are working with the Screen Free Week program. We have also been involved with the preservation of the Fergus Falls Kirkbride State Hospital. Always looking for a way to improve, we think the Taps Family will help.

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Congrats on becoming a TAPS Family Member!

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