I’m including myself in spirit on the trip the Laredo Paranormal Research Society is taking on as I write. I had signed up to go but… I decided to be an entrepreneur and now I have to live with the ball and chain. Darn it!
The LPRS team is heading off to Roswell for the annual UFO Conference. Why? Because they are gaining and gaining in positive exposure for their long and I mean VERY long hours of work. Their reputation as a serious group with powerful equipment is spreading along with the fact that is is an almost 100% Latino researchers. So much so that in the future, the hope is to possibly put together their own gathering of like-minded researchers in Laredo.
My role with LPRS is administrative, but that doesn’t mean I wasn’t hoping to sneak on board and skip town! ¡Yo quiero ir!
Since I can’t go, I went to see them off instead. This is a snippet of what Rick, Joe and Christy had to say:
As we were standing by the 15 passenger van, a light was spotted in the rural sky. It wasn’t a plane and it was pretty steady but then suddenly faded. The investigators were not ready with equipment but they excitedly talked about the possibilities if they had all their equipment out and what it could have been.
I did hint to them that investigating the night skies will change in a couple weeks – they had already heard the rumors. We will just wait for the official notice if one does come. For now, it is presenting on what is actually captured on video through telescopes and equipment using infrared lighting and other specialty tools.
Good luck to the Laredo Paranormal team at this weekend’s conference where they will represent Laredo in more ways than presenting. They promised loads of pictures so this won’t be the last we hear of their trip.