I'd like to take a break from my regularly scheduled haunted travel type posts to talk about the paranormal community. Something struck me the other day and now I have to get it off my chest.
How many times have you seen competition within the paranormal community? (In an ugly way.)
What a week! Haunt Jaunts had not one, but two big things happen.
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Back in December I got an email from a representative of a new site that was at that time in Beta phase called Sulia. It's tagline is "The interest network."
Here's a snippet from their email to me
People often ask me where I find some of the info that I pass along. My number one source is Google Alerts, but I try to participate in as many social networks as I can too. People are always sharing interesting things that I can inevitably pass along.
But time being
Okay, so yesterday I wrote about Team GAC's Twibbon supporters versus Team TAPS. A cool little bird who's very in the Ghost Adventures know told me I was mistaken about numbers.
While there is this GAC Twibbon with 216 supporters, there's also others:
This Ghost Adventures III Twibbon has 423 supporters.
The Twilight Saga has Team Jacob and Team Edward, but it's not the only paranormal phenomenon with sides. More and more I've noticed fans pledging their loyalty to what I've come to think of as Team GAC (a.k.a. Ghost Adventures) or Team TAPS (a.k.a. Ghost Hunters).
Where have I been noticing
I'm fairly certain both Nathan from A State of Mind and Dinell from the Weekly Spectre have sent me Twibe invites on Twitter at one time or another. However, as I sometimes (most times) am, I can be a bit slow.
I didn't understand Twibes or how it all worked. I