We announced on the FBN Facebook page last week that we were partnering with the great folks from Audio Nation Radio (www.audionationradio.com) to explore the infamous J.B. Moore House in Villisca, Iowa on Tuesday, May 28th . If you are not … Continue reading
*This is part two of a two part article After visiting the courthouse, but before you start looking up the owners on a genealogy website, you need to understand the information you just pulled from the deed books. *Grantor – … Continue reading
*This is part one of a two part article. The county courthouse is the best resource to start an investigation into the history of a house. Since everyone pays property taxes (or are supposed to), local governments like to keep … Continue reading
The FBN Team has unfortunately been neglecting our blog commitments for the last few months – one of the downfalls of being so incredibly busy! Since the beginning of June, the team has investigated 5 locations and we have be … Continue reading
Do you believe in..? Have you had those moments when you saw something in the corner of your perception, heard the knocks in the night, or gotten those chilly goose-bumps with no explanations? Try this one on for size: How … Continue reading
Okay, admittedly, I never enrolled in a ‘ghost-school’. Though I have have certainly had plenty of opportunities. Classes in paranormal investigation are popping up in every corner of the internet – some of them offering an investigation experience and some equipment … Continue reading
Fly By Night Paranormal Investigations is a volunteer team of paranormal researchers based in the Omaha Nebraska area. Investigations are conducted free of charge. FBN Paranormal is an Omaha based team serving Southwest Iowa and Southeast Nebraska. Our team’s goal is to help further the study of paranormal occurances. FBN hopes to collect evidence to support a growing understanding of that which we do not yet understand.
The Fly By Night Paranormal team was founded in 2008 just as the world was being fed a steady diet of ‘ghost hunting’ TV shows. For a couple of years we had watched all of the popular shows, in hopes that we would see something incredible appear in front of the array of cameras and gadgets. It soon became apparent to us that anything that we would see on these alleged ‘reality’ TV programs would be tainted by the very nature of the genre. FBN was born on the premise that the only way to dispell doubt about ‘evidence’ was to collect the data ourselves.