Elaine Davison – “Fearless Leader“
Elaine works at a Fortune 500 Company as and Administrative Assistant supporting a group sixty of talented engineers, chemists and managers.
Much of her free time is spent paranormal investigating. Elaine began experiencing things as a young girl that she could not explain so in 2005 she began actively investigating the Paranormal and is a founding member of Western Oregon Organization of Paranormal Investigators (WOOPI).
An incident in 2012 where her seemingly healthy team investigated a home and which all became ill after made Elaine wonder about the potential hazards that teams expose themselves to during investigations. Aided by several doctors and health departments Elaine wrote a basic pamphlet – “Safety Tips for Paranormal Investigators.” Her goal is to spread the word about the health and safety issues investigators face so they are safe during an investigation.
Julie Lynn (JL to her friends) is a digital marketing consultant and founder of jlDigital Marketing. With clients of all sizes, her “day job” is everything marketing – from building websites to re-branding companies.
jl has been a paranormal enthusiast her entire life. She has had the honor of studying and investigating with notable leaders in the paranormal field that include Neil McNeill and TAPS, and is a member of WSPIR.
Upon meeting Elaine at a conference and seeing her presentation, jl promptly pounced and “strongly encouraged” Elaine to turn Paranormal Safety Guidelines into a book. There is nobody else at the moment who is bringing forth the conversation about this important topic, in her opinion, and was eager to support.
Now jl manages the website and Safety Kits for Paranormal Safety and has a passion for creating stronger paranormal communities.