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Welcome to The Atlantic Paranormal Society


The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS). TAPS was founded in 1990 by Jason Hawes with the sole purpose of helping those experiencing paranormal activity by investigating its claims in a professional and confidential manner, and using the latest in paranormal research equipment and techniques. TAPS brings decades of experience in investigating with its pioneering equipment and techniques that has changed the field of paranormal investigating.

Please use any of the above links to find info on TAPS. If you need help, please click the “Request Help” link or use the TAPS Family Website Help Form to locate a particular TAPS Family team to assist you.

The TAPS Family

The TAPS Family is a global resource list of elite paranormal research teams that are ready to help! Hand-chosen by TAPS Family staff, these teams meet a strong set of requirements that meet the expectations of TAPS and the TAPS Family. Find out more by locating a TAPS Family team near you!

T.A.P.S, Ghost Hunters, Paranormal Investigators

We are Paranormal Investigators, Not Ghost Hunters
Investigating, Documenting and Educating on Paranormal activity is our main focus.
Paranormal activity does not need a Ghost and or a Haunting to be labeled Paranormal.
The word Para-Normal, Means above the normal of what we are aware of at this time.

Through the hit show that started the craze, Ghost HuntersT.A.P.S has been able to bring there knowledge and professionalism to the homes of millions of viewers. Making the Paranormal an openly talked about subject and a more respectable field.

TAPS receives THOUSANDS of case requests daily and over 90,000,000 hits annually, They are only able to get to a handful of those request personaly year by year. If you would like to have your home/business televised on an episode of Ghosthunters please click the icon below and fill out the form in complete detail.

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  • - Marc Masters

    ARCHAEOLOGICAL investigations for Oxford’s £120m flood channel are beginning this month. The Environment Agency has said it will digging near Botley Road in the coming days and continue through to November. Trenches will be dug along the 5km channel route down through North and South Hinksey to Sandford. The New Hinksey Causeway, near The Fishes …

    - Marc Masters

    Photo Credit – PW Creighton/TSM FORT EDWARD, N.Y. (AP) — A six-week archaeological dig on a Colonial-era British military site on the upper Hudson River is wrapping up. A team of volunteers and students has been excavating areas on Rogers Island at Fort Edward, 45 miles (72 kilometers) north of Albany. Thousands of British and …

    - Marc Masters

    A team of Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) archaeologists and students has discovered an Assyrian-period water system near Rosh Ha-Ayin, a city in the Central District of Israel. Aerial view of the excavation area, with Rosh Ha-Ayin in the background. Image credit: Yitzhak Marmelstein. “It is difficult not to be impressed by the sight of the …

    - Marc Masters

    SCHUYLERVILLE — The American Revolution Round Table (ARRT) of the Hudson and Mohawk Valleys presents, 18th Century Military Archaeology in the Upper Hudson and Champlain Valleys by David Starbuck. This session will be held Aug. 24 at the Schuylerville Town Hall, 12 Spring St., Schuylerville. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. with social time followed …

    - Marc Masters

    A team of archaeologists from The Australian National University (ANU) has uncovered a vast trading network which operated in Vietnam from around 4,500 years ago up until around 3,000 years ago. A new study shows a number of settlements along the Mekong Delta region of Southern Vietnam were part of a sophisticated scheme where large …

    - Marc Masters

    AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND—Extensive remains of a Maori village were unearthed during road construction in Papamoa, according to a report from the New Zealand Herald. Archaeologists Ken Phillips and Cameron McCaffrey were called in when the first evidence of the settlement was uncovered, and their excavation uncovered more than 300 archaeological features. These included large postholes, …

    - Marc Masters

    YAO, JAPAN—The Asahi Shimbun reports that archaeologists in Japan have unearthed the remains of Yugeno-miya, a capital that was built on the orders of the Empress Shotoku, who ruled from A.D. 767 to 770. According to historical accounts, after the empress’s death construction ceased and the city remained unfinished. The archaeologists found pits arranged on …

    - Marc Masters

    The excavation site at Rach Nui in Southern Vietnam. Credit: ANU A team of archaeologists from ANU has uncovered a vast trading network which operated in Vietnam from around 4,500 years ago up until around 3,000 years ago. A new study shows a number of settlements along the Mekong Delta region of Southern Vietnam were …

    - Marc Masters

    Aug 18, 2017 — by The Associated Press

    - Marc Masters

    Posted on 14 August 2017 John Schofield re-explores the prospects of archaeology as an academic degree in Current Archaeology Five years ago, I wrote a short piece – under the title ‘The best degree?’ (CA 270) – responding to the suggestion in CA 268 that Archaeology was under threat as a university subject. Certainly there …