A dedicated, experienced, group of people that serve the public need for knowledge; about unexplained mysteries and events in their lives, that have no answers. Many events have happened to many people over
a lifetime, that are unexplained. When people are troubled about these events, medical advice has been to no avail, or even spiritual advice has
NOT delivered the preferred
results - who do these people have to turn to? To answer these questions, there must be another way.
Our Mission Statement:
To serve the public's need for unexplained answers by confronting,
drawing out the secrets, and if needed,
to cleanse. These steps are accomplished by physical, as well as technical means by using extreme high quality optics, as well as
"state of the art" audio production equipment. However, this equipment is just machinery, unless used by experienced,
Paranormal Investigators, who have the understanding to solve the riddles.
Who We Are:
We are local Tri-County residents, who have all had years of unexplained paranormal events
happen, in each one of our lives. We were complete strangers; one member decided to reach out to see if anyone else had answers to
their questions. One by one, we came together to be as one. Totally different people, totally different lives, yet joined by a common knowledge. As one sees, we all see. As one feels, we all feel. As one senses, we all sense. As one touches, we all touch. As one understands, we all understand. So, we decided that we may indeed have a gift that truly deserves to be shared with the public, who also
wants answers to these questions.
The EIPRS name, and all things, and written material contained within this site, are the property of Eastern
Illinois Paranormal Research Society. Reproduction of any material without consent is a violation of the copyright laws and is strictly prohibited. © Eastern Illinois Paranormal Research Society, EIPRS is Larry Beach, founder/Melody Beach,
co-founder. EIPRS is a non profit business entity organized under the laws governed by the
State of Illinois, USA. Donations are accepted for future investigations and
for expenses related to a particular case, as well as updating new