Jenn and Steve said PPI doesn’t investigate for money. In fact, they don’t accept money even if it is offered. Steve said they are doing the Christian thing and trying to help people in need. He added that their intentions are 99 percent helping and 1 percent wanting to know what’s out there.
They get many calls from people wanting to learn to develop abilities they’ve noticed in themselves, which they often refer to Inner Path and Celestial Dawning. Many of the calls they get requesting investigations are simply too far away for them to travel, so they refer the individual to trusted groups they know.
Steve said the members of the group never get scared during investigations and he credits their faith as the reason why.
“Our faith protects us. It doesn’t make a difference which faith, either. For us, it’s Christian, but if your faith is there, you really have nothing to worry about,” Steve said, adding that everyone in the group felt that way.
Jenn said their faith and their experienced background helps them be successful at ridding locations of unwanted spirits. They said they don’t push their faith on others, but try to lead by example.
They reported the locations where they encountered the most evil would have to be the Blackford County Hospital, which has been demolished, and a private home in Anderson. At the hospital, they experienced objects moving independently and team members being touched, as well as overwhelming feelings of negative energy. They were only able to find two pages of history for the Civil War-era hospital at the Historical Society, which they found strange and had a difficult time getting anyone to talk about the hospital. At the home in Anderson, an entity in the basement went ballistic when they didn’t show fear, according to Steve.