Greg Lawson


He is a career law enforcement and officer with over 26-years of experience along with 10 in the military. He has worked as a mental health investigator, and as a child abuse, sex crimes, and homicide detective...and now he investigates the paranormal!

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Presentation Description
When experiencing paranormal events, there are many things to take into consideration. You must think about your physical body and its limitations, especially regarding eyesight. You have to contemplate the physical world around you and its unlimited potential. And then you must be aware of your own thoughts, training and experience that create certain fallacies or biases.
 
In his talk, Paranormal Perceptions (Interpretations), author and researcher Greg Lawson outlines the many dynamics that can affect the memory of experience. By identifying these undercurrents, experiencers can better understand their involvement in what they perceive as paranormal.
 
Author Bio
Greg Lawson has spent much of his adult life exploring strange places. From the first Russian colony in Three Saints Bay, Alaskan to the pyramids of Egypt, he has explored paranormal hot spots in over 40 countries.
 
He is a career law enforcement officer with over 26-years of experience and also served 10-years in various branches of the military. He has worked as a mental health investigator, and as a child abuse, sex crimes, and homicide detective.
 
Greg has a master’s degree in education from Texas State University where he concentrated his studies in Complex Adaptive Human Systems (CAHS). He also specializes in interview techniques and investigative procedures, and teaches these skills to Texas law enforcement officers.
 
Greg is an international lecturer and the author of two fictional novels, The DisOrient Express, and The Carrion, and one satirical horror manual titled Zombie Advocacy. His newest book is Detecting Paranormal, an advanced guide to paranormal research and evaluation.
 
You can contact Greg at:
www. the paranormal detective .com
  
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