TEAM MEMBERS AND TRAINEES

Kevin Lococo (Lead Investigator)

Kevin was born in San Jose, CA and grew up in several areas of northern and central California. He spent 4 years home ported in Florida while in the Navy. He is currently employed as a Boiler Mechanic/ Operator. Formerly as a Plumber and a Maintenance Repairman (at a haunted State Institution).These skills are a valuable addition to any paranormal team as they contribute to finding alternate explanations. Kevin saw his first apparition at the age of 5, and had many memorable paranormal experiences as a child and an adult. After an intense paranormal experience in 1999, he began looking for evidence of the paranormal. He co-founded Pitch Paranormal, which evolved into CVPS in 2009 His interests are a mix of spiritual and scientific areas. He is constantly pursuing further knowledge of the paranormal and occult field.

Jean Gird (Case Manager, Investigator)

A native of the Philadelphia and Bucks County, PA areas, Jeannie now resides near Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. Jeannie has been with CVPS as a Case Manager and Investigator since 2012. Jeannie's interest in understanding paranormal phenomena began at a very young age. Her professional background is in the areas of Prevention Education, Program Coordination, and Trauma Counseling. Jeannie's professional experience along with her "spiritual gifts" give her the ability to connect with people quickly and understand their needs. Jeannie is able to help our team effectively interact with our clients and their families through all aspects of the investigation process in order to ensure a positive outcome, as well as offer guidance to clients for any post-investigation needs they may have.

Jody Holder (Researcher, Investigator). 

Josh Sweat (Investigator)

Investigator Standards and Guidelines

STANDARDS

1. Must be at least 18 years old to work on cases involving clients.

2. Must be willing to submit to a background check

3. Must be willing to buy some personal equipment when financially able (such as voice recorder, basic emf detector, etc.)

4. Should be committed to continually educate themselves in the paranormal fields, wherever their interests lead them. This should assure a wide variety of knowledge and viewpoints.

5. Investigators must be of "good character"

GUIDELINES

1. No trespassing (always stay within the law)

2. Always show respect for the client and/or investigation site.

3. Respect the dead

4. Provoke only when the situation calls for it

5. Never whisper while recorders are running

6. Be careful not to wear perfumes, colognes, deodorants, etc. with a strong smell

7. Never smoke on site (leave the investigation area if necessary)

8. No drugs or alcohol in your system during an investigation

9. Always tag all noises for audio recordings

10. Try to collect as much evidence as possible with more than one method

11. Try to "debunk" any claims made (go with the more rational explanation)

12. Never disclose anything about possible activity, to the client, until all evidence has been reviewed.

13. When investigating for a client, remember the ultimate goal is to help the client.