Spring is here and  CAPS planned 2020 to be a busy year!

About CAPS
Thanks for your interest in CAPS.  We are just average people who love to investigate the paranormal and have been doing so for more than five years now.  We do not consider ourselves experts, and sometimes question those who say they are!  We are skeptical going into any investigation, preferring  to let the experience and evidence convince us rather than just the stories and history. 

We do seem to get an inordinate number of EVPs, perhaps because of the painstaking manner in which we review evidence. We use the basic equipment, meters and recorders, but despite that we try not to get too bogged down for fear we may miss out on that rare personal experience.  

It is a hobby for us and love to share everything we have. Feel free to send us any evidence you have, we would be glad to look at it and post it if desired. Contact us

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Welcome to CAPS!!!

Recent Investigations

In 2019 we got back to Alton Illinois, this time to the historic Mineral Spring Hotel.  

In 2019 CAPS got an opportunity to go back to school!  Check our our report on the Farrar School in Iowa!

2018 was an interesting year for CAPS with limited opportunities to update all our investigations.  Thanks to the hospitality of our good friends, we are able to let you know about the Haunted R Theater in Auburn Illinois!.

Our Summer 2017 schedule ended with another "Double Header" in the state of Indiana.  Back to back investigations can be a challenge, but it's always worth the effort.  Check out our visits to the  Monroe House in Hartford City, and the Roads Hotel in Atlanta.

No Midwest Paranormal Team could resist the opportunity to visit Waverly Hills Sanitarium.  CAPS got the chance this summer and we were not disappointed.  WaverlyHills2017

Borromeo Cemetery, Saint Charles Missouri

Photo by Dave Roberts