Unknown phenomena can cover many subjects, it all depends on what you believe to be unknown and what you saw. The purpose of the UPIA is to investigate into what your saw and where it was, this could lead to potential future sightings.
Here are some of the phenomena that is often discussed within the association and supporters:
UPIA is the "Unknown Phenomena Investigation Association" which was founded in 1998 with the purpose to carry out investigations into paranormal reports made by the public in the UK. As the association has grown their research abilities have greatened meaning that they can now use techniques such as forensic evidence in order to assist their investigations.
If you would like to get involved with the association and become a member please click here. If you wish to become a full member you will have to opportunity to take part in training packages related to UPIA. Not all applicants will be selected to become full time member but anyone can become a supporter on the conditions that they are wanting to learn and are open minded.
Unknown phenomena is a topic that has been discussed for hundreds of years as there is no simple solution into discovering more about what some people see and others don't. This topic has some believers that dedicate their life to finding answers and understanding more about the unknown.
If you want to know more about unknown phenomena and mystery then follow this link, this website is useful to those who wish to become more comfortable about paranormal activity and the unknown that is around them: About | Unexplained Phenomena and Mysteries
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