We at TCPS are dedicated to educating the public regarding paranormal activity. We are always more than happy to come to any venue and do a presentation for an audience of any age. TCPS will discuss the many aspects of the paranormal, our experiences as investigators, go through some evidence highlights, and as always - allow for some Q & A too. If you are part of an organization and are interested in TCPS doing a Paranormal Class please email your information to us and we will contact you as soon as possible to make arrangements!
If you are involved in the media and are interested in writing an article or filming a story about TCPS, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
KARE 11: October 31, 2018 (Featuring The Lexington Investigation and Evidence)
The Jason Show: October 31, 2018 (Recent evidence, The Lexington, Waverly Hills)
Twin Cities Live: October 23, 2018 (Top haunted locations in the Twin Cities)
WCCO TV October 31st, 2013
A few members of TCPS had the opportunity to be interviewed for a local news station, WCCO. Mike Binkley conducted the interview at the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, a frequent investigation location for the team. You can check out the interview on the WCCO website.
In fall of 2017, TCPS members Angela and Jenny J. were interviewed by Aimless TV's Charlie Brose.
Wayzata Life Magazine May 2018 - featuring Lead Investigator Angela Rosenberg
Midwest Home October 2016 - includes a special "DIY Space Clearing" section by TCPS Spiritual Advisor Braden Jeunesse
Our Founder had the chance to sit down and conduct an interview for the online magazine site Suite101.com. You can read the interview details on their website.
Ghost Stories of Southeastern Minnesota by C.S. Larsen: In November of 2007, TCPS was joined by the author of this book, Chris, while investigating several different locations in Mantorville, MN. We are honored that Chris would write about his experiences with us during those investigations in his newest book. Ghost Stories of Southeastern Minnesota gives the reader a fascinating and in-depth look at various reportedly haunted locations throughout the southeastern region of Minnesota. Definitely a must-read for any paranormal fan! You can check out Chris’ website or to order Ghost Stories of Southeastern Minnesota, please visit his publisher’s website here. Many thanks to Chris for including TCPS in his book as we wish him much continued success with his writing career!
To listen to our radio interviews, please right click on the link provided and choose "Save As" (or "Save Target As", depending on your browser). This will save the interview to your computer and allow for better quality.
KFAI Radio Interview: Tam, Will, & Michelle had the chance to sit down with Jessica Folker from the MinneCulture program to talk about TCPS' investigations at the very haunted Soap Factory.
Darkness Radio Interview: Darkness Radio is an awesome and insightful paranormal radio show hosted by Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis. This was the first interview our Co-founders, Lisa and Michelle, ever did about the group. Although they were both quite nervous, the interview turned out to be a great success! Don't forget to listen to Darkness Radio every Saturday and Sunday night from 9 PM to midnight CST as Dave and Tim delve into the vast paranormal world!
Wizzy Radio Interview: Wizzy Radio is another local radio show located here in the Twin Cities area. Wizzy (AKA Tom) hosts this podcast show weekly discussing various topics such as talk, politics, humor, music and fun. Lisa, Michelle, and Eric - our tech guy - had a wonderful time on the show with Wizzy and his wife, Lou! We hope to do another show for Wizzy Radio some time in the near future. Check out Wizzy's Myspace page for more info regarding his show!
Para-X Radio Interview: Twin Cities Paranormal Society discusses celebrating 10 years as a team with MN Ghost Box's Greg Bakun. Angela, Iako and Brady offer insight on what it takes to keep a team thriving, what it means to be a TAPS Family member and how their case methodology has evolved over the years.