Greg Pocha is the Director of Paranormal, Parascience and Parapsychology Studies with the Eidolon Project Canada. He has been actively involved in this field of study since 1999, although his interest in it stems from his youth.
The Eidolon Project Canada is a not -for-profit organization founded in 1999. We specialize in the Ethical and Scientific Exploration of the Paranormal. The EPC takes pride in thinking ahead and moving forward via innovation. As the saying goes, "Unless your the lead dog in a sled team, the view never changes."
He is active in his home province of Alberta with research, investigation and documenting paranormal, parapsychological and paraphysical incidents and activity. He owns a private library approaching 600 books on all aspects of the paranormal and related subjects. His education in this field of study is extensive and on-going.
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