You can a get certified and listed in directories of investigators. I think I might do this. It would be interesting and fun...plus, it would be cool
to say you’re a certified Paranormal and UFO Investigator.
PS: and, yes, I know that they say they have accredited classes... However, real universities/colleges are, themselves, accredited. That is, every
recognized institution of learning, on a periodic basis, submits itself to outside review from both the state and peer institutions. Having one or
two accredited classes does not make Flammel college a real 'college'.
I'm not doing it to get a job in that area (Paranormal). I attend a "real" college where I’m working on a degree in CIS (Computer Information
Systems). I just said it would be cool to be a certified Paranormal and UFO Investigator...a novelty.
Not only a novelty, but I'm sure that you'd learn at least something.... I might just do it as a lark too.... Heck, I've already got a security
license, wouldn't take much to bump it to Private Investigator... might be a good combo, hehe...but I wouldn't look for it to pay the bills....
You can be a certified UFO investigator with MUFON for free. Well, you have to be a member of the state mufon org that you want to be an investigator
for though. Usually only 10 to 20 dollars. The test for it is open book.
Here's the ad for one in Colorado.
"Field Investigators Needed in Colorado for 2003
To become a certified Field Investigator, you must pass the Investigator's Exam with a score of 80% or above. The exam, available from MUFON HQ, is a
take-home exam and can be completed at your leisure. It is an open book exam.
The MUFON Field Investigators Manual is available at MUFON HQ for $25+$3.50 S&H. You must purchase a manual for your own use and as a reference during
field investigations. Investigator training classes are also useful in preparation for the exam, but are not mandatory."
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