posted on Mar, 25 2008 @ 10:09 PM
Never be afraid to ask questions. Sometimes (especially here at ATS) someone who has researched a certain case before will read your thread and point
you toward your answers.
If you'd like to jump in on a current investigation, here's 7 pages of great reading that should picque your interest:
I also highly recommend any thread by MikeSingh. Even if you don't find the case to have 'the ring of truth', Mike always weaves a fascinating
tale. he also sticks with the investigation to the end, and keeps an open mind to all of the evidence all the way through.
There are MANY more I could recommend, but one other off the top of my head. Look for threads by Isaac Koi. That guy can research like nobody else
I've seen. He's got a lot of compilations that will help you learn about cases that exist that you may not have seen yet. Best of all, he's
active on the TinWiki, and on his advice I've been learning the TinWiki formatting this past week in my spare time.
Anyway, my point is, there are a lot of great folks here that will steer you in the right direction
Those are just a few whose threads will both
entertain and educate anyone new to studying this phenomenon.