KEMP -- When there's something strange going on, you can call East Texas Paranormal. Or you can even send them an e-mail.
The sleepy little town of Kemp on Cedar Creek Lake is the home base of Martha Decker, founder and owner of East Texas Paranormal. Decker has been interested in the paranormal since childhood when she began having "unexplained personal experiences," according to her website http://etxhaunted.com/.
Decker, a retired law enforcement officer, reportedly became involved in paranormal investigations in 1999, and she formed the group five years ago.
ETP investigates unexplained events in specific locations for signs of paranormal activity, and it charges no fee when a case is accepted.
Decker is a member of the American Ghost Society, and she is the area representative for the organization. ETP is also affiliated with Paranormal Warriors of Saint Michael Network and Paranormal Clergy Affiliates.
Decker notes on her website that she has investigated possible paranormal activity at Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana and the Jefferson Hotel in Texas on the Louisiana border.
Her other professional credentials include criminal and civil law investigations, writing and photography. She also accepts speaker engagements and is working on a non-fiction book.
Decker's team includes several other investigators and an equipment technician for the electronic devices used in paranormal investigations.
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