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PostSubject: Ethics   Thu 20 Dec 2007, 6:46 am

There is no official body that regulates Paranormal Investigators, therefore anybody can call themselves one and head out to investigate cases armed with a crystal, a copy of the Exorcist and an "I Love Most Haunted" T-shirt. This is usually fine, but what is to stop someone acting in an unethical manner, such as telling the witness they been possessed or that a demonic entity stalks their home and their children are in dire danger?

Should the code of conduct be left up to the individual to sort out?
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