Right you are, vamp.
KRC: I think we probably agree, and at this point are into semantics. See for me, when I say debunk, I mean somebody complains about banging in the walls, you check the plumbing; flickering lights, you check the electricity; the sound of a bucket dropping, you see if there's an open shutter; you catch a bit of light, see if there's a mirror or a window... attempting first to debunk before counting your evidence.
But I mean this scientifically; I think (as we bring this back to TAPS) that this particular group holds more to this idea, rather than denying supernatural evidence, however improbable the mundane.
We do agree. I wasn't talking about that kind of thing. I was strictly discussing evidence here and the mind set of going into the investigation. We always go in neutral.
An example of what you are talking about...during our investigation of the chase on the lake hotel we were doing a tour previous to setting up. A door slammed after we walked by. Upon investigation, we discovered that it was the wind which had shifted directions and came through an open window. I shut the window and we never heard the door again. Yes, we do agree.
I just can't put any faith into what TAPS does for all of the reaons listed above.