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NFMT Celebrates 10 Years 2009-2019


North Florida Mystery Trackers is celebrating 10 years of research. In the past few years, our group has been less active in paranormal field investigations and more active in metaphysical research. However, ten years is a good accomplishment for any paranormal group.


For North Florida Mystery Trackers to survive in any research field, we had to evolve from just another paranormal investigation team into the paranormal and metaphysical research group we are today.

So, what have North Florida Mystery Trackers been up to for the past decade? We are proud to say we have researched more than 100 case studies and have conducted or supervised 50 paranormal field investigations.

Since 2015, We have been focused on content publication concerning the subjects we are interested in researching. Around this time, we launched Mystery 9 Media, a publication and media label focused on digital distribution of content in categories such as unexplained and paranormal mysteries, technology, futurology, and more. Along with our work with Mystery 9 Media, we have also remained committed to our research with North Florida Mystery Trackers. It's our hope and inspiration to continue our research for the next 10 years and beyond as we witness unbelievable innovations in metaphysics and the paranormal research field.

From time to time, North Florida Mystery Trackers likes to check on the status of other paranormal groups that are in our niche. while there are still a lot of active groups out there, a lot of the groups that were around when we started are gone.

We have no idea as to why there seems to be a decrease in paranormal groups, it's not like paranormal activity doesn't still happen. It could be many factors that play a part, but one of the biggest factors may be "burn-out" this is pretty much when you get tired or bored of doing the same thing for many years.

Many paranormal groups stick to researching or investigating one subject matter, such as ghosts and hauntings. When you only research one type of paranormal activity "Burn-out" is likely to occur. This is why North Florida Mystery Trackers chose from day one to not limit ourselves but instead wanted to focus on many types of paranormal and metaphysical activity.

Our research interests include:

  • Ghosts and Hauntings 
  • Poltergeist
  • Doppelgangers
  • Astral Projection
  • Out of Body Experiences (OBE)
  • Near-Death Experiences (NDE)
  • Cryptozoology
  • UFO Sightings
  • Extraterrestrial Life
  • Mythology

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