At the age of 14, I founded the "Paranormal Raider Force," a team of individuals dedicated to helping people understand the issues from "unknown sources." It was through the efforts that expansion into books and the media was possible as outlet representatives continued to hear about Southern Idaho's lone teenage ghost hunter. But at the same time it was revealed that a great deal of other issues plagued the clients he served, ones that had quite "normal" origins.
Ghosts, monsters, aliens... I've been on cases to go after it all and turned up evidence that could very well point to the existence of such things but as the "hunts" continued rather unfortunate matters came to fruition. Signs of domestic abuse, suicidal tendencies, drug use, and much more were prevalent in a variety of cases. With my own personal struggles in those areas and connections with law enforcement I established partnerships with various charities to help combat these issues while further studying the effects on the mind and in dealing with the supernatural.
"Operation: Sunset Rose," "Mr. D's School for Special Kids," "Travel to Live Again," "Rose Petal Saviors," "Careless Whispers," and "Letters to the Lost," were all operations to help better the world in some form but none ever seemed to capture the full scope of the efforts presented. The goal was a total global takeover; research and development, business expansion, rescue operations, charitable funds, international travel and collaboration, entertainment, and so much more.
However there are no plans to stop any time soon. As the world is constantly changing, so must we all. To be a force of great change for all people is the ultimate goal, to create a timeless and immortal push for the betterment of humanity itself. To understand the foundations of our very cosmos, and to leave a lasting imprint upon the world so future generations will look back and be inspired to chase their own dreams and make their own markers upon the globe...
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