Submit Your Experience!
An example experience submission; please keep it to 3 minutes or less!
Welcome to our Experience Submissions page where anyone can share impactful (whether negatively or positively), inexplicable, out-of-the-ordinary experiences in written and video format. Please submit your story using the form below. If approved, your material will be published on the website, and may also be used anonymously in a number of projects, including a book, documentary (we may request a professional video interview to gather more detailed information) and in additional web postings. We will send an email confirmation before posting your material.
Welcome to our Submission Process!
Thank you for your interest and we look forward to sharing our experiences, together.
How we will use your information
Once you have completed your submission, our team will review your materials, prepare a BLOG post with your data, and post to our live Experience Portal. Once posted, you will be alerted immediately. If there are any problems or you change your mind about publicly posting your data, please alert us immediately and we will address any issues or take down the materials.
Please note: We strongly believe in privacy and personal data security. We will never share or sell your data, ever!
It’s also good to note that depending on the progress of the project, we may recontact you to include you and your story in our on-going documentary and streaming video project.
OPTIONAL Video Creation Tips
Before you create or submit your video, consider the following Video Interview tips:
- Shorter stories can often have greater impact, generally receive more viewership, are more likely usable in our documentary format.
- We would suggest you limit your videos to 1080HD (4K is pretty but that size of files are too large for most systems)
- Think about the background of your video… keep it simple, to keep the focus of attention on yourself.
- Think about the lighting… too little is too dark, too much blows out the features. A light too close to your face will blow out your features, a light behind you will darken your face.
- If you are shooting on your phone, you want to be pretty close to the phone for the phone microphone to work well.
- Ideally, mount your camera or phone on a tripod or stabilize it on a surface. Hand held jiggling can be hard to watch for long periods of time.