The Paranormal Intelligence Agency is a joint U.S.–Canada government agency charged with investigating paranormal activity and providing defense against Black Lands entities.
The PIA was created in 1952 with the signing of the Black Lands Security Act by U.S. President Harry S. Truman and Canadian Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent.
The PIA’s mission is to develop a better understanding of paranormal phenomena, specifically as it relates to threats against the national security of both countries.
The Director of the Paranormal Intelligence Agency oversees the operations of some 17,000 employees stationed at 42 fields offices in the United States and Canada.
PIA headquarters is located in Boca Sombra, Florida.