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While ghost hunting shows display cheesy scenes of lamps being knocked over and too many people shoved in a room looking for an”experience,” ghost blogs do the exact opposite, creating an intimate storytelling environment the reader can be sucked into for the moment, no matter what they think about the afterlife.
link: http://www.forensicsciencetechnician.net/top-30-ghost-blogs/While ghost hunting shows display cheesy scenes of lamps being knocked over and too... more
A good ghost hunter will exceed expectations with quality evidence, no matter if their tools are the most expensive they can find, nor if they simply use a camcorder with a built-in microphone. These are the qualities I believe a ghost hunter should acquire, listed from least importance to most:A good ghost hunter will exceed expectations with quality evidence, no matter if their... more
Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal romance reminiscent of the Reincarnation of Peter Proud and Fatal Attraction. Elizabeth arrives in Coyote Springs to help a friend. Instead she learns that love and hate survive death.
To read an excerpt go to http://www.theresachaze.comNever Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal romance reminiscent of the Reincarnation of... more
We visit a lot of locations in Southern California, some of them cemeteries. You wouldn't think we'd catch anything at a graveyard, as everyone's dead, and really, who wants to hang around in a cemetery, dead or alive? Yet we do catch things though!
Oak park is a great example of an active cemetery, because sometimes you can see odd occurances with your unaided eyes, in person!
Cemetery ghosts - we revisited an old ghost hunt and found more great photos from Oak Park Cemetery. These are real photos, and we hope you enjoy. View the originals at http://claranormal.com.
Music, Face Off, courtesy of Kevin MacLeod at http://incompetech.comWe visit a lot of locations in Southern California, some of them cemeteries. You... more
(Budget Travel) -- Professional ghost hunters weigh in on how to keep your sixth sense in tune, where to go to meet the undead, and what to do if something spooky follows you home. Happy hunting!(Budget Travel) -- Professional ghost hunters weigh in on how to keep your sixth sense... more
They spend hours inside potentially haunted buildings, carrying ghost-detecting gadgets in the dark. They look for unexplained shadows, search for electrical impulses and ask spirits to speak.
Sounds like an exciting, edge-of-your-seat evening, right?
Turns out ghost hunting is kind of boring, according to members of Franklin Paranormal Research. The group started conducting investigations of local churches, homes, businesses and graveyards in December. They prefer to work on dark, quiet nights in teams of three or four.
"About 98 percent of the time it's pretty dull," said Donna Stokes-Rogers, who considers herself a more skeptical member of the group. "The excitement comes when we get back and listen to our recordings or look at the photos."
During investigations these ghost hunters try to sit still and make no noises. They set out recording devices, take pictures, shoot video and look around. Sometimes they ask spooks to reveal themselves or answer questions. But they rarely get a fright. Janet Flanagan, lead investigator and founder of the group, said most of their discoveries occur after they leave supposedly haunted spots.
Flanagan, a 64-year-old former human resources director, said her team has visited more than 20 places and claims they've come back with evidence of ghosts every time. Most of that "evidence" is what the group calls electronic voice phenomena, or EVP for short. These are noises, whispers and sometimes shouts allegedly made by supernatural entities and captured on audio recording devices.
The tools of the ghost tracking trade include electromagnetic frequency meters, motion detectors, thermometers, cameras, audio recording devices and flashlights. Flanagan said ghosts give off electrical readings and need energy to communicate.
The ghost hunters know there are those who doubt their findings. Stokes-Rogers said that although the idea of spirits and ghosts among us may seem un-Christian, she believes there's a balance.
"For me, my Christianity starts and ends with the fact that God is a god of love and there are things far bigger than what I can wrap my brain around," Stokes-Rogers said. "I don't have a problem in the world with God's creation being something I can't understand. My faith, my Christianity means everything in the world to me, but that's not to say there's something else out there."
Flanagan said some people have accused her group of faking their findings. She said she's not trying to prove anything to anyone other than herself and would ask them why she would spend hours and hours pulling a prank.
"When we first started, my husband thought we were crazy," Flanagan said. "All he keeps telling me is, 'Don't bring anything home with you.'"They spend hours inside potentially haunted buildings, carrying ghost-detecting... more
Is it a ghost, or is it carbon monoxide? The latest article from Donna L. Marsh, your Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner, can explain. Reading it could save a life.Is it a ghost, or is it carbon monoxide? The latest article from Donna L. Marsh, your... more
Your Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner is back from vacation with an article about your first ghost hunting kit. Planning an outing? Here's what you need.Your Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner is back from vacation with an article... more
Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner Donna L. Marsh gives you a glimpse into a haunted place just off the beaten path, that is family-oriented, affordable and just might give you your own spirited experience to share. Check it out.Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner Donna L. Marsh gives you a glimpse into a... more
Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner Donna L. Marsh pays tribute to paranormal pioneer Hans Holzer, who passed away Sunday at the age of 89.Nashville Ghosts & Hauntings Examiner Donna L. Marsh pays tribute to paranormal... more
Want to be a ghost hunter? Then you can't miss this article from Nashville Ghosts and Hauntings Examiner Donna Marsh. It will tell you the most important tool in every ghost hunter's kit.Want to be a ghost hunter? Then you can't miss this article from Nashville Ghosts... more
An interview with Ryan Buell, the twenty something founder of the Paranormal Research Society of Penn State University. Ryan has been researching paranormal activity since the tender age of 15 and is now the Producer and star of A&E's new show "Paranormal State". The exciting half-hour series chronicles the story of the 5 young researchers as they seek to find the truth behind hauntings, ghosts, and other unexplained phenomena.
You'd be amazed at some of the things he's witnessed, including bleeding walls, demonic possessions and EVPs.
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An interview with Ryan Buell, the twenty something founder of the Paranormal... more
A quick Internet search for "ghost hunting" will produce a multitude of sites eager to sell you all the gear and equipment you need to become a ghost hunter. Justin Gunn investigates.A quick Internet search for "ghost hunting" will produce a multitude of... more