I get pretty excited when I think something happens. When the moment passes and I am able to debunk what has happened, I used to feel embarrassed and think 'it was so simple why did I get so caught up?'. It is this excitement that showcases our passion. Don't be embarrassed!
A new YouTube Channel is launching Friday 6th of July. What exactly is Worlds Beyond TV going to be about?
One of the first things you ‘pick up’ as a paranormal investigator is that a cold spot means something paranormal is or is about it happen. What natural explanations can cause us to feel these cold spots and what are the best way to measure them?
Roughly 15% of the population are RH negative in blood type. Some people believe there is a connection between psychic ability, sleep paralysis alien abduction and those who are RH negative. I look into the claims, where RH negative blood seemingly came from and look at the data to see if there is a connection.
The popular TV series Stranger Things is based on a book - The Montauk Project - Experiments in time. The thing is, the writer of the book claims it all very much happened in real life and was not a case of fiction. Here is the story of the Montauk Project.
We talk about communicating in languages specific to a time or place to increase our chances of communication. What about using the universal language .... Math. Could this work in spirit communication?
Quite often things relating to the paranormal are spoken with such confidence they can be interpreted as fact. Remember nothing is 'proven' in the paranormal. Step back and ask the questions: Why am I doing things this way? What is it I am trying to achieve? How can I do better?
J Ward prison for the criminally insane housed many famous inmates. One of the most fascinating stories is that of Mr Bill Wallace, the oldest prisoner at J Ward who didn't want to leave!
Joining the paranormal field can be overwhelming and it can be easy to just become passive and not represent what you believe in just to fit in. Be true to yourself and respect the beliefs of others.
One of the biggest problems that most will agree with is that when reviewing an EVP, it is very difficult to trust what you are hearing. The power of suggestion works even within the questions you are asking. So how can we ask questions without anticipating the answer during our EVP sessions? It is a technique that I call 'Envelope EVP'.