We all meet people along the way on our paranormal journeys. We sometimes underestimate how important they are to us.
When most people go out on their own to do a paranormal investigation, one of the first places they tend to go is a cemetery. The thing is, there usually isn't much going on and sometimes it is something that should be left alone.
Do you have a piece of jewellery you wear or a special ritual you perform which is supposed to keep evil away? If you do, this is known as Apotropaic magic. So what is it all about?
When reviewing photos, we are always telling people to look at the EXIF data because it is a valuable tool to understanding the conditions in which a photo was taken. I explain what the EXIF Data is, how to access it and what things you should be looking at when reviewing photos for 'paranormal evidence'.
We are often contacted for advice and a lot of investigators deal with private cases to help those in need. We are always willing to help at different levels, but sometimes things just don't feel right. What are some of the common scenarios and what do you do about it?
The Banshee is part of Irish mythology thought to be a messenger from the other side. Here is a famous story from 1770 of a well respected Reverend who became ill with reports of a Banshee calling out for him a week before his death.
We are aware how much the power of suggestion can influence a person, particularly during an investigation. While we take this into account, it is the subtle suggestions that are influencing us and we don't even realise.
On Saturday 16th of December, I was lucky enough to attend a special screening of season 1 of Strange Curiosity from the Klinge Brothers, hosted by my friends at Australian Paranormal Society
A lot of private call outs are to people who have moved into a new property with claims of a haunting. While it could be something paranormal, it could also very possibly be a known condition called 'The New House Effect'. Here is what you need to know about an unfamiliar setting causing havoc with your brain.
In the next instalment, we head into the room everyone seems to be drawn to, affectionately known by volunteers as 'The Death Room'