Investigators often like to label a potential 'haunting' as either residual or intelligent. What do these mean and how do you tell the difference?
Do you ever hear music when there isnt any music playing? While some attribute this to perhaps something paranormal, it could also be a case of Musical Ear Syndrome. What about when our ears start ringing out of nowhere? Some believe it is a frequency shift meaning a spirit is nearby, where as it could also be a case on tinnitus. Lets look into these phenomenas more closely
Why is it that some believe one thing while others are so set on another. Could it be there really is no one size fits all answer when it comes to the paranormal? While we say we need to be open minded to certain things, is it naive for us to think that paranormal phenomena could be limited to just the one explanation?
Trust your gut is a term we all often use. I know I do all the time. In a field where we are always promoting rational and critical thinking, should we be trusting our gut feelings when it comes to paranormal investigating?
What is automatic writing? Is this a trusted method of spirit communication? What should people be mindful of?
How can we bridge the gap between our conscious and unconscious mind? Is this the key to interpreting our dreams? How can we apply individuation to our role in the paranormal field?
While we love investigating with our friends and with groups of people, can we be too influenced by our peers? Can a person 'implant' a memory into someone else? How does this affect how we recall our investigations?
What is the stone tape theory and what is it all about? Where did it come from and is there any merit to the claims?
Can a person 'burn' an image from their thoughts onto film? How is it different to psychic or spirit photography? Is it all a hoax?
Bats use echolocation to communicate and navigate with one another. As the sound is ultrasonic, it is not something we hear with our own ears. If you are doing an investigation outside, could a digital recorder pick up these ultrasonic sounds which are then confused with something paranormal?
Collaboration with Ashley Knibb to bring a new perspective on paranormal research.