120 total news articles found.Activity occurs any time of day (even when the sun is out!) New!
While as investigators we investigate at night for a variety of reasons, the fact is that activity can occur at any time of day. You don't have to wait for the sun to go down! If you are investigating, there is also no rule you have to turn the lights off.
EVP Burst Sessions New!
When it comes to EVP, Burst sessions are the way to go and I'm going to tell you why, , how to do one and what to be mindful of
The Devil of Glenluce - Satan's invisible world discovered
Thought to be the earliest documented account of poltergeist activity dating back to 1655. Hear the tale of Gilbert Campbell who danced with the Devil himself
Investigation of Como House
Find out why Como House always seems to make it onto the bucket list of paranormal investigators across Victoria. A bit of history and of course, a bit of investigating!
Observation is an important investigating technique
There are lots of fancy gadgets and lots of articles out there telling you the steps to getting a great EVP (I even wrote one ;p) but there is one technique that is often missed ..... the art of observation
Spirit Box Experiments
Spirit boxes, ghost boxes etc - you either use them or you don't. Either way they are not going away anytime soon. Here are some different experiments you can try to spice things up a little bit!
The Do's and Don't of photography during a paranormal investigation
There are a number of things that can affect a photo - and all of them are a natural phenomena. Being aware of them and adapting some simple techniques can help your cause if you are planning to take photos during a paranormal investigation. Here are the Do's and Dont's of photography during a paranormal investigation.
Don't knock it till you try it!
Do you quite often form an opinion about equipment or technique without actually trying it? Yep me too ... guilty as charged. Here is why though, we shouldn't knock it until we actually try it!
Your full spectrum camera doesn't really see the full spectrum
A common paranormal investigator's term is 'I took this photo with my full spectrum camera'. While you are using a converted camera that can see deeper into light our eyes cannot see, it DOES NOT see the full spectrum of light.
Paranormal investigating and pregnant women, can they mix?
There are two sides of the fence when it comes to pregnant women and paranormal investigating. I look at the risks and asked my followers their thoughts on the issue as well.
How I started investigating the paranormal
We all have our personal journeys and we are all searching for our own answers. This is how I came to investigate the paranormal.
The Drummer of Tedworth
We love a good ghost story, this famous story dates back to 1661 and is thought to be a real account of poltergeist activity, summoned by witchcraft.
The Stone tape theory
Its a theory a lot of investigators talk about, and some of us may even use it without really know much about it. What is the stone tape theory and what is it all about? Is this the cause of residual hauntings?
What are the odds?
The Ovilus is a controversial yet popular piece of ghost hunting equipment. Most commonly used in dictionary mode, it is almost a game of odds. So what are the odds the word you are looking for will appear?
Why so serious?
Are we so caught up in trying to be taken seriously, that we have forgotten how to have fun?
The type of people you investigate with will influence your whole experience
The type of people you are investigating with mixed with the power of suggestion greatly influence your experience during an investigation.
Have we lost all sensitivity? Derek Acorah doesn't seem to mind!
Derek Acorah has claimed to have seen the ghosts of past contestants in the Celebrity Big Brother House in the UK. Is this news grabbing publicity stunt disrespectful? Have we lost all sensitivity in the name of paranormal?
Old school paranormal investigation techniques
People have been investigating the paranormal long before K2 meters and Spirit Boxes were created. So how did they do it?
The Misinformation Effect VS The Mandela Effect
The misinformation effect is a famous experiment highlighting a memory phenomenon that can introduce false memories. Do these false memories mean some of our treasured paranormal experiences, may not have happened as we remembered them? Another wild internet theory is that these false memories are actually a result of an internet craze called 'The Mandela Effect' suggesting it is actually the result of parallel universe. Whether you believe it is false memories or a parallel universe, prepare to have everything you believe in shattered while I blow your mind!
Peer review is so much more important than Facebook likes
In a world full of social media where we strive to get the most likes we can, we should be instead directing our attention to our paranormal peers, because their opinion is much more valuable.