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Motion Sensor Theory

Definition: A motion sensor will pick up any kind of movement that passes in front of the sensor by sending out an IR beam.

 

A motion sensor will pick up any kind of movement that passes in front of the sensor by sending out an IR beam. When the beam gets broken the sensor goes off.

In theory when a spirit/ghost has manifested, there is some density to the ghost form. While the ghost is moving around some people think that if the ghost passes in front of the IR beam, causing the beam to break, the alarm will go off, alerting the investigator of activity.

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