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5 Tips for Using a Digital Camera for Paranormal Research

January 11th, 2018 07:00 PM
In this video we give you 5 tips on how we use a digital camera for paranormal research.

10 Basic Guidelines for EVP Sessions

April 21st, 2014 11:56 AM
Any paranormal investigator will tell you that an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) session is one of the basic investigation techniques that is performed.  There are several ways to approach conducting a session, and of course there are differences of opinions amongst investigators as to which technique works the best.  The problem with finding which technique is the best is due to paranormal research being such an open field, and as an investigator, you need to determine which technique works best for you.

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20 Tips for Using a Camera During a Ghost Hunt

April 15th, 2014 02:44 PM

One of the most important items you can take with you on an investigation is a camera.  Even the camera on your cell phone will work trying to capture some evidence.  There are several theories out there that say that film is better than digital, but you can find about the same amount of theories that say digital is better than film.  Either way you look at it, having a camera with you is better than not having one at all.

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The Haunted Rogers Rogers House: Review of EVP Evidence

March 2nd, 2014 12:07 PM
On February 22, 2014, The Dark Shadow Ghost Tours/PANICd core team traveled to the Haunted Rogers House to conduct a preliminary research of the property to see if the location would be a good fit for future tours and to determine if the location should be inducted into the database.
During our investigation we recorded several hours of audio on different recorders and since then Andrea Rufner, a team member, has been reviewing the audio evidence. This is a very tedious process to listen to the different recordings and tag the evidence when something is found.
Based on some of her findings, I have decided to conduct a little interview with her about this location and her experience in the review of the audio evidence. The following is the result of that interview:

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K-II Meter

November 4th, 2013 01:14 PM

One of my favorite pieces of equipment to investigation with is the K-II meter.  The K-II meter can be used to pick up on Electromagnetic fields, or EMFs, which are emitted by electrical devices of all types.  EMFs are everywhere, originating form appliances, cell phones, electrical wiring, and even the human body.

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Analyzing Video Evidence on YouTube

February 2nd, 2011 01:03 PM
I have found that video evidence is among the most common evidence recorded and posted about paranormal activity; however, it is also the target for those who like to fake or spoof evidence as well. One should keep in mind that there are those out there who do not believe at all in the paranormal and love nothing more than to waste their time (and yours) by creating prank videos to spark off great controversy and debates within the paranormal investigation community. With this being said, one should take caution while searching for video evidence on the Internet that may prove (or debunk) a paranormal claim.

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