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"What was THAT!!!"
When out on an investigation sometimes you may experience something that you can't put your finger on. Its's that one time.... that one thing you haven't been able to explain and haven't been able to re-create. So what do you do?
Learn a 3 step strategy to work out what really DID happen.
Would you know if an EVP has been faked?
Learn the tips every paranormal investigator needs to know about possible faking or tampering with audio in this FREE video.
How to create your own sound experiment files
Wanna learn how to create a sound file to use for your next paranormal experiment?
Here's a 5 min video tutorial using free software and audio files to test out if sound (vibration) really does make a difference on location.
How to debunk "ghost photos".
Use this one tip to find out if you have a photo that has been used in a "Ghost App" in this free 4 min video.
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With this video doing the rounds lately, is it a legit capture of possible poltergeist activity? Or could it be faked? And if so... how?
Why DO paranormal investigators conduct investigations at night? Is there any merit to investigating during the day? Can it be more or less paranormally active at daytime?
Can an object be haunted? Can a "spirit" attach itself to something and create possible activity around its own environment?
What are doppelgangers? Should you fear them? What's the difference between doppelgangers and twin strangers? Is there another reason why people experience this phenomenon?
An elusive hominid, Bigfoot/Yowies/Sasquatch sightings are rarely reported. So, maybe they aren't "alive"? Could they actually be an elemental instead?
Science says ghosts and spirits don’t exist yet some people feel that when they leave a reportedly haunted location, they aren't on their own. If you do a paranormal investigation of a location, are you at risk of bringing something home with you.
Do ghost hunting apps actually work? Is the technology in our mobile phones better than paranormal investigation equipment?
Do they work? What types of trigger objects are there? What can you do to test or try for yourself?
Could this actually be a ghost captured in this photo? Or if not, how could you tell?
When out investigating a location at night, isn't it the dead you have to worry about. What are some really important things to consider that you can do to keep you and others safe?
Should you research the history of a location before investigating? What are the pitfalls of knowing too much?
Fear is completely natural, even if you do love investigating the paranormal. So, what do you if you are scared while at a location?
Interviewing witnesses to possible paranormal activity can be tricky. No one wants to waste their time, so how can you tell if they are giving you the truth? What could you do that can help not just your investigation but your clients as well?
Think you've encountered something negative when investigating the paranormal? Should you keep going if you have? What do you do if it's when you are in a public location or a private/residential case?
What would you do if your child asked if they could use a Ouija Board? There is no scientific evidence that they cause harm, yet people have had intense experiences all around the world. When is too young, too young? If ever at all!
Is it something that only demonically possessed people seem to have? Is there another explanation for how some people can be enormously strong?
Paranormal Investigators are here to help, right? Should you take EVERY case inquiry? And if not, which ones should you spend your time on?
If a friend or relative had a problem that might be paranormal, should you take it? Would there be a conflict of interest? Could you be as impartial as possible?
Flying domestically or internationally and want to bring paranormal investigation equipment with you? Here are some helpful tips!
Going into someone else's home to help them find out about possible paranormal activity? Got some ground rules on how to behave and how decisions are made when hiring a location to investigate? Do you have everything covered?
Investigated a property to find out later that the activity has increased? Is this even possible? How would you be able to find out? And when is it appropriate to try and increase the activity?
Should you “out” a paranormal investigator who is dishonest or fraudulent? Is it worth and where do you draw the line? What's the best way to handle it?
What are the best websites to find historical research on a location you are planning to do a paranormal investigation at?
Trying to investigate possible paranormal phenomena in any environment can be difficult, but imagine what it would be like underwater scuba diving. Has anyone else done this? What did they find? What would it be like?
The Oxford Dictionary states Evidence as "The available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid". Should Paranormal Investigators need to be more wary of the use of the word "Evidence"?
Is this a ghost in a hotel room? We break down the video bit by bit to find out.
Does it seem that while trying to investigate possible paranormal phenomena that getting verifiable facts seems difficult? Yes, ghosts/spirits don't exist according to science but if ... if they did... and we have been trying to make contact, why isn't dates, names, locations rare when trying to establish communication?
What IS a SLIder? And what does it have to do with the paranormal?
What are the most common things to debunk when investigating the paranormal?
In between investigations? Something happen to you that you want to explore more about? Intrigued by other persons experience? Got some ideas you want to test with how possible paranormal phenomena might work? Here are some ideas to start with.
IF ghosts or spirits existed, then when is it too far when it comes to provoking? What can you say "in the name of research" when trying to encourage communication?
What are they and has anyone you know come into contact with one?
If ghosts existed, can animals become spirits? What about ghost dinosaurs or ghost ants? Why hasn't anyone seen one of those?
Can a building make a person sick? What does that have to do with paranormal investigating?
They think, feel and have empathy and yet are sensitive to their environments - is it possible?
Sacred Objects and Haunted Items can often be confused. So, what is the difference? And what do you do if you feel you like you've come across one?
How SO you deal with ghostly orbs and faces that others want your opinion on when it comes to social media? Here are some tips on how to navigate these interesting situations.
Burning to death is one of many people's fears. But in reality, can it actually happen? And are you more at risk?
What is the difference? Aren't they just the same? And should or can a person be both?
What is this strange phenomena and what causes it? Can it happen to anyone?
What is it? Does it really matter that Paranormal Investigators should know about it?
How DO you find your local paranormal community when you're just starting out? Is it worth it? What's the fuss all about?
How DO you deal with pics and video of ghostly faces and orbs on social media when all you wanna do is scream "it's not real!!!!"
Here is some insight into when to truly pick your battles.
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