With an uncertain world, many venues closed and a sense of not knowing what is happening, many people are either forced or choosing to spend their time at home, until this pandemic passes. While you may not be able to attend a 'haunted' location, there are plenty of ways you can indulge your love for the paranormal and even engage in paranormal research right from the comfort of your own home!
Does the media influence the way people believe in the paranormal? Does the media have a responsibility with the way they report about paranormal research?
When it comes to paranormal investigating, it is important to remember that a lot of what we do is based on our own experiences and belief systems. We must remember not to try and push these beliefs onto others and expect them to do things our way.
A paracon style talk covering famous paranormal experiments and theories: The Singapore Theory, The Stonetape Theory, The Ganzfeld Experiment & The Philip Experiment
Slenderman is a very fictional character that has become a modern day 'boogeyman'. To this day, photos which were originally part of a horror theme photoshop competition are posted on social media with people believing it is real. I have researched the timeline of how the 'lore' of slenderman began and how it sadly ended in an attempted murder. This is a cautionary tale with the message 'Don't believe everything you read on the internet!'
You know about the conscious mind and the sub-conscious mind, but what about the super-conscious? What is the superconscious what is the link between the superconscious and our intuition? What is the oversoul?
Now that we are half way through 2020, what Tarot cards can we look forward to?
Glossary of common paranormal terms
Ghost boxes or Spirit boxes as they are widely referred to, are one of the most controversial and polarising items which are used during paranormal investigations. How did research evolve to using a modified radio sweep to communicate with spirits? I look at the history and theory behind spirit boxes.
Pioneers before us would focus on one particular area and literally dedicate their life to researching and developing method to this dedicated area. In modern day paranormal investigation, we use different equipment and techniques across many different areas to work with many different theories. Are we spreading ourselves too thin? Should we find one thing to focus on?