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Are we spreading ourselves too thin?

4th July 2020 Reading Time: 7 minutes General. 302 views. 0

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?

What is the 'Dybbuk Box' and why are people so scared of it?

2nd July 2020 Reading Time: 9 minutes Famous Paranormal Cases. 17973 views. 15

How did an antique wine box become one of the world's most haunted items? Here is the origin of the Dybbuk Box and how the lore behind it was created.

How I unmask the spirit fakers by Harry Houdini

28th June 2020 Reading Time: 25 minutes Harry Houdini, General. 368 views. 0

Article first published in 1925 in which The Great Houdini exposes the trickery of fake spirit mediums.

The rhyme or reason behind paranormal investigating

28th June 2020 Reading Time: 7 minutes General. 377 views. 0

Why do we do what we do? Is it to capture proof or to gain an understanding? Should we focus on how to investigate or the why?

Blind Spot Bias and the Paranormal

25th June 2020 Reading Time: 9 minutes General, Stuff paranormal investigators need to know. 506 views. 0

Sometimes we won't take another person's opinion on board because of their belief system or how they investigate. We think they are biased. At the same time, however, we are failing to recognize that by thinking this way, we too are being biased.

'Tuning In' to the right frequency

23rd June 2020 Reading Time: 6 minutes General, Paranormal Theories. 599 views. 0

How a tuning fork could potentially help with EVP research

The problem with pareidolia

21st June 2020 Reading Time: 8 minutes General, Stuff paranormal investigators need to know, Paranormal Theories. 1319 views. 0

People tend to become quite attached to pictures they believe are paranormal as they often represent a connection to an experience. Many pictures are debunked as pareidolia which is still often dismissed by many due to this emotional connection. Is pareidolia something hard-wired in our brains or is it a cognitive subconscious decision as to how we interpret it?

Lessons of a paranormal investigator in 2020

17th June 2020 Reading Time: 9 minutes General, Paranormal Investigation. 478 views. 0

With investigations slowly starting again, what have we learnt and how will we move forward for the rest of 2020

The myth behind the moon

17th June 2020 Reading Time: 11 minutes General, Paranormal Theories. 709 views. 0

Is there a connection between the moon and the paranormal?

Getting back into the swing of things

17th June 2020 Reading Time: 9 minutes General. 303 views. 0

As the World is slowly reopening, we look forward to getting back to doing what we love! What some people may be surprised with though, is the anxiety that can come with this 'new normal'.