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The Drummer of Tedworth

23rd August 2017 Reading Time: 7 minutes General, Famous Paranormal Cases. 2270 views. 0

We love a good ghost story, this famous story dates back to 1661 and is thought to be a real account of poltergeist activity, summoned by witchcraft.

Why so serious?

10th August 2017 Reading Time: 5 minutes General. 923 views. 0

Are we so caught up in trying to be taken seriously, that we have forgotten how to have fun?

The type of people you investigate with will influence your whole experience

6th August 2017 Reading Time: 5 minutes General, Paranormal Investigation. 1240 views. 1

The type of people you are investigating with mixed with the power of suggestion greatly influence your experience during an investigation.

Old school paranormal investigation techniques

2nd August 2017 Reading Time: 6 minutes General, Paranormal Investigation, Paranormal Equipment. 4978 views. 2

People have been investigating the paranormal long before K2 meters and Spirit Boxes were created. So how did they do it?

Peer review is so much more important than Facebook likes

22nd July 2017 Reading Time: 5 minutes General. 924 views. 0

In a world full of social media where we strive to get the most likes we can, we should be instead directing our attention to our paranormal peers, because their opinion is much more valuable.

Do paranormal reality tv shows help or hinder the paranormal field

18th July 2017 Reading Time: 12 minutes General. 1501 views. 0

There is no question that paranormal reality tv shows are a big part of the field, but do they help or hinder the work we are trying to do as a community? Some of the LLIFS followers weighed in on this topic!

Do we really need the skeptic and believer labels?

18th July 2017 Reading Time: 7 minutes General. 1324 views. 0

Skeptic or believer it seems you can only be one of the other. There is however an in-between and you will find most paranormal investigators sit here, but why do we need to classify ourselves with labels when we are searching for the same things .... answers

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart

15th July 2017 Reading Time: 6 minutes Conspiracy Theories, General. 1934 views. 0

The disappearance of Amelia Earhart is still one of the most fascinating and highly debated cases amongst conspiracy theorists. The story was brought to our attention again in recent years with the discovery of photos claiming proof she was not killed in a plane crash. Sadly this groundbreaking evidence was debunked within 30 minutes by an online blogger.

Why do people use sage to 'cleanse' a person or house?

14th July 2017 Reading Time: 4 minutes General. 7915 views. 7

Those who conduct cleansings or practise personal protection during investigations often use sage. Why?

Why do batteries drain?

10th July 2017 Reading Time: 5 minutes General, Paranormal Investigation, Paranormal Equipment. 3892 views. 1

We often hear of equipment batteries draining during investigations with the assumption it is caused by paranormal activity. Why do our batteries go flat and is it paranormal? How can we use this knowledge to our advantage during an investigation?