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Being a girl ghost hunter ..... as a mum

6th March 2020 General. 369 views. 0

There is something empowering about putting yourself out there as a female in the darkness of night. While there are many historical figures to look up to, it is the everyday women that I admire.

Ladies of paranormal past: Louisa E Rhine

5th March 2020 General, Ladies of paranormal past. 557 views. 0

While many attribute the name Rhine to J.B Rhine the famous psychical researcher who invented Zener Cards for testing of ESP, there was another Rhine making waves in the world of parapsychology. Louisa E Rhine was a pivotal member of JB Rhine's research while also being known for her papers and books on spontaneous cases.

Infinite Monkey Theorem

3rd March 2020 General. 497 views. 0

The infinite monkey theorem is a reminder that weird coincidences can happen. Do movies and books really predict our future or is it a coincidence? It also shows that when you are in the paranormal world, there are only so many ways you can talk about the paranormal before there is some double up from someone else.

Paranormal Book Club: Myth or Magic, Real or Hoax?

2nd March 2020 General, Paranormal Book Club. 427 views. 0

The theme for this edition of paranormal book club is Myth or Magic, Real or Hoax?

What is underneath the sheet?

29th February 2020 General, Famous Paranormal Cases. 468 views. 0

Why is that ghosts are comically and traditionally thought of as floating figures with a sheet? It isn't something people used as a costume for Halloween, criminals would use them to rob people. It also led to one of the more famous 'ghost stories' in history - The Hammersmith Ghost - who wasn't a ghost at all!

Paranormal Investigating on a budget

26th February 2020 General, Paranormal Investigation. 512 views. 0

Investigating the paranormal can become a pretty expensive hobby. Cost of venues./tickets plus petrol, then add in very pricey equipment, we can all agree it hurts the pocket. Here are some ideas and 'cheap' options for paranormal investigating

The anchoring effect & the paranormal

24th February 2020 General, Stuff paranormal investigators need to know. 702 views. 2

The anchoring effect is a form of cognitive bias where a person relies too much on information they already know which influences their decision making process. Let's explore how this can impact us during a paranormal investigation

All night investigations

20th February 2020 General. 721 views. 0

It may be an unpopular opinion, but I don't do all night investigations anymore and this is why!

Pictures of the past

17th February 2020 General, Paranormal Investigation. 419 views. 0

Using photographs as a trigger is a great tool to use during a paranormal investigation.

Kids say the strangest yet honest things when it comes to the paranormal

13th February 2020 General. 310 views. 0

Kids literally say what is on their mind with no filter and no tact. When it comes to the paranormal, it can make a somber moment a laughable and even teachable moment. Kids are naturally curious and as much as some will shield them, they will still search or even dabble wanting to know what it is all about.