A guide to ghost science

24 March, 2011 // 29 Comments

There are many people who claim to investigate ghosts using a scientific approach, but this is a claim that should not be taken at face value because a lot of people who make this claim are actually using pseudo-scientific methods without necessarily realising it. These are methods that can be misleading and can provide false positives. Before I [...]

The Q-link pendant

22 March, 2011 // 7 Comments

According to the suppliers, our biofields are negatively impacted by flickering computer monitors, irate bosses, cell phones, emotional stress, tabloid television, and traffic jams. We are literally bombarded with frequencies that wear us down. That’s why it is essential to recharge. The ASA agree that this is misleading, Hayley blogs about why. [...]

To a descendant

19 March, 2011 // 0 Comments

To a descendant by Lorna Wood I shall not be an importunate, nagging ghost, Sighing for unsaid prayers: or a family spectre Advertising that someone is due to join me… Nor one who has to be exorcised by the Rector. I shall not be the commercial type of ghost, Pointing to boxes of gold under the floor And I certainly don’t intend to jangle [...]

The internet is haunted

1 March, 2011 // 11 Comments

I was thinking the other day ‘What would happen to my blog if I suddenly died?’, I realise it’s quite a macabre thought but I’ve found death has become less taboo for me the more I’m involved with ghost research. It’s just part of life, an ending to something beautiful that is, in itself, beautiful. I realised [...]

Conversations with a London pro-lifer

26 February, 2011 // 31 Comments

Their aim is an end to abortion throughout the UK and they plan to make this happen through peaceful prayer. Their name is ’40Days For Life- London’ and their next campaign is kicking off in a weeks time in London.According to their website: “From March 9th 2011 – April 17th 2011 our community will be one of many cities [...]

The Worst Ghosts Of 2010

27 December, 2010 // 1 Comment

It’s fair to say that some of the ghost stories that grace the newspapers and news websites often leave the more rationally minded of us staring at our screens with sheer horror. Horrified, not by the latest ‘spectres’ to have been caught on camera or film, but by the fact that anyone could have thought what was caught was news worthy. With [...]

The hidden danger of charity fatigue

4 December, 2010 // 3 Comments

*update* You can donate just £2 to the NSPCC here as part of the facebook profile picture campaign! I changed my profile picture on Facebook to a picture of the original Fireman Sam because I used to watch Fireman Sam all the time when I was younger. I even had a plastic firemans helmet and my cousin and I would run around the garden with my [...]

Paranormal Investigation: Live

18 October, 2010 // 80 Comments

I’m feeling rather frustrated and annoyed and it’s all because of an advert I just saw on LivingTV. It was for a program called ‘Paranormal Investigation: Live’ in which, the trailer says, two paranormal research teams – “one using spiritual methods & one science” will investigate one of [...]

Using lasers to hunt ghosts

11 September, 2010 // 3 Comments

Last week I wrote an article for the Wiltshire Phenomena Research website about the latest ghost hunting fad, Green laser grids. You can read the article by clicking here. For those not in the know, Wiltshire Phenomena Research is the investigation team I helped to form back in 2005. As I’m sure many of my readers are aware, there is a trend [...]

When ghost hunters cross the line

22 July, 2010 // 5 Comments

I just read this news story from the US about some teenagers who were caught trespassing in a Hubbard Park in Connecticut which is near the former Undercliff Sanatorium for children. They were found by police, and the group of “amateur ghost hunters” set off on foot to try and escape the police. Instead, they fell off of a cliff and [...]
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