Category: paranormal investigation

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INSANE GHOST HUNT EVENT! Super Haunted School! [WILD YALL]:

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08-14-2017 William J. Hall, The Bridgeport Poltergeist on Lindley Street

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WILLIAM J. HALL is the author of the paranormal best-seller The
World’s Most Haunted House: The True Story of the Bridgeport
Poltergeist on Lindley Street, and also The Haunted House Diaries: The
True Story of a Quiet Connecticut Town at the Center of a Paranormal
Mystery; another profound investigation into the unknown. Hall is
professionally equipped to recognize trickery: After more than 25 years as
a performing magician, he knows how to create and recognize illusions.
He is also an experienced researcher of the unexplained, from folklore
and urban legend to fortune telling, the pyramids, and is an active
investigator of the paranormal. His syndicated column, “Magic and the
Unknown‚” ran for six years in multiple newspapers. Hall has two sons
and resides in Plainville, CT.
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Why are ghosts frightening and not sad?

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When we think about ghosts in general we usually associate them with feelings of fear and perhaps a mystical enchantment over what mysteries they may unveil to the witness seeing one for the first time.  But why do we default to fear when the emotion most likely to arise from hearing their story in context would be one of sadness?  It’s strange how we associate things like ghosts with fear, but it may not actually be purely novel, but related to how we empathize with one another.

Empathy is one of the most tremendous emotions we can feel.  It is what connects us all together and scientists have linked empathy to feelings of life satisfaction and even generalized health.  Meanwhile, fear is an emotion that is very polarized and perhaps is one of the most active emotions physiologically.  And the way we look at ghosts is perhaps telling of our own culture and our species.  And if in the coming years we were to shift from a confrontational and isolated species to a more accepting and inclusive one that dealt less in focusing on differences, then perhaps at some point in the future we will see ghosts not as disturbing creatures that likely don’t cause us any harm, but rather are generally startling because of the mysteries behind life and death that they suggest.  The fear we feel around ghosts is often reflexive, and reflexive fears generally surround feelings of wellbeing and endangering that wellbeing.  But in only a few cases have we ever seen ghosts who actually can or have harmed the living.  More often than not it is a psychological harm and even that is rare when we take into account just how many ghost sightings happen around the world each year and how many seem to escalate into something truly horrific.

While there is no right or wrong way to feel about ghosts – just as there is no truly objective right or wrong way to feel about anything, we can say a truly empathic emotion would more likely be one of love and sympathy for the departed.  And this is also one of the things suggested by empathic psychics to better contact spirits from beyond.  And when exploring why ghosts so often sound distant and isolated in EVPs it may be because they are sensitive to the motives of those seeking them out.  Perhaps there is no generalized way of telling how a ghost will react, but it is possible the methods involved are more impacting a ghost’s perception of us than we realize.  And in fact there is even the possibility that the ghosts themselves are reacting more to the situation than the fact that we are living and they are dead.  The strangeness of paranormal investigating is that it must always be seen through the lens of a paranormal investigation.

Psychics do, however, propose that those attempting to communicate with spirits do so as respectfully as possible when looking to make contact.  Perhaps the term “ghost hunt” in itself is problematic because it gives the impression that those attempting to make contact should be running around armed with cameras and recording equipment.  But there is a very real possibility that they will be offended if their first contact with the living is more of a game than a relatively solemn affair.

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I personally believe that the fear comes more from being startled by something being where you didn’t expect it to be. Also, there’s the underlying fear of death that a spirit may represent. However, spirits could show us that our consciousness continues after our death, and that is a very uplifting sediment.

I’ve also come to find that as I learn more about the paranormal, my fear fades. That’s part of what brought me into this field in the first place.

~ KC

GHOST HUNT IN MY BASEMENT! [WHOA]

GHOST HUNT IN MY BASEMENT! [WHOA]:

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2009 INTERVIEW WITH BRAD STEIGER | MIDNIGHT …

2009 INTERVIEW WITH BRAD STEIGER | MIDNIGHT AT THE CROSSROADS PODCAST

(Steiger joins them at 34:00)

Brad Steiger was a prolific author on many subjects including the paranormal. He had a sizable impact on Shawn and I.

Mr. Steiger passed away on May 6th of this year. In tribute, we would like to remember him through this interview I had the pleasure of being a part of.

Ghosts & Spirits LIVE: Gonzales Prison Mus…

Ghosts & Spirits LIVE: Gonzales Prison Museum, Part B, the Courthouse

Ghosts & Spirits LIVE: Gonzales Prison Museum, Part A, Isolated Room

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19.21 – Mysterious Universe Podcast – Dr. Jack…

19.21 – Mysterious Universe Podcast – Dr. Jack Hunter:

Paranthropologist Dr. Jack Hunter returns to the show to discuss his new book “Engaging the Anomalous” which pushes toward the development of a non-reductive, participatory and experiential anthropology of the paranormal.

We also take a look at the strange story of a woman who was raised from the dead by soup before jumping into the Plus+ extension where we uncover the consequences of your stealth suit malfunctioning in the bedroom.

Ghosts Earn Their Spooky Reputation

Ghosts Earn Their Spooky Reputation:

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New Blog Post – Enjoy!

If you have a true ghost story – send it to ghostieladie@gmail.com and we will post it on our website.  Send in your ghost photos and EVP’s too!  We would love to hear from you.

If you have any paranormal questions – feel free to email us.