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Ghost Hunting

Ghost hunters use a variety of techniques and tools to investigate alleged paranormal activity. While there is no universal acceptance among ghost hunters of the following methodologies, a number of these are commonly utilized by ghost hunting groups.

  • Still photography and video: using digital, night vision, infrared, and even disposable cameras.
  • EMF meter: to detect possibly unexplained fluctuations in electromagnetic fields.
  • Tablet PC: to record data, audio, video and even environmental fluctuations such as electromagnetic fields.
  • Ambient temperature measurement: using thermographic cameras, thermal imaging cameras, infrared thermometers, and other infrared temperature sensors. It should be noted that all of these methods only measure surface temperature and not ambient temperature.
  • Digital and analog audio recording: to capture any unexplained noises and electronic voice phenomena (EVPs), that may be interpreted as disembodied voices.
  • Compass: some ghost hunters used compass to determine the location of paranormal spot similar like EMFs.
  • Geiger counter: to measure fluctuations in radiation.
  • Ion meters: to detect an excess of negative ions.
  • Infrared and/or ultrasonic motion sensors: to detect possible anomalous movement within a given area, or to assist in creating a controlled environment where any human movement is detected.
  • Air quality monitoring equipment: to assess the levels of gases such as carbon monoxide, which are thought to contribute to reports of paranormal activity.
  • Infrasound monitoring equipment: to assess the level of sound vibrations.
  • Dowsing rods: usually constructed of brass and bent into an L-shape.
  • Psychics, mediums, or clairvoyants: trance mediums or “sensitive” individuals thought to have the ability to identify and make contact with spiritual entities.
  • Demonologists, exorcists, and clergy: individuals who may say prayers, give blessings, or perform rituals for the purpose of cleansing a location of alleged ghosts, demons, poltergeists, or “negative energy.”
  • Lights out: according to ghost hunting enthusiast websites, many ghost hunters prefer to conduct their investigations during “peak” evening hours (midnight to 4 a.m.).
  • Ovilus/Ghost Box: an electronic device that some ghost hunters claim allows communication with spirits.
  • Interviews: collecting testimony and accounts about alleged hauntings.
  • Historical research: researching the history behind the site being investigated.

ghost hunting kit

Kit consists of:

OLYMPUS  VN-SERIES-PC USB VOICE RECORDER

K-2 ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD METER WITH ON/OFF BUTTON

NON CONTACT THERMOMETER

MOTION DETECTOR LIGHT

HAND CRANK FLASHLIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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