Lisa Ward: There are many theories as to what ghosts are, or might be. Which one makes the most sense to you at this stage?

One thing I do believe is that paranormal phenomena exists, whatever that is. I don’t believe it’s just the overactive imagination of backward thinking or ghost obsessed people. Sure some paranormal-type experiences can sometimes be explained by the power of the mind and some can be attributed to normal physical events e.g. doors slamming in… Continue reading Lisa Ward: There are many theories as to what ghosts are, or might be. Which one makes the most sense to you at this stage?

EVP – An Alternative Theory

This month we are going to stray a bit from my typical “practical information” articles, and instead, delve into two of my favorite topics: EVP and theoretical physics. Electronic Voice Phenomena – EVP. With the 2005 release of the movie entitled ‘White Noise’ starring Michael Keaton, the general public has increasingly become more interested in… Continue reading EVP – An Alternative Theory

Science and Pseudoscience in Ghost Investigations

There are thousands of amateur ghost hunters around the world whose techniques are modeled after hit cable television shows such as Ghost Hunters, which claim to use good science. But a close examination of typical ghost-hunting methods reveals them to be mostly pseudoscience. Millions of people are interested in ghosts. One 2005 Gallup poll found… Continue reading Science and Pseudoscience in Ghost Investigations

Paranormal, supernatural, or perfectly natural?

Paranormal and supernatural are two very common terms that are quite often both used to describe the same things. But how many of us know what these terms really mean, and how are they different? My title here is the Paranormal Examiner, and today, that is literally what I am going to do. Paranormal is… Continue reading Paranormal, supernatural, or perfectly natural?

EVP: Electronic Voice Phenomenon – Wikipedia

Within ghost hunting and parapsychology, electronic voice phenomena (EVP) are sounds found on electronic recordings that are interpreted as spirit voices that have been either unintentionally recorded or intentionally requested and recorded. Parapsychologist Konstantīns Raudive, who popularized the idea in the 1970s, described EVP as typically brief, usually the length of a word or short… Continue reading EVP: Electronic Voice Phenomenon – Wikipedia