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Just as the title states, this page houses links to blog posts that are posted to help education and spark up discussions amongst our fans and followers. We would love to hear from you, so read one of our articles and post your opinion.

The Pros and Cons of Ghost Hunting in the Winter
January 12th, 2016 08:30 PM


One can go out at any time to perform a paranormal investigation, but to go out during extreme heat or extreme cold, takes a little bit more dedication than your average ghost hunter. Even to the most seasoned of spectral seekers think twice when the temperature drops below that which can make you think, should I go out and do an EVP session, or cuddle up here next to the fire and perform some research. If you do choose to go out ghost hunting in the winter month, we have outlined a few pro’s and con’s to consider before you head out.

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Using your Xbox Kinect for Paranormal Investigations
September 2nd, 2014 07:00 AM


You’ve probably heard of Xbox Kinect. Chances are you know at least one person who owns one, or you own one yourself. Microsoft developed the Xbox Kinect as a webcam-style add-on peripheral device that enables users to control and interact with their console or computer without the need for a controller, through a 'natural user interface' using gestures and spoken commands. Over 10 million units of the kinect have been sold worldwide. This popular gaming device isn’t just being used for video games anymore, however. People around the world have found an unexpected use for it- to detect ghosts.

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6 Things You Should Not Do While Ghost Hunting
August 25th, 2014 09:54 PM

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For this installment of #TechniqueTueday, we are going to cover 6 things you should not do while you are out ghost hunting.   This list applies to any investigation you are planning on doing and if you get into any trouble with the law or in any other way, well, we told you so...
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The Fox Sisters
August 24th, 2014 12:51 AM
The Fox sisters. From left to right: Margaret, Kate and Leah
Most of us have heard of "Spiritualism", but do you know the origins?   Well popular belief credits the start of spiritualism to three sisters.   The Fox sisters.  Today on #SpiritualSunday we are going to look into the Fox sisters and discuss their activities.
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Games That Children Play
August 23rd, 2014 10:46 PM


Today on our social networking posts we covered the topic of "Games that Children Play" for our #SpookySaturday post.   I didn't personally get a chance to research this one, another team member did and I find it quite interesting some of the information that innocent children have at their disposal.

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The 8 steps to performing an EVP session
August 19th, 2014 09:00 AM



On this #TechniqueTuesday we looked at one of the proper methods of performing an EVP session.  This information was posted out over our social network; however, we felt it was important to post it here as well for future reads and comments.

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The Ghosts of Sprucevale
July 14th, 2014 01:55 AM
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Located in a portion of Beaver Creek State park is a ghost town called Sprucevale. Sprucevale was a small trading town that sprung up during the construction of the Sandy and Beaver Canal. After some serious flooding of the canal and its eventual closing, the town basically dried up and ceased to exist. Although there is still some physical remnants of the town (and canal), there are other non-worldly things that still existing in this area.


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The Birth and Death of Spirit Photography
January 29th, 2014 07:47 PM

The Birth Of Spirit Photography

gm_10226501On this tour, we going to go back to 1861.  Here we see Mr. William Mumler working as a jewelry engraver in Boston.  He leaves his post for the day and goes home for dinner.  After dinner is over, he enters his make shift studio where he dabbles about with photography.  Playing with this new medium is something that he enjoys very much, but it is not something he can do to pay the bills, yet.

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26 Reasons you should attend our dinner theaters
July 29th, 2013 02:10 PM
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The following is a listing of why you should consider attending one of our murder/mystery dinner theaters:

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Evidence Review, Tolomato Cemetery EVP Revised, How it all began
July 9th, 2013 02:51 PM
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Last night I was having a FB chat with a friend and was asked if I have ever had any experiences that I could just not explain.   The question began me to think about how I got involved and intrigued with the whole paranormal research and I remember my first capture of an EVP, and that was the video my wife and I captured at the Tolomato cemetery while on a vacation to St. Augustine, Florida.

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