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#1    Bogeyman

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Posted 25 April 2012 - 04:22 AM

Picked this up from the British newspapers....an unusual episode




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Posted 25 April 2012 - 03:01 PM

Well... I love this show. I respect them. I am glad to see them trying to help people. However, I don't see how celebrating her birthday every year with a birthday cake and keeping her voicemail on her cell phone is helping them move on? Its kind of morbid.

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Posted 26 April 2012 - 03:04 PM

View PostBogeyman, on 25 April 2012 - 04:22 AM, said:

Picked this up from the British newspapers....an unusual episode


Here's the news story to go with it -

http://www.ctnow.com...0,1567213.story

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Posted 27 April 2012 - 01:04 PM

Well, if they are participating in actually helping someone then yea, awesome....but most of the time these guys are so dramatic and they hear something every second of investigation and they play it back to you 3 times each time....gawdddd i get so annoyed...my girlfriend watches all the supernatural shows, as do I.  Well, besides this one.  But i just don't understand how you can be so fake one second then the next show they are "helping" someone like it may show here...Like maybe this is just a change in idea to keep viewers watching their show(i could be wrong).  I dunno maybe they just annoy me so much, and the main guy is just the stereotype of a complete doosch...haha but yea thumbs up if they are actually helping for the right reason.


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 01:08 PM

Are you kidding me?! Yet another reason why I am doing what I'm doing. Just another person trying to make a fast buck off the uneducated, naive people of our planet that spend their free time watching Ghost Adventures, Ghost Hunters and the like believing them to be real! I'm going to be writing this man and getting to the bottom of this. This truly is nothing more than a gimmick!

And anyone whom falls for this I suppose deserves it lol. Does he think because his equipment was featured on Ghost Adventures he's gaining credibility? In fact, being he's associated with those moronic simpletons degrades his credibility to anyone of merit. I've recently posted on another topic here almost about this same thing of which I'm going to quote here to save me some time.

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I've said it multiple times on here and will say it again. The world of  the Paranormal as whole is in it's infantile stages. What we have in  society regarding the issue of the Paranormal is  something similar to  the Spiritualists from the 20's and 30's. Frauds  were using simple  tricks and the uneducated masses to milk millions from  society.  Claiming they would contact their deceased loved ones and do  all sorts  of super natural things for money. This only stopped after  Houdini took  it upon himself to expose this fraudulent behavior.

Fast Forward to modern times and the masses watching GH, GHI, GA and the   like and all of a sudden you have thousands of "Professional   Investigators" stomping through cemeteries, people's homes, abandoned   buildings any with simple equipment they've purchased off the internet,   and without and scientific knowledge of how to actually gather data or   use any scientific standards,  they go about making great claims of the   Paranormal.

Some go into people's homes and validate that their "loved one" is still   in the home, or even worse, they scare the living daylights out of the   children involved. Most is harmless, some isn't.

There are a very VERY select few whom are actually educated, connected   with higher education entities and are using true scientific method to   research this. The field of Paranormal Research is in a very infantile   stage at this moment. Where they are simply setting up  the procedures   and protocols for going about the research.  



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Posted 27 April 2012 - 02:14 PM

The "device" is likely a simple crystal detector with amplifier that would indeed be sensitive to any RF source including nearby radio transmitters. This same type of tool is used by power utilities to find "noisy" wiring. Human voice is a mechanical event. So, why would one expect a ghost to be a source of electrical RF, in effect, a radio transmitter?


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 06:10 PM

100% agree with Colorado Paranormal,another "scam" merchant robbing gullible folk.These people should be reported to the authorities for full investigation,and pending the outcome Jailed/fined..


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 06:17 PM

Colorado, I take it you are a skeptical investigator. Childish name calling doesn't win you any credibility. The fact that there are any shows on TV addressing the paranormal is encouraging to me, no matter how trite they may seem. It's standard fare for TV. As to the subject of EVP, it is a very real phenomenon. The voices do appear, and are responsive to questioning. They are often indicative of communication from the deceased. Serious researchers are reluctant to ascribe them to a particular source, however. It may be a shared medium, or evidence of an even more complex process that as yet eludes scientific understanding. It does not take any complex equipment to capture the voices.  It takes patient listening to interpret what is heard. Some voices are loud and clear, others are not. Often many voices are heard simultaneously. Practiced researchers can also develop the ability to hear them audibly as they are being recorded. The voices can sometimes trigger a voice-activated recorder. The entire phenomena should be considered in a serious light, as it may be relevant to issues of mental illness, where hearing voices is defined as a delusional experience. In the case of this story, losing a child may be the most difficult experience a person can ever endure. Whatever means the parents use to deal with their loss is valid, and should not be judged as morbid. Best wishes to the family.


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 07:44 PM

ecto I totally agree...morbid indeed...its time to move on..youll see her in another life


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Posted 27 April 2012 - 10:27 PM

Great... if it works. Wondering if this device comes with a money back guarantee if you don't get any messages! If I shelled out 350 for some 'high tech' I would expect results.


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Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:09 AM

I think sometimes "some" members on this forum are a little dramatic.

Why can't people just be fans of the show? Its for entertainment purposes only. Not all believers believe them and just watch it to be entertained.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:27 AM

Ecto76, have you ever lost a child?? My son passed almost a year ago and I can agree that trying to move on is what's best, it is almost impossible at times. He was only 7 weeks old and his first birthday just went by. We didn't have cake but we did tie balloons to his grave and have lunch to remember him. I'm saying unless you know the grief a parent feels than try not to say things like its morbid. When he first died I was so filled with grief I literally looked into ways to turn back time, I know that seems silly but the pain takes over your life. Hope this helps people understand a bit better


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Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:28 AM

View PostEcto76, on 28 April 2012 - 12:09 AM, said:

I think sometimes "some" members on this forum are a little dramatic.

Why can't people just be fans of the show? Its for entertainment purposes only. Not all believers believe them and just watch it to be entertained.

I agree that it's for entertainment purposes only and I've said it before, I watch at times to get a laugh. However, there's multitudes whom don't think this way and take these shows as fact. That's where the problem comes about I'm afraid. :hmm:


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Posted 28 April 2012 - 12:35 AM

I haven't lost a child, don't have any kids. Hope to some day... but I have lost loved ones, relatives and close friends. So yes I am familiar with the pain. It might be greater with the loss of a child but I can relate to you. I guess everyone mourns differently. I just think lighting a birthday cake every birthday of hers is not helping them grieve with it, is it?

@ Colorado Paranormal... I agree with you.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 02:39 AM

He makes audio boxes for Ghost Adventures.....saw the show last week about the investigation for his daughter...was really cool!!! He isn't the type of person to fake something so important to him!!! It isnt fake either.....they get answers to questions they ask all the time on the show using the spirit boxes...he did contact his daughter...you should watch the show!!! It's on the Travel Channel. Ghost Advdentures came to a town near us last year and investigated an old sanitarium. Such unbelievers here....just like with the UFO's....why do you even come to these pages and read them then?  I have watched Ghost Adventures since the very beginning....and they are not fakes!!!  I have watched them and their reactions and believe me...they are just real people interested in the paranormal only taking it a step further....very interesting shows and you, unbelievers, are only fooling yourselves!!!!!!!!  Ghost Hunters is a great show also....seen them all!!! If you don't believe in the parnormal.....then stay off these pages!!!!!!!!!!!





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