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    If you are interested in becoming a ghost hunter, it is important that you know how to identify the signs of a demonic haunting in the real life haunted houses that you will investigate. Throughout the history of ghost investigations, there have been several scary ghost video clips, real photographs of ghosts, and even ghost sounds recorded that seem to reflect that of a demonic haunting. Popular televised series such as the Ghost Hunters TV show and even movies such as "Paranormal Activity" also expound on and display experiences pertaining to demonic hauntings. There are several types of ghosts that may be experienced during ghost investigations. It is essential that you know how to identify those that are demonic in nature for your personal safety.…

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    Geiger Counters and Ghost Hunters: Is it Cutting Edge or Just Pseudoscience? There is a need for real scientific methodology in paranormal research if it is to be taken seriously by the scientific community in general. There are two main competing arguments going on in the realm of paranormal research and investigation. One side says there is break throughs happening in the field and they are using high tech equipment and scientific figures to conduct their investigations and they are very…

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    Ghost Hunters The classic ghost story is shared around a campfire with frightened children, stuffing s’mores in their mouths, or on a candlelight tour around an old city (usually for a fee). When we tell ghost stories, we enter deep time, a thing so infinitely interconnected and complex that it becomes difficult to separate fact from fiction and past from present. Ghost stories emerge out of ignorance, revolve around dramatic irony and distortion, and of course, linger somewhere in the haze…

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    Sloss Furnace Analysis

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    Many people die by careless mistakes and freak accidents, “2014 – 314,994 injuries in mills were reported” (OSHA). This governed source explains that “1/6 of the accidents result in death by injury” (OSHA) which leads us to the spirits haunting the property. The ghosts are more than likely dead people that were killed while on the job. Plenty of deaths occur in the labor industry and are mostly freak accidents, Sloss Furnace is a real haunting due to the known spirits that show on the property…

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    Kurapika had no idea how long he lay in Leorio’s arms, winded and trembly, listening to the soft whir of the ceiling fan overhead. It couldn’t possibly have been for more than a minute or two — and yet, to him, it was as if a probable eternity had passed, and in that eternity Leorio had shown him that there were stars lurking just behind his eyelids. Kurapika propped himself up on one elbow, a little alarmed by how tired he was, and raked his sweaty bangs off his face with a strengthless hand.…

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    by their negative energies. Departed spirits must remain here until they can resolve or complete their mission. Second, if they had unresolved issues or unfinished business they would want to stay until those issues or business concerns were taken care of. So once the task has been finished or achieved then the spirit should be free to go to the other realm. Sounds like the movie Casper right? Many people ask the following question: Can a ghost hurt a person? Well that all depends on the…

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    Every child grew up hearing cliche ghost stories, but there’s more to the tales. Ghosts aren’t necessarily silly, fearful beings said to be conjured up. Spiritual energy is very much a real thing and exists in the world today. Incorporeal figures, commonly known as ghosts, consist of residual energy from life that has passed away. The belief of ghosts is almost always seen as an opinion depending on the person. The debate on whether they are real or unreal is extremely common; however, without…

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    Whispers Estate Essay

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    of a ghost walking through your body doesn 't send chills up your spine, you have come to the right place. The Whispers Estate offers passionately curious people and ghost hunters personal paranormal encounters that are reserved for those kindred spirits that find intense hauntings a truly amazing experience. Built in 1899 as a family home for Dr. John and his wife, Jessie Gibbons. The doctor used the house as his office, working and operating his practice on the first floor, offering inquiring…

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    supernatural occurrences have always been common. When TV became more and more popular stations needed to find way of differentiating themselves. Starting in the 1960’s TV stations began to feature ghost stories. This would eventually transform and develop into the programing that we have today. In 1976 the first truly popular show revolving around the paranormal came onto air; In Search of… hosted by Leonard Nimoy ultimately ran for six years. In Search Of... explored…

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    are no theories on her motivation to do so. Some even allege she was pushed. Nurses aren’t the only ones who supposedly died here. There have been rumors about vagrants being murdered by gangs here, and even satanic rituals taking place. It’s really no wonder that this building has the reputation it has. Room 502 isn’t the only location that has a reputation. During the years of the building being Waverly Hills Sanitarium, people died almost daily. But in order to keep patient morale high,…

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