Monday, August 4, 2014

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Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Stuff of Nightmares - 5 Short Stories to Help you Sleep

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Sunday, June 15, 2014

Horror Stories Coming Soon!

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Sunday, June 8, 2014

Becoming a Ghost Hunter FAQ

You've read the books, listened to the stories and heard things going bump in the night, so what happens next? How do you become a Ghost Hunter or Paranormal Investigator?

Q. Is it expensive to become an investigator?
A. It depends on how you intend to operate. If you simply want to follow your instincts and feelings then all you need is a way to get to the location. If however, you want to collect data and record your findings so that you can analyze the results later, you will need to invest in some equipment. You can start with the basics and build up your collection as you go.
A K11 meter, thermometer and some form of digital audio recorder cover most of the basics that will get you started. Later you can add a full spectrum camera, night vision camcorder, trigger camera and other items like a thermal imaging camera, laser array and anything else you feel would help you in your research.

Q. How will I find locations?
A. Start local. Ask friends and family if they have any strange stories about local places or if they know anyone who has experienced something they couldn't explain. Talk to everyone. You can also research historic building or ruins near you. Find out if you need permission to enter these and if anyone has any tales about them. As you gain experience and become known people will happily talk to you about possible locations.

Q. Is it safe to investigate alone?
A. I would never recommend investigating alone. Some of the locations can be dangerous and accidents can happen. It is always safer to have other people with you. Even simply hearing or seeing something unexpected may frighten you and you could lose balance or stumble in the dark.

Q. Is it true that mobile phones can distort findings and that they should not be brought into the location.
A. Always bring your mobile phone with you. In the event of an accident you need to be able to get help quickly. It is true that K11 meters are affected by mobile phone signals but you can switch off the phone. If you need to have your phone switched on, do not put it on silent and if the K11 meters are showing a lot of activity, monitor the phone and check if it is going in and out of coverage as this too will affect the readings.

Q. How do I know if something is paranormal?
A. Always work on the assumption that everything is normal. Try to debunk everything. Recreate the scene or setting to see if you can find a normal explanation. Rule out contamination by yourself, other investigators, animals, weather or any other relevant sources. If you can rule out all of these then what you are left with might be paranormal.

The most important things to remember are to take safety precautions, never go out alone, have a charged mobile phone with you and only enter property where it is permitted to do so.

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Happy Hunting!

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Irish Paranormal Haunts

If you enjoy reading my blog why not check out my new book Irish Paranormal Haunts: True stories from an Irish Investigator


Read about the locations, the paranormal legends and the actual unexplainable happenings as experienced by me during investigations in some of the most haunted places in Ireland.

If you have ever wanted to visit these locations find out what you can expect to see, hear or feel!

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Paranormal Investigation at Old Graveyard May 3rd 2014

We took a group decision to finish our first investigation – at Timoleague Abbey – and head over to an old graveyard that I had previously scouted as a possible location. I knew this graveyard very well but had always had an uneasy feeling whenever I was there even though this was always in the daytime. 

My rookies were all feeling brave so I bowed to pressure and headed off in the rain and fog to find this creepy graveyard. 

When we arrived the rain had stopped but it was still quite foggy. I tried to take a few photographs from the road but unfortunately none of these came out. 

We heard noise coming from the fence behind us but could not see anything in the field or in the actual fence that could be making the noise. It was like a large animal shuffling around close to the fence.

Taking deep breaths, we entered the old graveyard itself. I called out asking if there was anyone there who would like to communicate with us. After a few minutes two of the team gasped and both said – at the same time- that they had heard footsteps. 

The other team member was checking temperatures and got a few strange readings from inside the ruined church at the location. We could not enter the church as it was too overgrown but she was aiming the laser into the building. 

I continued calling out and asking for signs. We could all hear noises or movements coming from just outside the graveyard. We shone our torches into the field but could not see cattle, horses or any other animals. The noises were like something big shuffling about just outside the fence. 

Two members of the team heard a shuffle just behind them but when we shone our torches around, there was nothing there. 

One of the girls said she did not like this place as she felt uneasy here unlike at the earlier investigation at the Abbey.

We could all hear movements outside the graveyard and one of the team members said that she felt that we were safer in the graveyard than outside it. 

As it was getting late – or early! We decided to call it a night and head home. We gingerly made our way out onto the road to the car, hearing noises close by all the time.

This is one location that will be well worth further investigation as when I had scouted the location in the past with another investigator we had similar experiences. Unexplained noises from outside the graveyard, a strange mist on one of the photographs, a feeling of being watched and worst of all, a feeling that something was in the car with us when we left!

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