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OWNE: Lee

Solo Vigils: Have they any Value?

This type of investigative technique is usually associated with paranormal TV shows or commercial groups rather than with evidence based investigations. I propose the solo vigil is too fraught with methodological flaws to be considered a valid data collection technique. There are two main issues from an investigative perspective, one psychological and one methodological.

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The Hexham Heads

The Hexham Heads

Hexham is a market town in Northumberland with a rich and varied history spanning several millennia. The legend of the Hexham heads began in 1972 when two young boys from the Robson family were playing in their garden and dug up two ancient artefacts: small stone heads about the size of small orange.

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OWNE: Lee

Why correlation is not causation, and why it matters.

It has often been reported on investigations that certain events or measurements seem to happen in conjunction with haunting type experiences or at locations where these experiences are said to occur. A change in EMF readings, temperature drops, seemingly whispered voices, knocks, bangs and a feeling of being touched are commonly reported. Additionally, it is also common to research the history related to the location. This becomes especially salient if it reveals tragedy or deaths during its habitation or occupation.

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OWNE: Gayle

A naked American man stole my balloons ….

I love a good old fashioned film monster, but I have an extra soft spot for the werewolf. I feel a bit sorry for them, they don’t seem to get as much glamour as other film nasties. Unlike their film cousins, the vampire, they very rarely get the girl. The poor werewolf often wakes up in compromising situations, after a night out (many of us can empathise a bit).

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OWNE: Lee

Unity in the community: Another paranormal delusion?

It seems there are ever increasing appeals for unity within the “paranormal” world. Well, to be more accurate these calls tend to originate with amateur paranormal and ghost hunting groups. There is no question, at least superficially, that one could argue against unity between groups or individuals involved in the paranormal in any way…however, I will.

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Jack Brewer

An interview with Jack Brewer

Jack Brewer is a respected UFO, alien abduction, & intelligence community researcher and commentator. He is also author of the much lauded blog, The UFO Trail and recent book, The Greys Have Been Framed. Known for his measured perspective on anomalous topics and research, Jack most certainly lives up to the “credible info on incredible topics” tagline of his blog.

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William J. Grabowski

An interview with William J. Grabowski

Independent writer/editor, author of JOHNNY FLASH, THE UNTOLD, and FLOWERS ON THE MOON; over 250 short stories, articles, interviews and reviews in CEMETERY DANCE, BEWARE THE DARK, and NPR-associated WIRELESS; on the Web at Forbes, 2 Paragraphs, Magonia Blog, Hellnotes, Horror World and others.

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Steve Parsons

An interview with Steve Parsons

Steve Parsons is one of the UK’s most well regarded paranormal investigators and co-founder of Para.Science, one of the country’s leading and most respected investigative groups.

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OWNE: Lee

Respect for the dead? What about the living?

I’ve seen a good few posts by groups lately urging investigators to show respect to the spirits they are hunting. Leaving the assumptions inherent in that aside for a moment, let’s say it’s a laudable statement. I would however argue there is a more pressing concern, and that is showing respect for those whom haven’t passed over to the other side just yet.

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Dr Caroline Watt

An interview with Dr. Caroline Watt

Dr Caroline Watt is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Edinburgh. She is also a founder member of the Koestler Parapsychology Unit at the university, which studies PSI phenomenon and other anomalous experiences from an academic perspective.

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