Scottish Echovox Captures

With well in excess of one year testing, I have to say, I am extremely happy with the results of the Echovox application, created by Danny, at Bigbeard Studios. The material speaks for itself, the captures are very interesting – and relevant – and I am yet to find any flaw in the possibilities of genuine spirit communication.

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Deal Castle, Kent

Lieven SmitsDeal Castle was built on the orders of Henry VIII as an artillery fortress as part of a chain of such forts to defend the downs from the threat of invasion from the Catholic alliance of France and Spain during the mid-16th century.

It is one of the most impressive of the Device Forts being built by Henry VIII between 1539 and 1540 as an artillery fortress to counter the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain. It is shaped like a Tudor rose, being perfectly symmetrical, with a low, circular keep at its centre. Around the circumference of the keep are six bastions, as opposed to the five of Sandown and Walmer, with a further series of six bastions in the curtain wall, one of which serves as the gatehouse.

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Chris Huff: Whorlton Castle Investigation

Chris Says: This was our first investigation at a little known ruin in North Yorkshire in June 2013, it proved rather fruitful.

There were lots of spirit contacts and the P-SB7 sessions were packed with replies. It has taken a while to analyse the recordings fully but worthwhile, there was a false start as I was learning the package (audition 3) and some instructions from another paranormal website proved to be rubbish…anyway, its done now.

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VIDEO: RAF Skipton-on-Swale by Chris Huff

Welcome to RAF Skipton-on-Swale, Farmland some 4 miles west south-west of Thirsk in the parishes of Skipton-on-Swale and Sand Hutton, with the A61 Thirsk to Ripon road forming its south-eastern boundary was acquired for the satellite for Leeming late in the year.

The following is a video created by our colleague – and co-coordinator of TRIP – Mr Christopher Huff! The video is part of the ongoing research into Haunted RAF Airfields by the published author.

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[Video] RAF Coleby Grange – Chris Huff

Royal Air Force Station Coleby Grange or more simply RAF Coleby Grange was a Royal Air Force station situated alongside the western edge of the A15 on open heathland between the villages of Coleby and Nocton Heath and lying 7.4 mi (11.9 km) due south of the county town Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.

Opened in 1939 and operated as a fighter and night fighter base during World War II, occupied at various times by UK, US, Canadian and Polish fighter squadrons, the station briefly switched to a training role post-war before being placed on a care and maintenance basis.

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Winter Plans with Haunted Scotland

Can you feel it; the incoming cold as we move from the warmer weather of the short – but surprisingly – pleasant summer. This is a time when many researchers step down their location sessions and get some off-site work completed.

Perfect time to catch up on those reports, get those videos made and start checking on the clients to see if they are doing okay now, after your assistance throughout the year.

This year we are going to do it slightly different, due to the amount of research still ongoing here.

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Spirit-Box Series: Chris Huff at Langley Hall

Haunted Scotland looks at the increasingly interesting area of on-site live audio interaction, allegedly communicating with spirits and non-physical energies. This is achieved via a modified fast scanning radio device, prompting manipulation by any alleged spiritual beings.

Scanning at super-speeds but still managing to form coherent sentences or key phrases, can this device provide afterlife communication with our loved ones or lost souls?

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Norham Castle – 2013

Named “The Most Dangerous Castle In England” due to its strategic position, overlooking the River Tweed and within close proximity to Scotland, who have fought long-standing wars with their English counterparts.

Norham is partly ruined but in surprisingly good condition and well looked after by the English Heritage. This can be assessed by the well-kept lawns and lack of litter in this stunning looking location.
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Investigating in the Dark

Too often it has been asserted that any seances or investigations must be conducted in the dark.; this seems to me to be more in tune with the witnessing of phenomenon in Gothic novels rather than physical phenomenon during a paranormal investigation. And then contrary to the logic of the above people start taking flash photographs – Why is this ?? Why do so many insist on Darkness to conduct their forays into the paranormal, is darkness a prerequisite for paranormal activity ??

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