Jedburgh Castle Jail EVPs – Sessions 18th April 2015

Jedburgh Castle Jail EVPsRyan O’Neil and team – Tammy O’Neill, Lynne and Gary Knight and Janice Dodds were at Jedburgh Jail leading a public investigation. The team is becoming well known for the quality of their public events and are hoping to expand in the near future to offer more people the chance to come along and see how investigations are conducted.

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Ryan O’Neil Echovox at Ruined Dovecote near Crail

Ryan takes the Echovox to a Ruined Dovecote, just off the road to Crail, and gets some interesting and unexpected results.

This is the full flowing captures video analysed and created by Christopher Huff, Spirit Research North East (SRNE). The two organisations work in conjunction with each other to bring the public the very best material possible, with full integrity and honestly at the forefront of the research.

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Ryan O’Neill at Scotstarvit Castle

Ryan takes the Echovox to Scotstarvit Castle in Fife, Scotland, to assess how much activity is taking place there.

This is the full flowing captures video analysed and created by Christopher Huff, Spirit Research North East (SRNE). The two organisations work in conjunction with each other to bring the public the very best material possible, with full integrity and honestly at the forefront of the research.

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VIDEO: RAF Hemswell

Royal Air Force Station Hemswell or more simply RAF Hemswell is a former Royal Air Force station located 7.8 miles (12.6 km) east of Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England.

Located close to the village of Hemswell in Lincolnshire, England the disestablished airfield is now in full use as a civilian industrial and retail trading estate, forming part of the newly created parish of Hemswell Cliff along with the station’s married quarters and RAF built primary school that are now in non-military ownership.

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Video: Haunted RAF Kelstern by Chris Huff

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.

Located only four miles from both Binbrook and Ludford Magna airfields on the Lincolnshire Wolds, Kelstern was a half a mile north-east of a First World War night landing ground established in 1917 near Mill Farm. Intended as a refuge for No.33 Squadron Zeppelin hunters running low on fuel, it was little used, the RAF departing in March 1919

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Ghost Voices: Ghost Dog Capture

Chris had sensed a dog in the area while attempting the P-SB7 session, so he decided to ask for the dog to bark in communication. VIA THE DEVICE

The dog was happy to oblige…..Can you hear it?

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Do we get many dog presenters on radio stations, I must ask the cynics!

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Spirit-Box Series: Chris Huff & Mark Newman

The part that most people miss out on, while conducting paranormal observations, is the post-research and the start of the real work, in tying up the loose ends of what has been experienced on location.

This is particularly important when you have names, places and other choice phrases via EVP or one of the modified audio devices, such as the spirit-box or Echovox.

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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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Haunted Second World War Airfields Book

For 15 years, the author has been studying R.A.F. airfields and the paranormal phenomena that have been reported from them, and to date has accounts from over 250 haunted RAF airfields in the UK. These begin with ghostly reports at Montrose and Scopwick during World War 1 and continue to be witnessed to the present day. Why are so many airfields haunted? A variety of reasons but one that seems to be a common thread is that the airmen felt that the airfield was home, where their friends were and that is where the dead want to be.

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Geomagnetics & Nonsentients

I am interested in assessing exactly how a non-sentient ghost is physically recorded, assuming of course that Wiseman et al are incorrect in their assumption of the non-sentient hallucination (the Stone Tape). If it is possible to understand the mechanics of recording, it should be possible to suggest a modus whereby the replay may be triggered ; this may then be tested in the field.

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