Paranormal Labelled Boxes

It’s become pretty clear to me, even as I sit reading information with no relation to the paranormal, or the mysteries. Yet, still people are disputing each others viewpoints and using such…..what am I speaking about…..BOXES!

People love to place others in boxes, and label them with blanket terms to attempt ridicule or dish out their own little game of ad hominem attack. This, of course, is to attack the person because they can not find a problem with said persons hypothesis or truths.

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The Tay Bridge Disaster

At approximately 7:15 p.m, on the stormy night of the 28th December 1879, the central navigation spans of the Tay bridge collapsed into the Firth of Tay at Dundee, taking with them a train, 6 carriages and 75 souls to their fate.

At the time, a gale estimated at Beaufort force 10/11 was blowing down the Tay estuary at right angles to the bridge. The collapse of the bridge, only opened 19 months and passed safe by the Board of Trade, sent shock waves through the Victorian engineering profession and general public.

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Does The Spirit-Box Work?

So how does it work, how can a device that is constructed to pick up radio waves, be used to communicate with the afterlife. This is what is ringing within the minds of the public and those involved in paranormal research.

You have various camps, with a varying amount of beliefs, with some content to use their engineering background to dissect such equipment, and others, their spiritual gifts to tune in and gain information from spirit.

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Near-death experiences exposed? Really?

Whether it’s sensationalist headlines, or the new religion of science, these people truly believe they have the mysteries all solved. I will go further and say, they wish everyone to get right back to materialism and fight each other for all manner of items, oil and natural resources.

Welcome ladies and gentlemen to planet earth, the place where the killing of animals to try to prove a point, and keep people in fear, is tolerated without so much as a bat of the eyelids.

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You’re the key to the paranormal

It’s like the greatest secret, everyone knows about it or has experienced it but they say nothing. That is, until someone plucks up the courage to engage in discussion, on the subject, then everyone wants to open up and reveal the great secret to each other.

I am, of course, speaking about experiencing the unexplained and ghostly manifestations.

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Lets start of with a term that I slightly modified to fit into my own perceptions of what a Pseudo-Sceptic actually is.

Keeping in mind, I am not speaking of true scepticism and those great flexible minded individuals, who help drive forward real information. Here we talk about:


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Paranormal Lies Told Often Enough…..

It’s such a powerful part of our lives and dictates how you view, feel and sense your reality. It is also bombarded daily by advertisers, authoritative propaganda and some news sources, who pull at you emotionally, so you agree with their stance and the future progression they visualise.

How about in the paranormal field though, is this same wonderful and vitally crucial part of our life bombarded from there too. What is it and where are we going with this…..

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Echovox at Scottish Castle 2013

Haunted Scotland welcomes you to Doune Castle, situated near the village of Doune, within the Stirling district of Scotland.

This is an Echovox session carried out by myself while on location visit.

Thank you to my colleague Christopher Huff for analysing the audio and constructing the material.
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Ledard Farm

Ledard farm’s history goes back to the 15th Century with the central buildings dating from 1604. The farm was a traditional gathering place for the Clans MacFarlane and MacGregor.

Rob Roy came of age on the farm in October 1689 a few months after fighting at the Battle of Killiecrankie.
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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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