How To Be A Paranormal Investigator – No Debunking
Let’s get one thing straight right at the kickoff here, debunking anything is running from a preconceived belief system and thus sets up the process of investigation to failure.If you want to know how to be a paranormal investigator, do not do it, do what I’m about to say instead!
Debunkers will never find answers; they will discover narratives to back up their belief systems and run with these like a closely protected crown jewel.
It was in 1995 that Franks Box Inventor Frank Sumption would come across an article in Popular Electronics with regards to Electronic Voice Phenomena. This would cause the initial spark needed that would eventually give birth to a plethora of designs in the paranormal research community today.
However, Frank would not find the success he desired with his initial EVP experiments, such was the lack of results, he would allegedly shelf the whole area for five years, before resuming his interest in this area.
The stunning building – which sits within Govan – was commissioned by Lady Dinah Pearce in memory of her late husband Sir William Pearce MP of the Fairfield Shipyard, who died in 1888. The building was designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the style of a large 17th century Scottish town house and constructed between 1902 and 1906.
The Pearce Institute was intended as a local social centre for the surrounding community and offered ‘Govanites’ a men’s & women’s reading room and clubs, a library, a gymnasium, cooking and laundry departments, and a retiring room. In addition to this, the organ, stage and gallery in the McLeod Hall made it a popular venue for dance and social gatherings alike.
On the wall at the entrance to the building is the greeting:
Situated on the southern outskirts of Scotland’s Capital City sits the impressive and superbly preserved castle named Craigmillar.
The former fortified residence of the Preston’s, and latter leading Edinburgh lawyer Sir John Gilmour, this romantic location casts a stunning shadow south of the world-famous Edinburgh Castle.
Haunted Scotland thought that Linlithgow & Blackness had nook and crannies galore, that’s till we braved the wintry Scottish weather and undertook a search for the ghostly white woman said to haunt Craigmillar. Is she the only active apparition though?