Hurry and sign up and join a SIGHT of OHIO ghost investigation class and learn about ghost communication! Author Louis Charles and Psychic Medium Laura Lyn will be sharing techniques as well as ghost photographs and audio recordings they made of ghost voices.
Sign up is now and the three hour class is only $19! There will multiple dates offered to attend so don’t wait!
The offer expires in less than 18 hours from the time of this posting. You can get the details here: http://livingsocial.com/deals/12552-paranormal-investigation-19
Ghost investigators are seeing the use of a “laser grid” on paranormal television shows in order to help detect the presence of ghosts. Will it work? By all estimations, it should definitely be able to assist in detecting ghosts that move in front of a stationary video camera. That is the key: using a camcorder or camera that is mounted on a tripod. If there is no movement from the camera or laser unit, then the only way movement within a stationary set of laser green dots could happen would be if the laser pattern is interrupted by something else.
Which laser to use? Find yourself a smaller 5mW laser to cast your grid. You won’t need to spend more money for anything more powerful and a lower strength laser is safer to work around. Be sure and find one that has an optical lens on the end to diffuse the laser beam into a various array of dot patterns.
When ghost hunting with the laser grid, we recommend displaying your grid in an area where movement has been seen. Also, adjust the lighting so the dots are captured more prominently. If using an Infrared camera, you might need to back down the IR light source by either turning it off or having it reflect off of something. This way the camera can still see, and the green laser dots will be pronounced. In fact, we were able to turn off our blacklight illuminator for our full spectrum camera and just use ambient light in conjunction with the light created by the laser itself. The effect was highly visible to the camera eye.
For more information, visit Laser Grid & Ghosts.
To buy a laser for ghost hunting, visit the Fringe Tech store.
October 29th, 2010 I was interviewed by host Robin of Fox 8 – Cleveland’s The Robin Swoboda Show. I had a wonderful time and finally had the chance to upload the video.
Robin and the producers wanted to do a different type of show this year about ghosts (since it was the Halloween season). She obviously does not believe in ghosts but is a gracious host and fantastic person!
You can watch the interview on YouTube at the link I provided below:
Helping Ghosts Interview – Louis Charles on The Robin Swoboda Show
My friend and fellow author, Rob Gutro, posted a wonderful review of my book, Helping Ghosts: A Guide to Understanding Lost Spirits. His book is entitled, Ghosts and Spirits: Insights from a Medium. I’m working on reading Rob’s book right now and look forward to giving my review in the near future.
Rob and I actually met through Facebook. I was intrigued by his work: he can see and talk to ghosts, helping them move on by resolving the past. Both of us penned our books within the last year. Is the universe speaking this message to people who can write about it, speak about it and broadcast it? I’m thinking so, especially after the recordings I made stressed how important this message is. We need to help others on the other side of the grave who did not transition into the light with loved ones.
Listen to my radio interview with hosts Kurt and Bill of the Para Investigators Radio. In the podcast, you will hear about how we can help ghosts, why need to move beyond the collection evidence, and my explanation of Full Spectrum Cameras and why we need to be using them on investigations. Over 10% of people who purchased a full spectrum camera from the Fringe Technology Store have captured a credible ghost picture using it!
To listen to the podcast, tune-in here: http://para-investigators-radio.podomatic.com/
The largest horror and paranormal convention, ScareFest, in the United States will take place this weekend in Lexington, Kentucky. I plan on manning a table, signing copies of my book Helping Ghosts, and selling my infrared-converted cameras for ghost hunting. Come out and meet me in Lexington this coming weekend (November 5th, 6th & 7th, 2010). Should be a blast!
For more information about ScareFest, visit http://scarefestcon.com/.