The “ghost box” is truly a unique idea, you can literally ask questions and get answers in real-time, but how does this work? How is it different than other forms of Electronic voice phenomena (EVP). Electronic voice phenomena (EVP) have continued to be considered the most prominent “evidence” offered of paranormal activity, it seems, because… Continue reading How Ghosts Communicate Through a Ghost Box: Tim Woolworth ITC Specialist
Ronald Andrus, Paranormal Investigator, weighs in on his opinion of ghosts, are all ghost deceased humans or are they something other than that? Ronald has years of experience as the lead investigator of the Ghost Hunters Extraordinaire.
In this episode, Kara and Chauncey have a little fun discussing the thing that paranormal investigators fear most and some odd celebrity experiences with the paranormal.
We interviewed Tim Woolworth, a noted paranormal researcher, speaker and author. We talk to Tim about his journey into the paranormal field of study. Radio Wasteland became interested in Tims work by reading his article: Consciousness and the Paranormal Part I: A New Understanding Radio Wasteland: Tim, how do you get started doing this? You… Continue reading How Tim Woolworth Got Started in Paranormal Research
Tonight’s guest is Ronald Andrus from the Paranormal research group, Ghost Hunters Extraordinaire. We’ll be discussing Oriskany Battlefield Haunted History, Fort Stanwix Haunted experience, Rolling Hills Asylum in East Bethany, NY, some of their Most Convincing Evidence, Tools Used During Research and more. Experiences: The team has also picked up the sounds of a young… Continue reading Ghost Hunters Extraordinaire with Ronald Andrus
We interview Tim Woolworth, a noted paranormal researcher, speaker and author. We talk to Tim about his journey into the paranormal field as well as how he goes about his research and the tools he uses. We became interested in Tims work by reading his article: Consciousness and the Paranormal Part I: A New Understanding… Continue reading ITC and Paranormal Research with Tim Woolworth