Wednesday, 31 July 2013

The Best Ghost-Hunting Equipment

Anyone who knows me, knows that I have a dirty little secret. If I had a chance I would run away with like-minded people and become a paranormal investigator, unveiling the truth behind the ghastliest nooks and crannies of the worlds most haunted locations. This doesn't have the most welcomed potential to happen. However if it does, I need to stay prepared. Here's a lowdown on all the equipment I will be carrying in my kit one day.

NIGHT VISION AND FULL SPECTRUM CAMERAS
These help you gain access to high quality images, capturing potential paranormal activity. The night vision shows unseen infrared light, whilst the full spectrum let's us see far beyond our eye sight

COMPASS
As a compass reacts to any magnetic or electrical stimulus out of the ordinary, it is ideal for picking up electromagnetic forces.

THERMOMETER
A rapid drop of temperature can indicate the presence of spirits.

CONTROL OBJECT
A small object such as a coin would be perfect. This needs to be placed on a piece of paper on a table. A circle should be drawn around the coin. Later the coin should be re-examined to see if it has been moved.

EMF DETECTOR
These detectors can pick up electronic fields over a range of frequencies. Apparently ghosts have the ability to manipulate these fields.

EVP DETECTOR
You usually see these in all those paranormal documentaries! These detectors pick up electronic voice phenomenon. A must for communicating with spirits from beyond.

NIGHT VISION VIDEO CAMERA
Allows us to see a lot more than we can with the naked eye.

SPIRIT WIND CHIME
More commonly known as a 'ghost catcher'. Place away from drafts and winds and you'll know of an unknown presence if it moves!

CANDLES, MATCHES and EXTRA BATTERIES
Ghost hunters believe that paranormal energy can drain equipment energy. Bring extra back-up!

WALKIE TALKIE AND FLASHLIGHTS
Stay in touch and stay safe!
GOOD LUCK! 
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