Ghost hunting goes high tech

<  Ghost hunting goes high tech

Ghost hunters spend lots of time investigating The Winchester House in San Jose.

From The San Francisco Chronicle:

Before there were Ghostbusters there was Thomas Alva Edison.

The father of sound recording technology wanted to make a device that could record the voices of the dead, according to his diary.

Since then, just about every recording and measuring technology invented has eventually fallen into the hands of ghost hunters, who stake out haunted houses, graveyards and other spooky locales to try to capture empirical evidence of restless spirits. To this end, they utilize the latest in sound, video and still-image recording, as well as sensors that detect changes in temperature, electromagnetic fields and radiation.

“We’re looking for a ghost or spirit’s influence on the environment,” said Vince Wilson, author of “Ghost Tech, the Essential Guide to Paranormal Investigation Equipment.”

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2 Responses to “Ghost hunting goes high tech”

Austin Post

Sarah Wincheser believed that if she kept building on to that house she could appease the spirits that the Winchester rifle killed. Actually, I think quite a few workers died in the project, and it was THEM who proved for most of the ghosts. Even so, a house for the victims of your work, and Bush does not even give an apology.


I also found this site with an informative ghost hunting video. Enjoy! Ghost Hunting Video

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