Moving & Displaced Objects

Jan 14, 2021 | Opinion

Moving Chandelier

One of the most fascinating experiences in life is to see an object (apparently) move one its own. There is not earthquake, no windstorm, no fan, no air conditioner, no open window, no explosion – just absolutely no reason to explain why an object is moving around. And sometimes, none of these things would even be applicable. People who have experienced hauntings in their own home often speak about objects like keys or gloves disappearing from their usual spot, and then reappearing there, or in some very weird location. I personally experience this phenomenon many times during the 15 years I lived in a haunted home. So what could be behind it? Is a ghost doing it, is it some form of telekinesis, or something else entirely?

My own story

My Personal Ghost Story(s) My late husband and I met in 1990 at the laboratory we both worked for. Neither of us believed in the paranormal, and in fact we were both atheists. I still am. However, I now believe that our consciousness continues after bodily death....

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Elisabeth Kübler-Ross saw ghosts

The Swiss-American psychiatrist, a pioneer in near-death studies, authored the best-selling book On Death and Dying (1969), where she first discussed her theory of the five stages of grief. Later, she wrote a much lesser-known book called “Life After Death”. And it was about exactly what you think.

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Using an EMF Detector

We’ve all seen them on Youtube, the people (usually young or young-in-the-head guys) who wander around a supposedly haunted location with their trusty EMF detector. It beeps, they jump and exclaim “Whoa DUDE! BRO!

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The (Wonderful) World of Mr. Grey on Youtube.

World of Mr. Grey on Youtube OK, graphics on my screenshot are not great, but blame it on The Ghosts of Carmel Maine. If you love Welsh (apologies, I thought his accent was Scottish for the longest time!) people, and who doesn’t?, and love a humerous debunking, you...

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Ions and why measuring them is important

Ions and why measuring them is important

When an atom or molecule loses or gains one or more electrons, we call it an ion. If it loses an electron (net gain of charge because an electron carries a negative charge) we call it a cation, when it gains an electron we call it an anion.

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could sleep paralysis be the answer to everything?

Sleep Paralysis is a temporary inability to move or speak while falling asleep or upon waking. It most often occurs in people who have narcolepsy or sleep apnea, but it can affect anyone. It is often first noticed during...

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