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Tuesday, 09 February 2021 10:20

Guide to Using a Ouija Board

The Guide to Using a Ouija Board
An Ouija board is not difficult to utilize, however it not's intended to be an independent movement.It takes two to Ouija: typically, one individual can't work the Ouija. Get a companion to utilize it with you. Having a male and a female in the gathering is generally suggested.Timing: most specialists recommend utilizing the load up around evening time when, they say, less impedance is in the climate, however you can utilize it whenever.
Make some climate: the Ouija is more enjoyable on the off chance that you obscure the room and light a few candles. Mood killer the TV and any music to limit interruptions.Sit down: the two clients ought to sit confronting one another, with knees contacting if conceivable, with the board on their laps. Try not to utilize a table. Settle on an examiner or medium: despite the fact that the two individuals can pose inquiries—or any other individual in the room can—just one of the clients ought to be the medium (the one to officially pose inquiries of the board). Spot your fingers on the planchette: you and your accomplice should put the fingers of two hands gently on the planchette, or pointer. Move it: deliberately move the planchette around in a circle on the board briefly to get it "heated up." Disposition: don't allow the board to control the meeting. The medium should start by reporting that the meeting will just permit an encounter that is positive or toward a higher decent and that negative energies are not gladly received. Start essentially: start with a straightforward inquiry, one that requires a yes or no answer. Show restraint: you probably won't start to find solutions immediately. Allow the board to "warm up."

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Friday, 29 January 2021 12:19

St Georges Hall Liverpool

St Georges Hall Liverpool St George's Hall is a structure on St George's Place, inverse Lime Street rail line station in the focal point of Liverpool, England. Opened in 1854, it is a Neoclassical structure that contains show lobbies and law courts, and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as an assigned Grade I recorded structure. On the east side of the corridor, among it and the rail line station, is St George's Plateau, and on the west side are St John's Gardens. The lobby is remembered for the William Brown Street preservation territory.
In 1969 the structural antiquarian Nikolaus Pevsner communicated his assessment that it is one of the best neo-Grecian structures on the planet, albeit the structure is known for its utilization of Roman sources just as Greek. In 2004, the corridor and its encompassing region were perceived as a component of Liverpool's World Heritage Site. The Liverpool Register Office and Coroner's Court have been situated in the corridor since 2012.

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Friday, 29 January 2021 11:43

The Ancient Ram Inn Gloucestershire

The Ancient Ram Inn Gloucestershire
The Ancient Ram Inn is a Grade II* recorded building and a previous bar situated in Wotton-under-Edge, a market town inside the Stroud area of Gloucestershire, England. It is supposed to be quite possibly the most spooky lodgings in the country. The hotel has been claimed by numerous individuals since 1145 and was in the private responsibility for Humphries until his demise in December 2017. This motel was said to have additionally been claimed by the neighborhood St. Mary's Church when originally fabricated. The hotel's unique use was to house the artisans and different manufacturers utilized to develop the adjoining church. It was later 1154 - taken up as the abode of the originally recorded vicar; Gerinus. There are no later records of vicars or reverends living in the hotel, so it is accepted that the nearby town vicarage was underlying the last part of the 1100s.

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Tuesday, 19 January 2021 11:35

Woodchester Mansion

Woodchester Mansion Stonehouse
It is an incomplete show-stopper. The structure began around 1857 yet halted during the 1860s so floors and roofs are missing, dividers not put and windows unglazed. All the mysteries of the development of the Mansion are obvious - something guests won't ever find in another nation house.
The Mansion was planned by a youthful nearby designer, Benjamin Bucknall from Rodborough. He delivered a special Gothic Revival house that mixes the neighborhood conventional work in limestone with the thoughts of the French compositional mastermind Viollet-le-Duc.
The nature of the stone carvings in the Mansion is remarkable: some are propelled by the plants in the encompassing valley and others are life-like pictures of creatures. There are additionally genuine vertebrates to be viewed as the Mansion houses rearing states of Greater and Lesser Horseshoe bats.
Possessed by Stroud District Council, the Mansion is overseen by the Woodchester Mansion Trust. On Open Days guests can perceive how the house was constructed, respect the fine carvings and take a gander at the bats on CCTV. Rewards are accessible and the encompassing Woodchester Park can be investigated.

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Sunday, 15 November 2020 22:44

Gwrych Castle Ghost Hunts

Hi everyone, I wanted to first off introduce myself, I am Chris a member of the DeadLive team and I have been helping DeadLive since 2013 previous to this I was doing private investigations to strange occourances in people's homes
During my time doing the ghost hunts and investigations I have witnessed first hand or taken the picture/video footage myself and some strange occourances which I have later thought about what it could be possibly have been. These have been at some of our event locations which I will be talking about in the future.

I myself work on researching Physic tools/devices used in the paranormal these would range from planchette's to ouija boards to Automatic Writers as well as having a interest in Tarot cards However my main focus is studying pictures/video footage and looking at what equipment is used and what could trigger it which I will give examples of in this blog and for the future.
The equipment used for ghost hunting includes the standard k2 meter that was made famous by most haunted tv show starting back in 2002.
This device is a EMF meter (electro magnetic field) used traditionally by electrians to detect live electrical wires to avoid damage to themselves. This particular device is a single axis which means it can pick up electric signals from left to right or right to left.
The down side to this bit of standard equipment is that mobile phones and radio signals can interact with the equipment resulting in fake readings.

Today I would like to talk about Gwrych castle in north Wales which is owned and being restored by the Gwrych castle presevation trust.

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Wednesday, 28 October 2020 10:57

The Ghost Hunter Helps Sell Haunted Houses

The Ghost Hunter That Helps Sell Your Haunted House
In the event that you think your home is spooky, you've seen enough motion pictures and tv shows to realize who to call. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you think your home is spookily haunted and you'd simply rather sell and get out, how would you clarify those strange thumps, drafts, squeaks, groaning pipes, opening entryways, and such to the real estate professional or possible purchasers?
In case you're in England, you can call Andy Simms – not a ghostbuster but rather a talented homebuilder who claims he can clarify and fix any solid, making your home more attractive or maybe make it bearable and loveable enough that you'll remain.
Find Andy o-line here https://www.mybuilder.com/

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Thursday, 11 June 2020 11:22

Australia’s Most Haunted House

Australia’s Most Haunted House
The first bizzare occurance at the property occurred after the relatives of the Crawley family utilized a guardian Jack Simpson to secure what was left of the structure. The overseer was shot dead by an adolescent who asserted he was affected by the film Psycho.
The main "paranormal" occasion to be seen by the Ryan's happened not long after they moved in on the third of June 1963. In the wake of getting back after dim the found that the house was blindingly lit up and as power had not yet been associated with the house the Ryan's were at a misfortune concerning what caused serious lights which radiated out of each room.
In 1990 the Ryans child likewise encountered a similar marvel subsequent to getting back to the house. The remainder of the family were going to a ball and the house was empty.
The Ryans pets didn't care for the house the slightest bit both their canine and feline came up short on the house gone forever after they were first brought inside. It was three years before any pet would remain, in spite of the fact that the more current pets would not go into the house and wanted to remain outside.

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Saturday, 23 May 2020 12:19

The Haunted House They Cant Sell

The Haunted House They Cant Sell
A Louisiana home operator is experiencing difficulty parting with an undesirable house because of its spooky notoriety.
The sizable four-room house, which was worked around 100 years prior, is as of now accessible for nothing out of pocket in light of the fact that the land it sits on has been bought for improvement and the new proprietors are keen on saving the historical backdrop of the property by having it moved to another area.
The main issue is - no one is by all accounts willing or ready to claim it.
As indicated by previous proprietor Dawn Vallot DeClout, whose family had lived in the house for ages, the structure is as yet frequented by the apparition of her distant grandma Adele.
"She lived to be just about 90 and she was continually delving in the pots, similar to when you have something on the oven and somebody proceeds to glance in the pot and mixes it around," she said.
"She was notable for that, thus when we lived there, we used to hear her all the time clattering the pots when we had something on the oven."
"You could hear someone getting the top yet there was no one in the kitchen."
Domain operator Sylvia McLain, who has been advancing the house on Facebook, claims that an apparition chasing group had recently been acquired to help purify the place of any wayward scares.
Given that reestablishing and migrating the 'free' house could cost upwards of $80,000 nonetheless, it's conceivable that invested individuals could have more material worries than heavenly ones.

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Saturday, 23 May 2020 12:09

Hotel Paranormal Show with Dan Aykroyd

Hotel Paranormal Show with Dan Aykroyd
The author and entertainer is positively no outsider to the unexplained and neither one of the its, turns out, is his family.
As co-author and cast individual from the hit 1984 heavenly satire 'Ghostbusters', Dan Aykroyd has consistently been related with the subject of apparitions, anyway what isn't also known is that, off camera, his associations with the paranormal are considerably more critical than they are on-screen.
His own family has a long history with mysticism, including his incredible granddad - a mystic who once related with Sherlock Holmes maker Sir Arthur Conan Doyle regarding the matter.
Aykroyd himself was presented to accounts of the unexplained since early on, having experienced childhood in an old farmhouse that had seen too much of paranormal events.
"My mom said she saw precursors at the foot of the bed when I was a newborn child," he said. "There's leftover vitality of living creatures that used to live there, I think."
His dad, who despite everything lives at the farmhouse, composed a book entitled A History of Ghosts.
"He's 98 and he's in the room where his father passed and his incredible granddad went, in the old farmhouse at the present time, and he cherishes going through his days there," he said.
Akroyd's most recent attack into the obscure is as storyteller of the new T+E narrative arrangement Hotel Paranormal which reports lodging visitors who have had paranormal encounters.
"It's done thoughtfully, not for misuse," he said. "The makers and executives come at it with a perspective on, 'Kid, these individuals truly experienced something,' and it causes individuals to... come out and not be thought of as insane."
"There are a few of us over here - a large number of us, similarly as we did with 'Ghostbusters' - who've stated: 'We're prepared to trust you. So move it out into the open. We don't believe you're insane.'"

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Monday, 18 May 2020 11:34

The Mystery Of The A3 Ghost Crash

The Mystery Of The A3 Ghost Crash
A possibility locating of a fender bender by an individual from people in general generated a urban legend that suffers right up 'til today.
England's streets and motorways are absolutely no outsider to stories of the unexplained, with accounts of ghost drifters and tormented phantoms being ordinary along certain stretches of street.
One of the most impossible to miss such sightings happened on December eleventh, 2002, when an individual from general society called the police to report an auto collision - a vehicle had been seen losing control and leaving the street on the A3 close to the crisis slip street at Burpham.
At the point when police showed up at the scene they were at first incapable to locate any indication of an accident, anyway it didn't take them long to find a Vauxhall Astra in a jettison close by, darkened by the undergrowth.
Shockingly, the remaining parts of the driver were likewise found at the scene.
What made the terrible revelation all the outsider anyway was the way that the vehicle and the casualty had apparently been lying there unfamiliar for more than five months.
The expired ended up being a man needed for a burglary that had occurred in July of that year.
So if the accident had happened five months prior, how did the observer see the vehicle leaving the street ?
Might they be able to have seen a spooky replay of the mishap ?
Right up 'til the present time, no conclusive clarification has ever been

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