Ghost Hunters and Investigators
have noticed that certain paranormal
photo phenomena happens in specific
parts of the country and locations
rural or urban often show different
results. You as an observer might
debunk Sherrie Thomas's Photos as
just a smear on the lenses others
look at them and see more then what
is apparent at first glance.
Many say they see
more then just an orb in this photo.
What do you see?
Real Ghost Photos? It is for you
of course to decide for yourself
if you believe these to be what
they are purported as such. Anomalous
yes by all means. Some ghost appear
subtly says Smith, others with a
flash and a bang. It depends on
how much they want to be noticed
or make a statement.
Making sure your
Ghost Photos are real!
are the most important things to
be careful of when experimenting
with taking ghost photographs from
Gina Lanier Paranormal Investigator.
1.Make sure that you have nothing
protruding in front of the camera
lens. Know where your camera strap
is at all times! Notice how many
so-called "ghost photos"
that you see look like camera straps
or like a finger.
2. Be sure that your lens is clean
and covered when not in use.
3. Make sure that the weather is
cooperating with your photographs.
By this, I mean make sure that it
is not raining or snowing. Round
balls of glowing light that are
photographed during a rain storm
are not exactly overwhelming proof
of the supernatural.
4. Make sure that conditions are
not damp, promoting moisture on
your camera lens.
5. Be sure to point the camera away
from reflective surfaces when using
a flash. Avoid mirrors and windows
in a house and polished tombstones
when shooting at night in a cemetery.
The light from the flash bouncing
off this surface can refract back
onto your camera lens and create
"orbs" that are not of
New Orleans native who has
studied paranormal activities,
the occult and haunting's
for nearly thirty years.
She has participated in
and conducted large-scale
location haunting's and
recently has shifted her
focus to include the investigation
and study of haunted toys
such as dolls, toy furniture,
games and other hallmarks
of childhood. Gina’s
paranormal studies stem
from several childhood experiences
with the unknown including
witnessing full body apparitions
and clairaudient encounters
with deceased relatives.
web site: www.ginalanier.com
Stories of the World's
Most Haunted Cemeteries such as
New Orleans tomb of Marie Laveau,
often carry the same general haunted
theme. Ghost, ghosts and more
ghosts. Many places have been
found where ancient people buried
their dead. Such a place could
be an organized necropolis or
it could simply be an area with
highly symbolic elements (like
the Tomb of Giants in Sardinia).
The Egyptian pyramids were tombs.
In fact the very dead or beneath
our feet literally.
Haunted may refer
to: An area frequented by a ghost
Haunted house, a building believed
to be a center for supernatural
Haunting, a believed recurring
presence of a ghost, demon, or
similar supernatural being at
a specific place.
A new belief amongst
ghost hunters is that the long
lost dead often lead archeologist
to their final resting places.
such is the discovery of King
Tut, and the lost tombs of the
Pharaohs And their mummified queens.
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