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A few Orbs i picked up on camera that seemed to follow us all over the hospital.
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Location: Kempton Park Hospital 2012-02-03
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I'm concerned as you have been questioning advice from Bronwen, Marius & myself...therefore my (actually short but factual to the point) response, as I can write pages & pages with even more scary reasons. I'm glad I was able to answer your question, and I can assure you any one of our Investigators at SASPR can assist you.
Hi Carin, that is quite a big answer,lol, but a valid one nonetheless. I appreciate you coming back to me with this information, as now i know the dangers of this. Should i have any further questions i will definately drop you a message requesting advice and answers to this very intersting yet scary 'topic'.
If you still disagree with me, have a look at the following link...
Dangers of the paranormal: a cautionary tale for ghost hunters
No 4 – Fraud
Proper pre-investigation research needs to be done before going to a site for an investigation. Some people get a kick out of falsely claiming paranormal activity happening somewhere and think it is funny to drag a whole investigative team out and try to make it look like there is a haunting. It has also been reported that some investigators have gone to a site only to be attacked and robbed. This --- among other reasons --- is why you never go on an investigation alone & untrained/inexperienced.
No 5 – Equipment
Ghosts aren't typically easy to find, considering they've yet to really be captured by science – therefor the term “Paranormal Research”. Trained Investigators use professional equipment like large lensed Cameras, Camcorders and Digital Voice Recorders, EMF Detectors, Motion detectors, Digital Thermometers, adequate lighting equipment, First Aid Kits etc
I’m sure I have covered enough points to give you reason why NOT to go out and do your own investigations, & I’m more than certain my fellow colleagues agrees with me, as they have practical experience in this field.
No 2 - Attachment It has been experienced that spirits attach themselves to items, people and locations. If an entity likes you or feels comfortable with you, it may attach itself to you and start haunting your residence-whether your'e religious or not. An amateur ghost hunter who has never experienced this before may not realize the potential of bringing your "new best friend" home. This could be the start of a nightmare, and is rarely very easy to be reversed. There are certain precautions that experienced investigators follow to avoid this happening. Also, spirits needs to be given guidelines about your visit & the reason you are there. They should be advised that you are there to talk and interact with them , in their own environment, but they are not to follow you home. They should be re-assured that if they follow this rule, you will come back and visit again sometime.
@Carin - when you refer to disastrous after-effects, what type of after-effects would these be exactly?
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