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THE “GHOST BOX” FRAUD | ocprstoronto

Source: THE “GHOST BOX” FRAUD | ocprstoronto

Paranormal Researchers have always adopted various technologies to conduct investigations. In recent years, a controversial technology that has gained popularity among paranormal researchers is the “Ghost Box,” created by Frank Sumption in 2002. Before anyone can appreciate what a “Ghost Box” is or how it works, it is worth exploring some other recording devices that have been used to record the voices of “spirits.” What may become apparent to most people is how some technologies have been used to promote the belief in paranormal activity rather than provide any legitimacy.

There have been various technologies used to record the voices or sounds of “spirits” since the dawn of the 20th century. The earliest such recording, albeit unintentional, was made by anthropologist, Waldemar Bogoras (b.1865 – d. 1936) in 1901. Using a phonograph to record the languages, songs, and beliefs of various indigenous tribes in Siberia, Bogoras recorded something unexpected. It was during the recording of a ritual performed by a Chuckchee shaman that Bogoras also recorded unexplained voices, which spoke in English and Russian. According to some sources, the Minnesota State University continues to maintain and study the recording. Despite examinations by physicist, the recording remains unexplainable. Bogoras’ recording is not only the earliest, but is the most credible and fascinating piece of evidence considered to be paranormal.

There was nothing extraordinary about the phonograph used by Waldemar Bogoras. The phonograph recorded and reproduced sounds mechanically. It wasn’t until the 1920’s that electrical recordings revolutionized the recording industry. Experimentation with electronic communication with the spirits of the dead continued, but it wasn’t until people like Konstantin Raudive (b. 1909 – d. 1974) made numerous and successful electronic recordings. One method developed by Raudive was to record from a radio not tuned to any working broadcast – otherwise known as “white noise.” Electronic recordings of spirit voices gained much popularity as a result of people like Konstantin Raudive.

Eventually, electronic recordings of “spirit” voices – as a technological application for paranormal research – came to be known as Electronic Voice Phenomenon or EVP. The term was introduced during the 1970’s by a publishing company, Colin Smythe Ltd. The ways in which EVP is used by paranormal investigators varies, and some have even attempted to improve upon these techniques by improving the technology. Why EVP is so popular among paranormal researchers is largely due to how recording devices can be used as a means to obtain evidence. However, some paranormal researchers use EVP as a mediumistic technique.

In 2002, a man named Frank Sumption introduced a new technological application to paranormal research called, Frank’s Box – otherwise known as the Ghost Box. Ironically thought to have been invented for the purpose of speaking with “spirits,” Frank Sumption didn’t create the device for such a specific purpose, but includes Extraterrestrials, and other disembodied “intelligences.” Why it is called a “Ghost Box” is due to its popularity among ghost hunters who use it strictly to communicate with the spirits of the dead. It is supposedly capable of communication with “spirits” whereby the living can receive immediate responses, rather than have to review the recording at a later time. How does the Ghost Box work? Here is a non-technical summary:  The Ghost Box utilizes what is thought to be “white noise” – as mentioned above with Konstantin Raudive –  along with an AM (Amplitude Modulation) radio receiver, from which the radio amplitudes (or channels) are quickly swept through, back and forth like a scan. When questions are asked, it is thought that these sweeps across the various AM channels provide an electronic voice for spirits/extraterrestrials, who can then answer the living. In other words, the Ghost Box provides real-time communication with the spirits of the dead or extraterrestrial intelligences. Sounds scientific? Not at all and here is why.

Frank Sumption claims to have received the designs for his EVP device from a disembodied voice, of which he is not entirely clear about. This doesn’t necessarily discredit him, but does raise issues about the credibility of his technological application. As for the Ghost Box itself, there is a completely rational explanation for how it works, and why people believe they are speaking with the spirits of the dead or extraterrestrial intelligences. Here is a brief explanation for how the Ghost Box actually works: By using a repetitive scan of AM radio channels, a combination of broadcasts and static noise will occur. This is similar to turning the radio dial on your car stereo system quickly. What will be heard, are a combination of stations broadcasting music, commercials, news, talk shows, and some static noise. These ongoing broadcasts communicate names, places, times, dates, and numbers, and other wordings. When the Ghost Box is used, typical questions are asked, such as, “What is your name?” or “Where are you from?” or “How did you die?” and so on. As the Ghost Box scans through these AM channels it will produce jumbled names, places, and numbers etc. that are commonly broadcast. This is not even “white noise” from which the so-called spirits of the dead or extraterrestrial intelligences speak through. It is merely the broadcasted signals providing the words as they are quickly scanned. Many supporters of the Ghost Box argue that the answers they receive are not random, but are very specific responses to their questions. To explain why this occurs, a few rational explanations can be provided through psychology.

There are a few things people need to consider when using a Ghost Box. In doing so, the so-called responses obtained from the Ghost Box will be better understood. According to psychologists, there is a phenomenon called Pareidolia. It is defined as a type of misperception involving an obscure stimulus (an image or sound), which is perceived as something clear and distinct. This is a common phenomenon in EVP analysis. If this phenomenon is applied to the Ghost Box, it becomes obvious that the responses provided through it are given a greater sense of attention. However, this does not address the argument made that the Ghost Box provides specific responses to questions asked. An explanation for this involves Subjective Validation/Personal Validation Effect, whereby a person will accept a statement or other wording to be correct, or valid. In other words, when a person asks a question during the use of a Ghost Box, they will be paying attention to words reflecting an anticipated response. Any other information that is scanned throughout the AM channels will be ignored. What the Ghost Box amounts to is a condition of cognitive bias!

The Ghost Box is not owed to coincidence alone. This is not what is being suggested here. Instead, something familiar is occurring here in regards to other paranormal hoaxes and frauds that have been documented. In a similar fashion to mediums using Cold Readings, the Ghost Box provides responses that match or are relevant to anticipated answers or statements. What this amounts to is a technique of spiritual deception. Frank Sumption has provided the Ghost Box to various individuals who have used it for such a deceptive purpose. According to various reports, Frank Sumption has made only a few of these special boxes, and only for certain people. These recipients only receive a Ghost Box on the instructions of “spirits” given to Frank Sumption. Again, according to various reports, one such recipient is a man named Chris Moon, who uses the Ghost Box to charge people money in exchange for communication with their recently departed loved ones. This is no different from the techniques used by modern Spiritualists, who exploit grieving people for money.

Despite the rational explanations offered here in this article, the supporters of the Ghost Box argue that it is a scientific device capable of obtaining messages from beyond the grave. Since the Ghost Box is regarded as a form of EVP technology, the supernatural theory is that the spirits of the dead are made-up of energy. It is for this reason that many believe that ghosts can also be detected through EMF (Electro Magnetic Field) detectors. To continue, since EVP is based on electrical signals, ghosts can influence or manipulate electronic devices such as telephones, radios, audio recorders etc. Although EVP is not being questioned here in this article, the Ghost Box is, especially based on the supernatural theory just described here. Previously explored above, Waldemar Bogoras’ unintentional recording of disembodied voices had nothing to do with electronics or electrical energy. His recording was mechanical. It cannot be considered an EVP because it is not electronic/electrical. The OCPRS theory is that perhaps any recording device can be manipulated by demonic entities. For that matter, any object can be manipulated to convince humanity that there is power in objects, enabling people to use those powers in some way. This is not what the promoters of the Ghost Box believe, and naturally, no one expects them to. Technology has become a mask for which unsubstantiated beliefs are sheltered by unscrupulous paranormal practitioners.

Science is once again misapplied to technological applications in the field of paranormal investigations. There are, of course, credible paranormal researchers – who, being objective – are putting the Ghost Box to the test. Perhaps with their testimonies and experiments, further conclusions can be made about the Ghost Box in an objective fashion. However, the OCPRS, Toronto Canada does not accept the explanations or the “science” behind the so-called Ghost Box. In light of the psychological and rational explanations, and how the Ghost Box is being used to exploit people, it is most likely a fake; a FRAUD! All the Ghost Box

Witch & Ghost Hunter Visit Creepy Massacre Site! | DE #82

A witch and a ghost hunter visit a haunted Indian massacre site and capture creepy experiences on video! https://deadexplorer.com

Per Wikipedia: “The Killough Massacre is believed to have been both the largest and last Native American attack on white settlers in East Texas. The massacre took place on October 5, 1838, near Larissa (north of Jacksonville) in the northwestern part of Cherokee County. There were eighteen victims, who included Isaac Killough, Sr., and his extended family (viz. the families of four sons and two daughters). They had immigrated to the Republic of Texas from Talladega County, Alabama, in 1837, settling on December 24th of that year.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killough_massacre

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“The Devil Is Coming” – Evil SCD-1 Session – Huff Paranormal

SCD-1 INFO: http://huffparanormal.com/scd-1/the-scd-1-qa-tips-tricks-and-intro-video/

SCD-1 DOWNLOAD: http://ghosthunterapps.com/huff-scd1.html

This is rare, but it happens. On occasion, during ITC sessions we may get some low level entities harassing us or trying to scare us. Usually, they know I do not fear them nor deal with their nonsense, so 98% of my sessions are all filled with love, peace and light. Sometimes, I do get evil messages and last night it was probably the creepiest it has ever been due to the clarity that the SCD-1 is able to achieve with spirit messages.

When something like this comes in, I make sure to let them know they DO NOT scare me nor do they have power over me. I also ask for the white light and protection. So if you are doing a session with ANY device and get evil messages, NEVER fear them. THAT is what THEY want! The only danger in doing SPirit work is if you FEAR IT. If you fear it AVOID this work at all costs as your own brain will do mental damage to YOU as you will believe demons are after you.

BUt this video has some amazing captures in it. Not all are evil. some are normal. But wow, there has NEVER been ANY device that does what the SCD-1 is doing. Ever. It’s an amazing tool but only for responsible researchers..please.

Talking to the Dead with the SCD-1. Huff Paranormal.

http://www.huffparanormal.com
https://www.facebook.com/HuffParanormal
http://www.ghosthunterapps.com

THIS changes EVERYTHING.

What you are about to see is a collection of the most amazing spirit communication I have ever seen, heard or been a part of. I am still in a little bit of shock over how well this works but be assured, it works and is a game changing tool for the paranormal field.

It’s all about Spirit Communication. Hearing them talk to us, having them respond directly to questions, all in real time, all live with no use of pre recorded sounds or banks. This is the real deal and I have been working hard with Anthony Sanchez to create what I feel is the most important app of 2015.

Yes my friends, the SCD-1 is almost here and will allow those who are SERIOUS about speaking with the dead to do so in a way they have never experienced before.

This is 100% real. 100% true. 100% amazing.

This SCD-1 APp will be ready to purchase by Feb 1st 2015 and beta testers have included Bill Murphy from TV’s Fact or Faked as well as Tim Woolworth who is a long time ITC expert.

For me, this app means so much more than just being an app. It was a labour of love and passion and a dream I had years ago to create something MEANINGFUL and IMPORTANT to this field. More than just a hacked noisy ghost box that makes it hard to communicate..but a serious tool that is A: Affordable B: truly portable C: Works better than ANYTHING out there.

When you watch this video keep in mind that I have been doing serious spirit work for 5 years now, full time. It has been a passion and love of mine and I am known worldwide as a true “spirit magnet”.

When the SCD-1 is released I will have a full video all about it. How to use it. What to do to prepare for it. The best way to do a session. How to open yourself up to the spirit world and how to use it ANYWHERE even without an internet connection.

The SCD-1 has TWO modes. 1. A real time live radio scanner that is just like a typical ghost box but WITHOUT ANY white noise, static or ear killing pops. It scan live 24/7 internet radio without lags, pauses or problems.

The one thing I added after discovering it on my guitar amp and running a super early beta through it and a reverb pedal is that REVERB enhances the replies. I had Anthony add it and it is amazing.

I am so excited about this but instead of rambling on I will let you watch the video 😉

Always check the following pages for more info on this groundbreaking device.

http://www.huffparanormal.com
https://www.facebook.com/HuffParanormal
http://www.ghosthunterapps.com

“Ghost Box EMF Radar GeoMeter”

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=appinventor.ai_dvbshop2008.GhostBoxEMF

 

Another new “must have” app from the developers of “Talking Spirit Box Radio EVP”

Completely running “offline”, no WLAN or internet connection required, so you may use this app also in basements, churches, caves and many other places.

The app offers different sensitivity levels (1= low, 2=medium, 3=high), which can be changed instantly. All buttons are explained once they are touched (speech support for maybe disabled persons, as required by our blind audience).

The smartphone must be placed on a flat surface.
Start the app, choose sensitivity level and enable (or disable) GPS and GeoMeter.

If there are really paranormal phenomena, based on different sensor technique, you will get a (spoken) alert.
It can be, that the device seems to be touched (by someone) or moved or the gravity of the device was changed.
That will be a proof of the presence of paranormal appearances. Once YOU will touch or move the device, for sure it will alert again. There is NO fake random alert integrated into our app.

Before starting the ghost session, you should welcome them in friendly way and manner and invite them to support you. Tell them that they can manipulate the device’s screen and sensors in any way they want to proof their presence.

This is a good addition to the “Talking Spirit Box Radio EVP”, which uses similar techniques, but has the ability to build words and phrases out of white noise and radio sweeping techniques. You can run both apps contemporaneous, proof that there is “something out there”.

This is NO FUN app, NO FAKE app and has been tested since several weeks now. We received pre-reviews e.g. from a user from Romania, who made some sessions at castle Bran, close to Brasov (Kronstadt).

“I used your Ghost EMF Radar together with the Talking Spirit Radio on November 15th, 2014, when I visited Bran Castle here in Romania. As recommended, I placed the smartphone Samsung Galaxy GT-I9300 on a desk inside the castle, started the Spirit Radio together with the EMF Radar. It took a while when there was a peak on gravity alerted by the smartphone. Some seconds later your Spirit Radio said: “Missy with Carol” which was awesome. Marie was princess of that county and living in Bran castle together with his son Carol / Karl, she was called “Missy”.
Another phrase after a coiple of minutes spoken was: “Lost heart here”. That’s a final proof, as the REAL heart of Missy / Marie was buried in castle Bran. Meanwhile some alerts were reported from “EMF Radar” again, sometimes “X” and “Z” parameters were changed. “Love George Michael” was the last message coming in. I don’t know what these names meant, but i did some investigations and found out, that Georg(e) and Michael are grandsons of Missy/Marie. I did that investigation with your app for around 1 hour in total. I was not allowed to continue my session in Bran castle as it seems I unsettled some visitors of Bran castle. I will continue to do some sessions again soon and will let you know ….”

Thanks to Marius R. for that short review, we made similar experiences, but his one was outstanding.

We really hope you enjoy this app as supporting tool for your personal investigations!