So as you know we visited Delapré Abbey a few months back. You may recall the "bellends" story. Anyway, John found online that they were doing a reenactment of the civil war, and he wanted to go and take pictures for references. This time round the house was open to visitors so we jumped at the chance to look around. First thing we come across was the original door frames from when it was the Abbey. I place my left hand on to see what I could pick up, and my right hand lifted
East Drive is right up there on an investigators bucket list for obvious reasons! We've all heard the stories on the family that was haunted by the infamous "Black Monk" which the family named "Fred" Years later after people researched they came across a man who was said to be a Priest and his name was Michael. Allegedly in the year "whatever" he raped and murdered a young girl. He was caught, hung and thrown down a well that the house now sits on or next to. Tales of polterg
Let's talk about orbs. Now we are not saying that all pictures are dust, but 99.9% usually are. Those that have seen orbs with the naked eye will know exactly what they are looking at/for.
Orbs or camera artifacts are caused when microscopic reflective particles pass in front of a camera lens when the flash goes off. They look like orbs of light because they are out of focus. When the illumination for the camera is on or close to the axis of the lens then these things come v
Is the visual projection of pattern recognition. It's unconscious and kicks in especially where faces are concerned to stimulate the fight or flight production of adrenaline. Everybody has it. Try walking down the high street without reading any of the signs - the words turn up in your head and you can't stop it. Example of pareidolia in pictures. Remember if you have to circle it then it's done for effect and probably not real. All our pictures are copyright #research #ghost
In and around 1866 the "talking board" became popular amongst Spiritualist, and used as another means to contact the deseased (used way before as automatic writing).
In 1890 Elijah Bond commercialised the board as a parlour game. An Employee of Elijah, William Fuld took over production in 1901 under the name "Ouija". Claims that the name was an Ancient Egyptian word meaning "good luck", but the more widely accepted name meaning is a combination of the French and German words