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Corny Littmann. Heiko Wohlgemuth. Hinweispflicht zu Cookies. Wir benutzen Cookies um die Nutzerfreundlichkeit der Webseite zu verbessen. The paranormal boom is such that some small ghost-hunting related businesses are enjoying increased profits through podcast and web site advertising, books, DVDs, videos and other commercial enterprises. One ghost-hunting group called "A Midwest Haunting" based in Macomb, Illinois, reported that the number of people taking its tours had tripled, jumping from about in to 1, in Others, such as Marie Cuff of "Idaho Spirit Seekers" pointed to increased traffic on their websites and message boards as an indication that ghost hunting was becoming more accepted.
Participants say that ghost hunting allows them to enjoy the friendship of like-minded people and actively pursue their interest in the paranormal. According to Jim Willis of "Ghosts of Ohio", his group's membership had doubled, growing to 30 members since it was founded in and includes both true believers and total skeptics.
Willis says his group is "looking for answers, one way or another" and that skepticism is a prerequisite for those who desire to be "taken seriously in this field. Author John Potts says that the present day pursuit of "amateur ghost hunting" can be traced back to the Spiritualist era and early organizations founded to investigate paranormal phenomena, like London's The Ghost Club and the Society for Psychical Research , but that modern investigations are unrelated to academic parapsychology.
Potts writes that modern ghost hunting groups ignore the scientific method and instead follow a form of "techno-mysticism". The popularity of ghost hunting has led to some injuries. Unaware that a "spooky home" in Worthington, Ohio was occupied, a group of teenagers stepped on the edge of the property to explore.
The homeowner fired on the teenagers' automobile as they were leaving, seriously injuring one. An offshoot of ghost hunting is the commercial ghost tour conducted by a local guide or tour operator who is often a member of a local ghost-hunting or paranormal investigation group. He is best known for his well-publicized investigation of the purportedly haunted Borley Rectory in Essex , England.
He was also a longstanding member of the Ghost Club based in London. Price joined the Society for Psychical Research SPR in , and used his knowledge of stage magic to debunk fraudulent mediums. According to Price the "man was clever, especially with his feet, which were almost as useful to him as his hands in producing phenomena. An analysis of her ectoplasm revealed it to be made of chewed paper.
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She was also investigated in and the result of the tests were negative. Price wrote down every word that was attributed to Arditi and they were found to be word-for-word matches in an Italian phrase-book. Price had a number of public disputes with the SPR, most notably regarding professed medium Rudi Schneider. Price also invented and used a piece of apparatus known as a "voice control recorder" and proved that all the voices were those of Munnings. In , Munnings admitted fraud and sold his confessions to a Sunday newspaper. This year also saw the transfer of Price's library on permanent loan to the University of London see external links below , followed shortly by the laboratory and investigative equipment.
In , he conducted further televised experiments into fire-walking with Ahmed Hussain at Carshalton and Alexandra Palace , and also rented Borley Rectory for one year.
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The following year, Price re-established the Ghost Club, with himself as chairman, modernizing it and changing it from a spiritualist association to a group of more or less open-minded skeptics that gathered to discuss paranormal topics. He was also the first to admit women to the club.
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Price drafted a Bill for the regulation of psychic practitioners, and in , he organised a national telepathic test in the periodical John O'London's Weekly. Price's friends included other debunkers of fraudulent mediums such as Harry Houdini and the journalist Ernest Palmer. Edward was a World War II United States Navy veteran and former police officer who became a self-taught and self-professed demonologist , author, and lecturer.
Lorraine professes to be clairvoyant and a light trance medium who worked closely with her husband. They authored numerous books about the paranormal and about their private investigations into various reports of paranormal activity. They claimed to have investigated over 10, cases during their career, and have been involved with various supernatural claims such as the Snedeker family haunting, the Enfield Poltergeist and the Smurl haunting , as well as claims of demonic possession in the Trial of Arne Cheyenne Johnson.
The Warrens are best known for their involvement in the Amityville Horror case in which New York couple George and Kathy Lutz claimed that their house was haunted by a violent, demonic presence so intense that it eventually drove them out of their home. The reported haunting was the basis for the book The Amityville Horror and adapted into the and movies of the same name, while also serving as inspiration for the film series that followed. The Warrens' version of events is partially adapted and portrayed in the opening sequence of The Conjuring 2 According to Benjamin Radford , the story was "refuted by eyewitnesses, investigations and forensic evidence".
General criticism of the Warrens include those by skeptics Perry DeAngelis and Steven Novella , who investigated the Warrens' evidence and described it as "blarney".
Stories of ghosts and hauntings popularized by the Warrens have been adapted as or have indirectly inspired dozens of films, television series and documentaries, including 17 films in the Amityville Horror series and five films in The Conjuring Universe including Annabelle , Annabelle: Creation , and upcoming Annabelle Comes Home , spin-off prequels of The Conjuring. John Zaffis born December 18, is a paranormal investigator researcher based in Connecticut , United States. According to Zaffis, he spent his first years studying under his uncle and aunt, Ed and Lorraine Warren.
He also starred in and wrote the documentary film Museum of the Paranormal , which was released in spring and produced by New Gravity Media.
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In the docudrama The Possessed , he plays himself as the demonologist. According to a survey conducted in October by the Associated Press and Ipsos , 34 percent of Americans say they believe in the existence of ghosts. In , the National Science Foundation identified haunted houses, ghosts, and communication with the dead among pseudoscientific beliefs.
Critics question ghost hunting's methodology, particularly its use of instrumentation, as there is no scientifically proven link between the existence of ghosts and cold spots or electromagnetic fields. According to skeptical investigator Joe Nickell , the typical ghost hunter is practicing pseudoscience. Orbs of light that show up on photos, he says, are often particles of dust or moisture. Nickell has also criticized the practice of searching only in the dark, saying that since some ghosts are described as "shadows or dark entities," he conducts searches in lighted rather than darkened conditions.
According to investigator Benjamin Radford , most ghost-hunting groups including The Atlantic Paranormal Society make many methodological mistakes. Anyone can be a ghost investigator, "failing to consider alternative explanations for anomalous In his article for Skeptical Inquirer Radford concludes that ghost hunters should care about doing a truly scientific investigation "I believe that if ghosts exist, they are important and deserve to be taken seriously.
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Most of the efforts to investigate ghosts so far have been badly flawed and unscientific — and, not surprisingly, fruitless. Although some ghost hunters believe orbs are of supernatural origin, skeptic Brian Dunning says that they are usually particles of dust that are reflected by light when a picture is taken, sometimes it may be bugs or water droplets. He contends that "there are no plausible hypotheses that describe the mechanism by which a person who dies will become a hovering ball of light that appears on film but is invisible to the eye.
In his investigations he can not find any "plausible hypothesis" that orbs are anything paranormal. Hill sees the supernatural bias of such groups as an indication of how "far removed ARIG participants really are from the established scientific community". In Hill's book Scientifical Americans reviewed by historian Brian Regal for Skeptical Inquirer magazine, Regal writes, that this is a timely book as it comes during an era when many question science.