Good advice for ghost hunters!

This article is very interesting and very true. If you’ve read any of my postings about me and my wife having gone through many situations with the paranormal, then you have gotten a pretty good insight to what we had gone through. And yes, what this article says about taking precautions against  “ghostly intrusions” is very good advice…it may just save you from having to go through a lot of unwanted problems like we did. Why I say that is because my wife did go to a couple of pretty old grave yards and other areas in search of EVPs and there just might have been an unwanted entity that may have attached itself to my wife or myself and had come back to our former house with us. Click on the link to read the full article, it’s very well worth reading!

Ghost Hunting Examiner: Dangers of the paranormal: a cautionary tale for ghost hunters
Is investigating the paranormal potentially dangerous? Until recently, I would have said “No,” particularly if you are not a sensitive. Since I fall somewhere in between true sensitives and those who are psychic as a brick, I routinely use psychic shielding methods before I begin any investigation or similar type work. I know others on the R.I.P. team also employ their own rituals. However, I’ve now witnessed something that has me convinced that everyone – sensitive or not – needs to be aware of the possible dangers of ghost hunting and take precautions before investigating.

Last year, a new paranormal investigator visited a popular and reputedly “haunted” site and captured several EVPs. Over a period of several months, she became obsessed with capturing EVPs and she began to collect more and more of them, not only at haunted sites, but in her own home. Eventually, she began hearing the voices with her physical ears, rather than merely when she played back her recordings.

Read the whole article here: Ghost Hunting Examiner: Dangers of the paranormal: a cautionary tale for ghost hunters.

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