Haven't we all wondered how ghost talk to the living at one time or another? I was thinking about this the other day, and after digging into some old research of mine, I decided to cover this very topic as my next blog post.
So how is it that when ghosts of the departed are heard in haunted houses, on recording devices, or over ghost box radios that their voices sound rather similar to when they were alive? Now we all are aware of the various ways ghosts communicate with the living, but have you ever wondered why you might have felt a bit of familiarity in such an event? Firstly, the sounds of our voices imprint upon our consciousness so we retain that when we die. Usually when a ghost telepathically communicates with a person they knew in real life then the voice is often as the observer remembers it.
Ghosts need to have the energy to manifest in our reality so they save power where they can. Communicating directly with people’s minds is easier than physically vibrating the air molecules to reproduce their voice. Ghosts will often use telepathy to convey their voice forth. Since ghosts are a form of energy they register on the electromagnetic spectrum, and manipulation of that spectrum is how they manifest in various forms. This includes their voice being heard over the radio waves (EVP) which are the lowest energy on the EM spectrum. So recorded capture on devices, such as ghost spirit boxes, that receive radio waves are the most common form of spiritual communication with higher dimensional beings including ghosts of dead humans. Additionally some people can actually hear ghost radio wave voices thanks to a mix of their hearing abilities, and the ghosts’ projection power.
So the next time you want to communicate with your late great-aunt, just try to keep in mind the energy she is putting forth just to communicate with a nearness only you or another family member can recognize. It's actually sweet in a ghostly way.
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From centuries people are talking about ghosts, spirits and all other supernatural events. Ghosts, spirits and other paranormal events are hot topics of conversation from ages. Many people believe in ghosts and others believe that all the strange events can be explained with the help of science. Keep on reading this article if you want to understand what are ghosts and how they are explained by different type of people and religions.
Some people think that ghosts are spirit of people who have died in the past. The presence of spirits is also explained in different ways. Some people think that ghosts remain in this world to complete there unfinished business. According to some religions ghosts are the demons that mean helpers of devil. I am sure that you heard about ghost sightings, spiritual communication, and other supernatural activities. Most often Hauntings occur in places where people have died or where their bodies are buried.
Nowadays many people and even scientists are trying to study ghosts and other unexplained stories. Some instruments which are used to interact with ghosts are infrared sensors, thermal cameras, Geiger counters and digital voice recorders. With the help of these instruments professionals try to understand supernatural events. In addition to electronic equipment some spiritual mediums of communications are also used. There are no scientific sources which can explain the reliability of these methods but they are used widely in study of the paranormal.
After hundreds of years of research and studies still nobody can prove the existence of ghosts, spirits and other paranormal events. Do ghosts really exist? The answer to this question really lies in a personal belief. You can find a lot of material written about ghosts, spirits and other unexplained mysteries but nothing has been proven scientifically so the topic will be unexplained for many years to come.
As night falls over Valley Forge and Montgomery County, the winds whisper stories of America’s past. You can sense the spirits of the men at Valley Forge National Historical Park, Brandywine Battlefield and Washington’s Crossing. In daylight hours, historic sites bustle with cooking and spinning demonstrations. Re-enactments of battles and guided tours preserve and illuminate the past for visitors. But in some places, those echoes of the past turn to whispers of ghost stories, apparitions and strange happenings. Visit Graeme Park one clear, moonlit night, and you just might see the ghosts of Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson and her husband, Henry Hugh Fergusson, embracing by the glittering pond – together in death though separated in life. At historic Waynesborough in Paoli, sounds of glass shattering and a woman screaming have unnerved visitors unable to find the source of the sounds. Smells of bread baking fill Grumblethorpe when the ovens are cold. At Cresheim Cottage Cafe, an attic door mysteriously opens and shuts, and a young girl in Victorian dress mysteriously appears. And it’s said that if you dance with your true love in the Mirror Room of Arcadia University’s Grey Towers Castle, you’ll see a ghostly couple joining in. Another legend says you can feel the presence of a little girl on a stairway where she was accidentally strangled when her scarf caught on a banister as she ran down the stairs.
Here are a few movie rental ideas featuring haunted houses for those that prefer a good ghost-like mystery rather than a continuous stream of blood and gore.
The Haunting (1963) A true classic horror film. Here we find four guests arriving at a mansion with a terrifying reputation. The guests are determined to debunk the idea of a house being possessed and so set up for the night. Strange occurrences soon make themselves known from muffled wails to strange unexplainable noises. The guests encounter a door that appears to breathe, unexplained writing on the walls and many other supernatural phenomena. A new remake of the film is also available (The Haunting (1999)).
Haunted (1996) Nanny Tess Webb (Anna Masey) has been seeing visions. Her three children, as well as the family doctor all insist that there is no haunting and that she is just hallucinating. She invites Professor David Ash (Aidan Quinn), who is skeptic of the supernatural, to investigate the paranormal goings-on at her country estate. After spending some time there himself, the Professor also begins to experience unexplainable visions, including the vision of his young sister who died in a drowning accident.
Haunted Castle (3-D) (2001) After his mother dies, a young musician named Johnny is summoned to his mothers castle according to the final wishes in her will. He soon discovers that not all seems as it appears and that the castle is not only haunted by ghosts, it appears to be alive. He is eventually lead to a Mr. D who makes Johnny the same tantalizing offer that he made his mother twenty years earlier surrender your soul in exchange for fame and fortune.
The Others (2001) – Starring Nicole Kidman as Grace, this is one of those few, rare movies that will keep you guessing until the end. The story is set in 1945 toward the end of the war. Living on a fog-enshrouded island off the British coast we find that Grace’s husband has presumably been lost in the war and she is living on her own with her two young children. The children are hypersensitive to light and so live in a musty manor with the curtains and shutters perpetually drawn closed. Needing some assistance, Grace writes up a request for domestic help, but before she can go to town to post it, three strangers suddenly arrive in response to her as yet un-posted request. This film will certainly leave you guessing with its twists and turns.
Stephen King’s Rose Red (2002) – Another true story haunting and originally a mini-series, this movie is based on a researcher investigating the paranormal who takes a team of psychics into a haunted house. We soon learn of the building’s gruesome past – women who have disappeared without any trace and men meeting gruesome deaths. Soon after entering, the psychics themselves begin to experience many paranormal activities, including disappearing team members.
Begunkodor(Purulia): A group of pragmatists spent a night at a dark railroad station in Purulia trying to bust the myth that it is haunted. Rather, they chanced upon two or three local people, who were attempting to alarm the colleagues. Concealed in a far corner of the region close to the Ayodhya slopes, Begunkodor station has been reputed to be swarmed with phantoms for more than forty years.Often, travelers have been left terrified and even harmed following 'experiences' with spirits. On Thursday night, ten individuals from the Paschim Banga Bigyan Mancha (PBBM) with assistance from the Purulia region organization, police and railroads, stayed outdoors at the spooky station yet discovered nothing spooky. "There are a few apparition stories spun around the station. One is that a station ace and his significant other had set themselves ablaze at Begunkodor and their spirits can be spotted. Another talks about a lady who hanged herself from a tree adjacent. Lamentably, put something aside for a snake exasperating the water in a well and two or three men, who were attempting to panic us by making abnormal commotions, we experienced no other unsettling influence," said Nayan Mukherjee, region president, PBBM. In the course of the most recent couple of years, a few people — inspired by making a snappy buck — have energized individuals from Kolkata and somewhere else to visit Begunkodor station on 'phantom visits'. Around 10 pragmatists settled down at the station soon after 11 pm and afterward began making their rounds. Their first stop was a broken down well and for a minute they were shocked something was in the water. At long last, a light bar got the state of a water wind. The group at that point made a beeline for the opposite side of the little station building where a 'chhatim' tree stands. Nothing strange was distinguished close to the tree, accepted to be spooky. PBBM individuals likewise set two computerized compasses at the two closures of the station to get any attractive unsettling influence. The magnets did not identify anything. Neither do the two advanced cameras or tripods catch any irregular picture. While all these were going on, the group heard a clamor — half human, half creature — from the haziness behind the station building. "We needed to discover where it was originating from. Light bars got figures in the shrubs and we pursued them. We recognized several men fleeing. This is a ploy to downy vacationers, who visit the station searching for apparitions. As the guests escape, they abandon assets, which are stolen," said PBBM part Somnath Parta.
Top Haunts covering the vast majority of southern Illinois, with a few areas going back to the mid 1800s. The majority of the structures are open milestones on the National Register of Historic Places, and others are as of now private living arrangements with a profound nearby history. The rundown isn't requested to mirror the level of paranormal action, yet rather a gathering of memorable structures that have a spooky story to tell.
Choate Mental Health Center - Anna, Ill.
The Choate Mental Health Center, in the past Anna State Hospital, was built in 1869 and opened in 1875.
This Victorian-time structure was built after the Kirkbridge plan of outline. Kirkbridge structures commonly have since quite a while ago, amazed wings to consider daylight and outside air to enter, with vast grounds encompassing the structure. There have been various instances of individuals guaranteeing they've seen faces in the windows, or heard hints of strides or voices. There has been one instance of a "fallen angel pooch" that assaulted a patient. Orderlies heard hints of tumult from the room, went into the room, and the casualty had unexplainable scratches everywhere on his body.
The Crenshaw House (Old Slave House) - Equality, Ill.
Built in 1834 and outlined by designer William Gavin, this house is one unmistakable work of Vernacular Greek Revival engineering in southern Illinois.
The house was initially possessed by John Crenshaw and his family until 1864. Crenshaw assumed a part in the Reverse Underground Railroad and caught runaway slaves and sold them back toward the southern states. The slaves were kept in the storage room of the house, and guests have heard voices, hints of crying and chains rattling from the upper room.
The Hundley House - Carbondale, Ill.
The Hundley House highlights Prairie-style design and was built in 1907.
Previous Carbondale Mayor J.C. Hundley possessed the house and filled in as chairman until December 1928 when he and his better half were shot and murdered in the home on West Main Street. One curious snippet of data from the murder of the leader and his better half is that the executioner close off every one of the lights in the house before they cleared out. The inquiry remains, how did the executioner know where the light switches were and for what reason did he/she close them all off? Presently exclusive, previous visitors of the house have announced hearing voices of kids in the home and the voice of a lady who is associated with being either the chairman's better half that was killed, or the mother of the voices of the youngsters.
Creole House - Prairie du Rocher, Ill.
The Creole House was built around 1800 by Dr. Robert McDonald. This Porteaux-sur-sol (post-on-ledge) style home has experienced various proprietors and is one of the main staying Vernacular-style houses in southern Illinois.
Vernacular-style engineering includes utilizing assets promptly accessible close to the building site. The house was set on the National Registry of Historic Places in 1973, and visitors have heard strides, voices and saw entryways hammer open for no evident reason.
The Grand Rose Hotel - Elizabethtown, Ill.
This Georgian-style lodging was built by James McFarland around 1812 and is the most established dynamic inn in the state.
The building is said to be spooky by two phantoms. One is accepted to be a previous worker named Tote. The other is accepted to be previous Hotel Operator Maimee Rose. Visitors have revealed hearing hullabaloo and commotions from rooms where nobody was staying, and pennies in gatherings of three or four have been reliably observed in better places of the inn. Articles have strangely moved and turned up in various rooms later on.
McCoy Memorial Library - McLeansboro, Ill.
Built by Aaron G. Cloud as his own home in 1884, this blend of mid to late nineteenth century Italianate design has filled in as the town's library since 1922.
The building highlights Eastlake-style ornamentation all through the building and is a staple for camera buffs over the area. Stories of lights turning on without anyone else's input, books haphazardly tumbling off the racks and hints of chuckling from discharge rooms have been accounted for in this building, yet with little thought as to whose apparition it could be.
Previous City Hall - Marion, Ill.
The previous Marion City Hall building rests at the upper east corner of the Town Square of Marion and was built in 1903.
The building initially held the Marion State and Savings Bank on the main floor and workplaces for City Hall on the second floor. After the Marion State and Savings Bank moved from the primary floor in 1914, the city purchased the building and utilized it as the City Hall. The building held the prison on the North wing, and legend has it a previous worker tumbled down the stairs and kicked the bucket in the stairwell. It is as of now being remodeled, yet stories of voices, lights being on in rooms nobody had entered and flying spheres of light have risen thoughout the years.
Pulaski County Courthouse - Mound City, Ill.
Built in 1912, the courthouse is one case of early Greek Revival Architecture in Illinois.
The storm cellar of the courthouse likewise served in the early years as the district imprison. Reports of hauntings began around 20 years prior, with one claim made by an understudy at Lovejoy School beforehand situated over the road from the building. The understudy guaranteed to see somebody dangling from the tree outside the building, and others claim to have heard voices or sounds originating from the storm cellar.
The Franklin County Jailhouse - Benton, Ill.
Built in 1905, this Classic Revival-impacted correctional facility held the acclaimed criminal Charlie Birger until the point when he was freely hanged in April 1928.
The correctional facility was shut in 1990 and set on the National Register of Historic Places in February 1999. Visitors have detailed hearing various distinctive voices of what is accepted to be previous detainees.
Safford Memorial Library - Cairo, Ill.
Given to the town by Mrs. Alfred Scott in 1884, this Queen Anne-style noteworthy building has had what's coming to its of the paranormal.
Representatives of the library have named the phantom "Toby," and have announced that he turns on the lights in rooms where nobody is, and stop lights in different rooms that were being utilized. Visitors have heard his strides, and needed to battle with the card index after "Toby" rearranged the cards.