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Geography of Ghosts, from cosmic waves to sensitive soils

In his article "Battles and Ghosts" (Prediction magazine, July 1952), John Pendragon sought to establish his theory that in regard to England, the eastern part of the country produces the greatest crop of haunted sites.

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Ghostly encounters, haunted locations and reports of the paranormal are as varied as the people that experience them.

In order to help our visitors find those types of reports quickly and easily we have adopted the following classifications.

Please consider which classification of haunting your report should be filed under when you post your Ghostwatch report.
Thank you and happy hunting!

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With Halloween just around the corner, i was feeling a bit nostalgic for the scary thrill i used to get at this time of year when i was a kid. So, i took a wide eyed look back to the origin of Ghostwatch, the 90 minute TV mockumentary broadcast on 31st October 1992 on BBC1. The show caused quite a stir in the UK and was banned from television, but where did the idea come from?

The following interview was compiled from the BBC archives, it's old but worth a read if you're a fan or simply curious.

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EVPs are unexplained sounds and disembodied voices captured electronically. Believed by some to be the recorded evidence of residual or intelligent spirits communicating with us.

EVP is not a new phenomenon and can be traced back almost 100 years. We take a brief look at the history of EVP and the people behind it's discovery and experimental development.

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The experiment was conducted by the mathematician Dr. G. Owen and overseen by psychologist Dr. Joel Whitton. The test group consisted of Owen's wife, Iris Owen, former chairperson of MENSA in Canada, Margaret Sparrows, industrial designer, Andy H., his wife Lorne, heating engineer Al Peacock, accountant Bernice M, bookkeeper Dorothy O’Donnel, and sociology student Sidney K.

The Philip Experiment

In 1972, Canadian Dr. G. Owen conducted the Philip Experiment. This was a study that would test his theory that, “Ghosts have an objective reality, but they are created out of the minds of those who see them.” A ghost, he proposed, was basically a hallucination created by those who believed in it.

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