Even as a beginning paranormal investigator you have a good idea of what you need to bring with you for an investigation. Items you have to have include camera, voice recorders, notepad, flashlight, etc. But there are little things many of us forget to bring with, especially in the beginning. These items, as well as some other small tips, can help ensure the evidence you are collecting is truly paranormal and not something caused by human error.
Let’s take a look at a few additional tips to help you better prepare for your next ghost adventure:
- Do not wear perfume or anything with a strong scent. You do not want to mistake a whiff of this as a sign from a spirit.
- Do not go alone (common sense) and when you do go, leave location information with someone ho is not participating in the investigation.
- Bring a Photo ID just in case you have to speak with the police.
- Avoid investigating in the rain. Rain drops on camera can be misinterpreted as orbs.
- Obey the signs. If the sign says “no trespassing” do not enter.
- No smoking. Smoke can enter the view of the camera and be misinterpreted as a spirit.
- Be Skeptical. Always look for an alternative reason for something happening.
- Speak clearly and do not whisper. Your whispering can be misinterpreted as a spirit voice when reviewing evidence at a later date.
- Be respectful. Treat the spirit’s the way you would treat your grandmother.
Well, that is it for this week’s edition of Paranormal Tip Tuesday.
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