We say fake for a few reasons, including the sound effects, flashing screens (its just a bit too dramatic and tv/movie-like), plus look at the date (early morning after halloween night) and the time (3am which many people believe is the time for ghosts to come out). What do you think?
This is from a recent visit to Carlow Shopping Centre. From around 2 mins in you’ll hear music and occasionally talking coming from the supermarket. It was empty of people, secured, alarmed and locked plus the tannoy system is manual. That leaves the obvious question ….
Here at LP, we’ve been looking at a few projects where we can learn to make our own equipment, specialised to our own needs. Here’s one that has certainly captured the imagination and is a great starting point. http://blog.makezine.com/2009/05/15/making-the-arduino-emf-detector/ Try it yourself and tell us how you get on!
Simon Novella from the Neurologica blog takes a critical look at the ‘ghost box’. “The subculture of pseudoscientific ghost hunting continues to evolve. Have you heard of a “ghost box?” It seems all you have to do is put the word “ghost” in front of something and it becomes technical jargon for ghost hunters, and […]
Taken from The Kilkenny People PROOF that there are spooks of some sort in Kilkenny Castle has come from an impeccable source (according to the Kilkenny People). An electronic counter in the Parade Tower has recorded visitors to the 13th century part of the fortress during the hours of darkness when the place is completely […]