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Equipment

Below is a list of some of the equipment that we use as part of our investigations:


IR-CCTV & DVR

Latest addition to our equipment are 4 infra red CCTV cameras used in conjunction with a Digital Video Recorder.
The cameras are able to see in pitch black areas and will often see images that the human eye obviously can't under those conditions.
The pictures can be monitored live or reviewed after the event.

K2 Meter

The K2 meter measures magnetic fields, and it's been specially calibrated for paranormal investigations. The theory behind the K2 meter is that if there's a spirit in the area, the K2 meter will pick up it's magnetic field. You can then train the spirits, supposedly, to intensify its magnetic field, therefore lighting up the lights on the meter.

Laser Thermometer

This device takes ambient temperature readings, temperature fluctuations can then be noted acurately.

It is widely thought that spirits can affect the temperature around them.

Digital Voice Recorder
(DVR)

The main reason for having an audio recorder on hand during an investigation is to record potential EVPs (the other reason is to document your investigation if you haven't got a camera to hand). This phenomena occasionally is heard when an intelligent being is attempting to communicate with us. This can come through as a voice, taps, or other audible disturbances. This is particularly notable when heard as a response to a question or a request for signs of one's presence.

Video Camera

A basic tool for every investigation is some kind of video capture device. Infrared camcorders can be used without the need for visable light. They can be used not only for detecting paranormal activity but for documenting the investigation.

Digital Camera

One of the basic function tools of every investigation is a camera. They can be used not only for detecting paranormal activity but for documenting evidence

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