posted on Jul, 4 2010 @ 07:05 PM
reply to post by fizzy1
Actually, the truth is stranger than you might imagine. If you really wanted to look for the truth you'd find it. It just might not be what you
People don't look hard enough. Real "Paranormal" activity is hard to come by. But if you let go of your preconcieved notions and ideas about
reality TV shows, you'd discover that phenomenon is very real and very bizarre.
The definition of "evidence" varies. But seeing is believing.
I might also point to the consistent aspects of the activity.. (EVP's, high EMF's, hot and cold spots, apparitions, battery drains, etc..).
All of these have been documented to varying degrees. But to really see the truth and witness it first hand you have to get out there and see for
yourself. IMO, it's just extremely difficult to form a conclusion without experiencing the paranormal for yourself. Everyone should be extremely
skeptical because its the best way to piece together everything the paranormal represents but also because of the charlatans.
Granted, PRS does a horrible job at investigating the paranormal. From what I've seen they're more the exception than the rule. Same with "Most
Haunted". It's difficult for people to take any evidence you capture seriously when you do nothing to debunk the claims of activity. Then you do
nothing but advocate your group and act dramatic on your TV show. It's so much easier to hype/dramatize the phenomenon in general than do any REAL
If you really want to see what the paranormal is, you have to join a group for yourself and get out into the field. Experiencing it first-hand is the
only way people can starting understanding it. And you probably won't be on TV either