Jamie wants to know whether strange electrical activity could be a sign of paranormal activity.
She writes: Hi Michelle! I have a spirit here in our apartment. I have heard him speak before; I have felt his presence, and even caught an EVP of him. The past couple days, I noticed something strange: the nightlight in our guest bathroom turned a VERY bright white and then burned out….and last night, the lights on our ficus tree did the same thing (the lights got so bright that it woke me up…was like a sunlight)..and then they burned out, too.
Is this a sign of paranormal activity? I never heard of anything like this, with the exception of lights flickering and going off and on..all of which we have had in the past month as well.
Thanks so much. - Jamie from Wisconsin
Hi Jamie. Yes, it could be a sign of paranormal activity—or it could be an electrical wiring problem in your home. Ghosts are known to cause electrical disturbances (including flickering lights, electrical failures) and they can drain freshly charged batteries.
This is because strong electromagnetic fields (EMF's) are usually found in the presence of ghostly/paranormal activity. Science has shown us that strong electromagnetic fields can cause electrical disturbances, power failures and other anomalies. Check to see if there are natural causes that could explain the strange electrical activity in your home. Natural causes could include short circuits, electrical wiring problems, blown fuses, or man-made EMF's. If there are no natural causes, then it's possible the light activity could be paranormal. ghosthuntingsecrets.com...
Originally posted by selfharmonise
What were they talking about? Did you pick that up?
Originally posted by OneisOne
Now, can I ask if you live in a historical area?
Think about if where you live could have been through a storm before.
I've also been in a situation of hearing two men whisper.
Originally posted by 3chainz
I would say that you heard all the background white noise, mixed in with the hurricane noise and your brain translated it as voices. Audio pareidolia of sorts.
Originally posted by daaskapital
It's the force of the wind blowing around your house, changing the air pressure.edit on 30-10-2012 by daaskapital because: eta
We live near a major road which, back in the Revolutionary War days, was a dirt road that troops marched up on their way to the Brandywine Battle in Chadds Ford PA. (America lost .. England won). I have no idea how many Revolutionary War soldiers (or which side of the war they were on) may have encamped on our property before the battle.
In all honesty, I think the quote sums it all up. The energy from the storm acted as an amplifier so you were able to hear their "voices" much louder than normal. When the transformer blew, it stepped down the voltage, hence left your surroundings with diminished power and you were not able to hear them anymore.
- did the energy of the storm feed the spooks we have and I was actually able to hear them speaking to each other? Our spooks are active but we haven't heard their voices very much.
Originally posted by r2d246
reply to post by FlyersFan
The language of demons isn't English, or even sound. It's telepathic. So no. Not sure what other explaination. But it sounds weird.