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Paracon UK was the first Paranormal Convention in the UK and it certainly didnt dissapoint.

Our team was at the event as well as many other teams from around the UK

Many well known names in the paranormal field  was also there such as Brian J Cano from Haunted Collector/Scared TV,  Amy Goodwin sister of Ghost adventures member Aaron Goodwin & Carmen Reed the real life mum behind the film Haunting in Connetticut.

This event was a truly big stepping stone for the paranormal community in the UK due to there being no other event of its kind.

Our team supports Para-Unity and this event certainly brought unity together amongst teams and other fellow members in the field including other types of paranormal topics.

Our team cannot wait for Paracon UK 2015 and we wish to Thank Matt & his team for a truly successful event.

See you @ Paracon 2015!!!!!! 
 
 
More a less every paranormal researcher/investigator owns a EMF meter of some kind.

We decided to test the most popular 3 emf meters and also the fake K2 meter to show how they react to a Walkie Talkies, EM Pumps & Mobile phones.
 
 
We made the mistake of buying a fake KII meter and it was sold at the same price as a official KII so we made this video to help those who already have a KII or are thinking of buying one to check if theirs is fake or not.

Hope this helps.
 
 
This video below shows how a RFID phone pouch can remove unwanted radio signals from the P-SB7.

If you use a external speaker be aware the wire to the external speaker will act as a antenna and still pick up signals close to it although this does not effect sessions as it would be a extremely rare case that you are less than 2 foot from a radio transmitter.

If you dont use a external and only the internal on the P-SB7 then it will block all radio.

We hope this helps as we was searching for a way to prove to skeptics when we get voices that its near impossible to be radio when we use this pouch.
 
 
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So what are Proximity Alarms or what is the REM Pod made by Das Distribution?

Proximity alarms work by emitting a small field around the antenna or conductive surface and when this field is broken this causes the alarm to sound.

These can be used to see if anything touch's or goes near the device you can also attach a lead to the aerial to another device such as a maglite to prove whether it is being touched or not.

The most popular device is the Rem Pod made by Das Distribution or Gary Galka whom is known to most in the paranormal field  Gary make's devices specific for the paranormal field.

However the ones shown on the left are ones we made ourselves and work the same as a Rem Pod.

 
 
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We have all heard of the EMF meter or the most known version the "K2".

However
there are many other pieces of equipment a paranormal investigator can use infact if you really wanted you could spend thousands of pounds on kit.

But we think that most of the truly great equipment comes from the ones that you make yourself as you get to control how it looks and how it works and also saves you a lot of money.



As paranormal investigators we need equipment that sometimes serves a specific purpose or just needs to be a specific size so we designed our own em pumps, evp recievers, proximity alarms & E field detectors seen in the picture above.

So next time you go to purchase that must have gadget for ghost hunting see if you can make one yourself for a fraction of the price.

 
 
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Theories suggest that the manifestation of a spirit gives of a static charge this can be felt when you get that tingling sensation on the back of your neck or the hairs on your arm stand up.

These detectors can pick up such charge whether it be a Negative or Positive static charge so if the light goes dim or out your possibly not alone.


Unlike many other static detectors we have built ours have a telescopic antenna making them extremely sensitive which is perfect for paranormal work and the led is ultra bright so you can see them from some distance.

We are now offering these to other
teams and if your interested in purchasing any then drop us a message.

See our demonstration video below of these detectors.

 
 
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The Dr Gauss - EMF Meter is a great EMF meter but lacks one feature most other meters dont and that is you carnt see it in the dark. Although the meter has a audible sound that increases depending on how close you are to the EM field it really needs a light so you can see what Milligauss reading your getting.

So i did this myself and then decided to write this simple guide to adding a light to a Gauss Master and best of all doing this does not affect the sensitivity or reading of the meter.


Instructions

You will need:
Standard 3mm or 5mm 3v LED (any colour is fine but blue/red are best)
, Electrical wire, 82ohm Resistor, Soldering Iron, Electrical Tape, Phillips screwdriver, Stanley Knife

1. Unscrew the 4 screws on the back of Gauss master using a Phillips screwdriver.

2. Using a stanley knife or any other sharp knife cut the tape around side of the screen assembly you will see one on each side. This will allow you to lift the board away from the assembly in Step 5.

3. Make 2 leads with your electrical wire both about 15 cm in length and expose the wire on both ends by removing plastic covering. It is best to use a black and red cable so you don't mix the positive and negative.

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4. Using a soldering iron wire the 2 leads you have just made from connections shown on the picture to the left.

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5. Carefully remove the assembly from the plastic front the plastic switch will also be released when you lift the assembly.

6. Place your LED at the top of the front cover and bend the positive led to the left and negative to the right ensuring a nice snug fit above the meter needle surround.

7. Solder a 82ohm resistor to the positive cable.

8. Solder the other end of the resistor to the Positive leg of the LED and then solder your Negative lead to the Negative leg on the LED.

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9. Now that all the leads are connected you need to carefully put both wires down the sides of the assembly.  I used electrical tape to cover the resistor to keep it in place you can also do this with the cable as it does tend to move around until you have everything back in place

10. Test your circuit by attaching a battery and presing the small black switch on the circuit board to ensure your led lights.

11.Re-assemble your meter and now not worry about seeing your meter in the dark.

Notes: You may have noticed i have a switch added onto my meter and also a hole in the plastic assembly. 

Switch Mod: The Gauss master meter has a power saving feature which turns the unit off after a few minutes if you are using this with a static camera or dont want to hold the meter this is not ideal. The switch i added allows the meter to stay ON constantly in either modes. I will add a guide soon to show you how to do this also.

Led On Light:
The gauss master has a small led already on the board that turns on however you carnt see this so what i did was drill hole in the front plastic above the led and use a thin straw to sit on top of the led thus allowing me to see it. You can see this in the pictures above this is a simple modification and doesn't really need a guide.

Feel free to comment on this and also if you found this information useful please be kind and share this page and our website with others the more we help each other the closer we will be to finding the truth..

 
 
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Pearson Building (B Block) Investigation

The Pearson building is situated next to St Helen's House and was once adjoined via a corridor however this has now been sealed.
It has been used in the past as a private residence and as an educational establishment.

Seen in both buildings,  a ghostly girl has been seen running through the corridors as if she is being chased. Workers in the building who have been there alone have reported hearing a mysterious voice whisper their names known as the whispering ghost there is also a monk who haunts both buildings

Our Investigation
Details to follow

 
 
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Royal Buildings Investigation

In 1932 the Royal Buildings cellars were flooded when the Markeaton brook flooded. It is believed that several prisoners drowned and were killed during the flood in the cellars at the building.

These cellars were also connected to the stables at the rear of the building and still to this day the fireplaces that were used in the stables can be seen.


Workmen who have made repairs in the cellars have reported the feeling of being watched, strange noises and cold blasts of air around them.


Our Investigation

Details to follow