|Picture 4 taken on 27-07-2007 at 00-25-48
The camera set-up and mode of use is exactly as picture 3, this
time the camera was set to take two pictures sequentially.
Due to digital camera processing time the images are 13 seconds
In the top right first appears a small streak of green light, there
is also a second longer streak of green light leading to a 'misty
formation'. There was no green light used at that time.
In this picture the reflective stain is less visible, perhaps because
the 'misty object' has absorbed more of the light.
There is also two white lights - eyes?
Is the misty object the wings of an insect or moth? - if it is why
are they only seen in one place and what produced the this green
This picture was taken after a medium Sheena Young from UK-Paranormal
had been in contact with a spirit, at that location.
Although I don't claim this as a picture of a ghost, it does appear
similar the typical image portrayed as a ghost in old photographs.
Further investigations using this equipment will be on going and
comments about the pictures are welcome.
This new photographic technique can be repeated in any location
using most digital cameras with long exposure settings.
All pictures taken by Dave Merricks from UK-Paranormal.
DIGITAL LIGHTING supplied by Paradox Electrinics
Digital lighting is a new advanced electronic lighting system that
pulses blue, ultraviolet or infrared LEDS at chosen frequencies.
It is for use specifically on paranormal investigations, but will
have uses on 'other' types of investigation.
In common with all the equipment I design it is new and unique,
specifically designed to add a new opportunity to capture real evidence
of paranormal activity.
After much study I speculate that to see, photograph or record
a ghost new methods of illumination are needed. A ghost or the spirit
world might existence at a different frequency or wavelength to
ours. Blue and ultraviolet light pulsed at the correct frequency
might be the key to repeatable scientific investigation.
Most paranormal investigators relay on infrared night vision camcorders
and standard 'flash' illuminated pictures that produce nice images
of the location under investigation, that yield very few 'unusual'
By using new digital lighting methods, there are now new opportunities
for real photographic evidence gathering.
The digital lighting can be used with digital still cameras, camcorders
in normal day light setting and night vision mode, and to enhance
our eyes in their 'night vision' mode.