The misinformation effect is a famous experiment highlighting a memory phenomenon that can introduce false memories. Do these false memories mean some of our treasured paranormal experiences, may not have happened as we remembered them? Another wild internet theory is that these false memories are actually a result of an internet craze called 'The Mandela Effect' suggesting it is actually the result of parallel universe. Whether you believe it is false memories or a parallel universe, prepare to have everything you believe in shattered while I blow your mind!
Skeptic or believer it seems you can only be one of the other. There is however an in-between and you will find most paranormal investigators sit here, but why do we need to classify ourselves with labels when we are searching for the same things .... answers
There is no question that paranormal reality tv shows are a big part of the field, but do they help or hinder the work we are trying to do as a community? Some of the LLIFS followers weighed in on this topic!
The disappearance of Amelia Earhart is still one of the most fascinating and highly debated cases amongst conspiracy theorists. The story was brought to our attention again in recent years with the discovery of photos claiming proof she was not killed in a plane crash. Sadly this groundbreaking evidence was debunked within 30 minutes by an online blogger.
Those who conduct cleansings or practise personal protection during investigations often use sage. Why?
Why do batteries drain? 10th July 2017 Sarah Chumacero 1920 views. 0 comments. General, Paranormal Investigation, Paranormal Equipment.
We often hear of equipment batteries draining during investigations with the assumption it is caused by paranormal activity. Why do our batteries go flat and is it paranormal? How can we use this knowledge to our advantage during an investigation?