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Who is Alice?

Saturday, November 14th, 2015

Who is Alice?
I’ve been using a new ITC application called Alice.
With Alice, you can use your own list of words. So I created my own list of 3,578 words, which includes every major city in the US, every year from 1600 to 2015, every state of the US, many first names (male and female), and many every day words from dictionaries.

Alice is quite interesting. While running this application, I have had a few sessions which have produced very interesting results. The most recent one was this morning. The first three words from Alice were:

captain
1903
tragedy

Hmmm. Ok.

Later words during this same session included:

factors
hobble
force
tie
tissue

A quick google search revealed a story about a tragedy that happened in 1903 in a Philadelphia ballpark.
A web site called “The Captains Blog” contains a post about the tragedy.

Apparently a scrum broke out just outside the basball stadium during a game. Curious onlookers from the stadium crowded to one part of the stadium to look down to the street to watch the goings on. The game was a ‘tie’ at this point. Several ‘factors’, including a rotted beam and the ‘force’ of the weight of the people, caused the weighted part of the stadium to collapse, sending people falling 20 feet to the street below. We can imagine this would certainly cause ’tissue’ damage and the wounded to ‘hobble’ around after the incident. 12 people were killed and approximately 300 were wounded.

An article was published in the “Semi-Weekly Messenger” (Wilmington, NC, Aug. 11, 1903) about the tragedy.

Griffin, Indiana. March 18, 1925.

Friday, November 13th, 2015

I left the xParanormal Detector and Phasma Communicator running on my laptop this morning. I came back to my desk find that someone had caused the following words to be displayed.

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A quick google search revealed that the town of Griffin, Indiana was basically ‘buried’ in rubble in on March 18, 1925 by a tornado. There was a whole string of tornadoes in that area at the time.

Griffin, Indiana, March 18, 1925.

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The Impossible Box (IB-1) from GhostHunterApps

Sunday, October 18th, 2015

I recently purchased a license of the Impossible Box (IB-1) from GhostHUnterApps.com/Huff Paranormal.

While recording a session in Mode 2 or “Impossible Mode” (multi-lingual/international internet radio stations), I got a message from a spirit saying: “I love you.”

What a wonderful message!

Paul Kelly
Ghost Seekers Realm

Vocibus Ghost Box

Thursday, October 1st, 2015

I just bought a license of the Vocibus Ghost Box application. Honestly, I was skeptical at first. Not any more.
I just recorded a session with this app, and I am now convinced that it works.
During the session, I asked any spirits to speak my name, and someone responded with my full name [Paul Kelly], twice in a row!
The second one is VERY clear.
Here is the clip:

xParanormal Detector

Friday, January 17th, 2014

Lately, I have been using a new software application on my laptop that is VERY cool. It’s called xParanormal Detector.
Simply put, this software senses energy fluctuations (R-Flux and Pulse Energy) in your computer’s internal wi-fi components. And much like the PX or the Ovilus, spirits can also choose words from an internal database and display them.
During any session, you can also use the application’s built-in audio recorder to record EVP sessions. I have done sessions with my H2-ZOOM recorder connected via USB and it works great!

Here is a screenshot of the software in action. In this case, there were two spirits detected with 25 yards and a few seconds later, the word “radio” was spoken. Did the spirit want me to use our P-SB7 spirit box?

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In this screenshot, the spirit or spirits are shown on the ‘Paranormal Radar’ and are displayed in their approximate location(s) relative to the computer.

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To learn more about xParanormal Detector, visit the author’s web site.