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Deeper than the Grave Episode 18: Brian Holloway, Paranormal Communication Apps

Brian Holloway, AreasBox, LegionBox, ErthrealBox

Brian Holloway and Paranormal Communication Apps

Brian Holloway has been interested in the paranormal since he was a child. In fact, his earliest memory involves a strange incident that shocked his whole family. It set him on a path to discover ways of communicating with those on the other side, a path that eventually lead him to develop several apps which do just that. Brian shares his stories and tells us about the apps he has created on this episode.

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Brian Holloway’s Facebook Page

Brian Holloway’ YouTube Page

Javier Sanz Facebook Page

The Ghost Trail YouTube Page

AreasBox on Google Play

LegionBox on Google Play

Benefits and Usage of White Sage – This herb is used to cleanse locations, objects, and people. Please be safe and follow the protocols discussed on this website.

Black Tourmaline – A stone used to ward of negative energy and entities.

My Old Catholic Store – A website where you can purchase various religious items that can be used for protection against spirit attachments.

Resurrection Mary – Mary is reportedly seen outside Resurrection Cemetery, which is located in a Chicago suburb.

 

 

 

Deeper than the Grave Episode 17: Spirit Attachments

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Spirit Attachments

Investigating the paranormal can be fun but there are dangers that go with it. It is not uncommon for investigators to bring a spirit with them when they leave a location. It’s important to follow certain protocols to protect yourself from spirit attachments. That is the topic of this episode.

What are some ways to guard against having spirits attach to you?

How do you get rid of an attached spirit?

Those are a couple of questions we explore. We also share experiences we’ve had with attachments. A surprise guest even calls in to share some knowledge about the topic as well.

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Benefits and Usage of White Sage – This herb is used to cleanse locations, objects, and people. Please be safe and follow the protocols discussed on this website.

Black Tourmaline – A stone used to ward of negative energy and entities.

My Old Catholic Store – A website where you can purchase various religious items that can be used for protection against spirit attachments.

Resurrection Mary – Mary is reportedly seen outside Resurrection Cemetery, which is located in a Chicago suburb.

 

 

Deeper than the Grave Episode 16: Dave Miller, 51 Areas Paranormal Talk Radio, AreasBox App

AreasBox App

Dave Miller, Host of 51 Areas Paranormal Talk Radio and Co-Creator of  AreasBox App

**This episode has some explicit language**

 

Deeper than the Grave and 313 Paranormal received no compensation in return for discussing AreasBox. One free download of the app was provided for testing and research. The positive feedback we give about the app is based solely on our experience using it.

Dave Miller talks with us about his experience with the paranormal, his show 51 Areas Paranormal Talk Radio, and the app he co-created called AreasBox.

In general, we are skeptical of ghost hunting apps. The AreasBox, however, has proven itself to be useful and accurate. It uses reverse audio of Latin payers and protection to attract positive anergy and create positive communication

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AreasBox on GooglePlay – https://play.google.com

51 Areas Paranormal Talk Radio Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/51Areas/

 

 

Deeper than the Grave Episode 15: Old South Pittsburg Hospital

Old South Pittsburg Hospital

 

The Old South Pittsburg Hospital (OSPH) operated from 1959-1998 as a small community hospital. Now, it sits frozen in time just as it was when the doors were closed almost 20 years ago. That doesn’t mean the place is empty, though. It seems to be filled with spirits of former workers, patients, and maybe even people who resided in the area long before the hospital was there.

We investigated OSPH back in April and on this episode we discuss what happened while we were there. We also talk with Stacey, who coordinates investigations at OSPH. She tells us about the history of the place and she shares strange encounters that have happened over the years.

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Old South Pittsburg Hospital Ghost Hunts – http://osphghosthunts.com/

Old South Pittsburg Hospital Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/osphghosthunts/

 

Deeper than the Grave Episode 14: Hales Bar Dam

Hales Bar Dam

We talk about our investigation of Hales Bar Dam in Tennessee. Jeff and Vicki, who coordinate the investigations, are on to tell us all about the history of the dam and the strange happening reported. Wait until you hear what we experienced!

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Deeper than the Grave Episode 13: 48 Hour Lock Down Investigation Revisted

48 Hour Lockdown Investigation Revisited

We revisit and close out our 48 hour lockdown investigation from earlier this year. The family who owns the home join us in studio for the discussion.

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Deeper than the Grave Episode 9: Erie Shores Paranormal, Haunted Yacht Club, and Para-Unity

Erie Shores Paranormal

Heather, Jane, and Chad from Erie Shores Paranormal join us this week to tell us about their upcoming public hunts at the Toledo Yacht Club and they hint at a BIG announcement to come in April. We also chat about their method for and philosophy on investigating the paranormal, which we saw first hand at the Detroit Masonic Temple back in January. They were one of the teams to investigate with us. Our discussion of the Detroit Masonic Temple leads us into a discussion about Michigan’s tight-knit family of paranormal investigators.

 

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Show Notes

Website: http://www.erieshoresparanormal.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Erie-Shores-Paranormal-338162082889602/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ErieShoresParanormal

Toledo Yacht Club: http://mi6657.wixsite.com/toledo-yacht-club

Toledo Yacht Club Guided Ghost Hunts: https://www.facebook.com/TYCpublicghosthunts/

Children in the Attic: Ghost Hunters episode (S11, Ep4) in which they investigate the Toledo Yacht Club

Dog Lady Island: This is a legendary island near Monroe, MI said to be haunted by the ghost of tragic figure known as “The Dog Lady.”

Paranormal Home Inspector: Canadian paranormal reality television show in which a certified home inspector debunked many paranormal claims by pointing out faults in the construction of home.

Historic Detroit Masonic Temple: The largest Masonic Temple is the world. Rarely investigated until recently.

 

The Method to my Madness: One Investigator’s Look at How to Investigate the Paranormal

Kate

By Kate

When most people hear I am a paranormal investigator, they immediately think of a ghost hunter on TV, provoking spirits and being assaulted by demons. It’s a lot of yelling and scary and nonstop action. The reality is much different. Three quarters of a typical investigation is sitting in the dark talking to yourself. Every investigator has their own unique style. Some prefer to isolate themselves, others investigate together as a team. There are those that use a ton of gadgets and wire the place like they’re going on air, while others are perfectly content to sit in the dark with a voice recorder and a KII meter.

How I Investigate

Regardless of the method, the thing that is most important to me is respect. Respect for the location, respect for the spirits and respect for the living. When I get to a location, I like to walk through alone and get a feel for the property. I wander aimlessly from place to place, absorbing the energy, and simply listening. If I feel drawn to a certain area, I’ll go that way, I try to let the spirits lead the way. Sometimes I stop and sit quietly to see what happens.

During my initial walk, I’ll introduce myself to anyone who may be around, tell them why I’m there and what my intentions are. I think it’s crucial that they know I understand they were once living, had feelings, had a life. I acknowledge they may be afraid and try to connect to them on an emotional level. I’ve discovered as I continue to do this, that I feel a strong need to be understanding and build trust before I ask for anything from them in return. I want to bring a human element to my investigations as if I’m having a chat with a new friend. I want to know about them, what they’re experiencing, what we can do to help them.

I often think about my Mom who has been gone eight years now, and what I would want to know if I ever had the chance to speak to her. When asking questions during an investigation, it’s important to me to really listen to the answers. Many times the line of questions and the investigation itself takes a completely different turn than expected based on the responses given. Keeping an open mind and not getting caught up in what you think you know is huge. When wrapping up, I think it’s just as important to say goodbye, thank them for their time and for speaking with me and to let them know that they aren’t forgotten.

Investigations Are Opportunities

There aren’t any experts in this field and it’s one of the things about it that I love most. Every investigation is an opportunity to learn. Every location has a story to tell, even if it’s not the story you were expecting. Many may disagree and find that spitting out the same questions at every location and sticking a REM pod and a camera in a corner is investigating. That an EVP or two and they’ve done their due diligence and proven a location is haunted. To me, the victory is in the connection. It’s walking out in the morning and feeling like you’ve made a difference. Not only for those who still roam the property but the living who may share the space.

Deeper than the Grave Episode 8: Brian Danhausen, Fear, Hacate, Pagans, and Seeing Ghosts

Deeper that the Grave Episode 8

Brian Danhausen

Our good friend, Brian Danhausen, takes a break from his own podcast, Paranormal Pop, to talk with us about all kinds of things. We discuss some of his favorite places to investigate like Prospect Place and Trans-Allegany Lunatic Asylum. He describes how he opens himself to talk to entities on the other side and what those experiences are like for him. Towards the end of the show Brian tells us about his books, Strange Tales from the Unknown and Into the Afterlife: Paranormal World. He and Rich even manage to freak Marv out with their talk of creepy dolls.

 

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Website: http://www.thefinalnail.com/

Facebook: http://bit.ly/FbBriDan

Paranormal Pop: http://bit.ly/ParaPop

Hecate: http://bit.ly/2mSe2mO

MTV’s Fear: http://bit.ly/MtvFear

Prospect Place: http://bit.ly/2mukQvH

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum: http://bit.ly/2npfgK5

Brian’s Book

 

Deeper than the Grave Episode 7: Mike Smith, Mothmen, Nain Rouge, Rougarou, and Parallel Universes

Deeper than the Grave Episode 7: Mothmen, Nain Rouge, Rougarou, and Parallel Universes Hosts and guest Mike Smith

The Adventures of Mike Smith

Paranormal investigator, storm chaser, fringe photographer, lover of adventure and all things ‘weird,” and we almost forgot TV PERSONALITY!  Those are just a few things that describe our guest on this episode. Mike Smith talks with us in studio about his many interests, including the things we already mentioned, plus UFOs, cryptids, parallel universes, time slips, and much, much more.

 

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