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Ghost Research Society


 The Society was founded as the Ghost Tracker's Club in 1977 but changed its name to the Ghost Research Society in 1982.
 The Ghost Research Society is a paranormal research society, founded in the late 1970s by Martin V. Riccardo. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Investigations; 3 Current status; 4 References; 5 External links. History[edit]. The Society was founded as the Ghost Tracker's Club in 1977 but changed its name to the Ghost Research
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  The Ghost Research Society was formed as a clearing house for reports of ghosts, hauntings, poltergeist and life after death encounters. The society members actively research and investigate all reports that come their way including private homes and businesses. The society also analyzes alleged spirit photographs, video and audio tapes that they come across from ordinary people or society members.

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Ghost Photographs

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For Those Submitting Ghost Photographs, Please Read!
1. We are not currently interested in looking at or analyzing orb photographs taken with digital cameras as there are just too many natural explanations for them.
2. All photographs submitted for analysis must be in either .jpg, or .gif but not zipped files or other extensions! I will not open or unzip zipped files as there are just too many viruses on the internet today. Submissions with zipped files will simply be deleted. They should also be sent as an email attachment to your email and not embedded within.
3. Photographs should be accompanied by text indicating, type of camera and film used, weather conditions, why the photograph was taken in the first place and any other relevant information. Without this an accurate analysis cannot be conducted.
4. If you are sending your pictures for analysis via snail mail using the United States Postal Service and you wish to have your photographs returned, you must include a large self-addressed stamped envelope with sufficient postage and your request to have it returned. If you have an email address, include that.
5. Analysis will be conducted as quickly as possible as there may be many other photographs that I'm currently analyzing at the time of receiving yours, so please be patient!
6. I am a believer that spirits can indeed be photographed but I've actually seen very few pictures that are "paranormal". If I, in MY opinion, regard the image(s) you submit to be not paranormal but an alternative natural explanation, please remember that you did ask for MY opinion and while it may not always be correct or what you want to hear, remember you did ask for MY opinion. I don't believe that anyone is truly an expert in deciphering the difference between ghost and non-ghost photographs but since I've been looking at such photographs for over 25 years and have written a book on spirit photography, I feel I am somewhat qualified to make a judgment on most photographs sent to me.
7. If you would like to have your picture posted to my website, please indicate in your email or letter. Also include whether or not you wish your real name and/or email used so that others might email you with their comments. Without your permission, I cannot legally post pictures to my site.
8. I can also give you my opinion on audio and video clips provided they are sent in either .wav, .mp3, .mpg, .mpeg, or .avi formats.
9. Please read the three articles below before you submit your photographs as they might explain what you have and they've been highly researched by Troy Taylor and I. Thank you!
10. Please send the original un-retouched image before any alterations, enhancements, enlargements or corrections. It is very important for me to see the original picture just as it was taken. If you wish to send additional pictures along with the original that have been enlarged, enhanced or circled for clarity purposes, that is fine.
11. You may wish to first look through the Fake or Explainable Section of my website before submitting your photograph. You might find that the image you are submitting has already been analyzed and explained in one of the links.
12. Send your photographs to: [email protected]
 

Ghost Photography Articles

Note: The photographs and articles in this section are copyrighted material and cannot be used, copied or inserted in another website without the written permission of Dale Kaczmarek and the Ghost Research Society under penalty of law!
Legal disclaimer from the Author, Publisher & Webmaster: Although Ghost Research Society, Dale Kaczmarek, and all that may be affiliated with this entire website have carefully researched all sources to insure the accuracy of the information contained on this entire website; we assume no responsibility for any errors, inaccuracies or omissions. If your picture that you hold sole copyright to, website or any information thereof is listed on this website and you want to update or have it deleted, please email me. Picture copyright will be properly handled by our corporate attorney. Please get permission to visit any location if need be and OBSERVE all NO TRESPASSING signs. Respect the places you visit and investigate.


 FAKE 

This image was made by placing the camera on a tripod with an exposure setting of ten seconds. The subject, wearing a long black coat, stood in front of the camera for about three seconds, then ran out of the frame, resulting in a semi-transparent image.














 REAL

Faces in the window

This picture was taken by the husband of the woman in the picture on a sunny afternoon with ordinary print film. They had just moved into their new home in Chicago, Illinois. In the window to the left of them clearly shows a older woman with her hair put up in a bun and a bulldog next to her. There was no one in the house at the time of the picture taking.



















 BY SUJEET KUMAR

hello, guys! Today we are giving you some friendly advice as to where not to go in this crazy playground we call the internet. So it’s a big warning and you should never ever visit these websites. This is the list of websites you should never visit and please just don’t go there at any cost.

1. The Death Clock

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I don’t care what kind of stuff some of you may believe in, but I refuse to believe that a computer generated random response death clock can accurately predict the date of my death. I don’t even want to know the date of my death even if it is accurate. The website Death clock claims to be able to accurately predict the date that you’re going to die. This can be psychologically very distracting and you should never engage in this type of crazy stuff.

2. Magic 8 Ball

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A lot like the Death Clock, the magic 8-ball pretends to be able to guide your life. So it’s basically you give 8 balls a good shake and ask a question like does he like me? And the ball gives you an answer on the basis of that. Sources say that all of your dreams are literally crushed. You shake again and you get a completely different answer. So this is basically a lot like the prediction that can help you to take decisions at times. It can get very creepy, for example, I asked if he knows where I live and it can answer ‘Yes’.

3. Take This Lollipop

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The website ‘Take This Lollipop’ dares you to take a shiny blue lollipop. But by taking the lollipop, you share your Facebook details with the site. You’re then greeted with a really creepy corridor followed by an even creepier guy browsing your Facebook photo and messages. He’s very sweaty for some reason or another and his fingers are kind of gross. He seems to be getting a sick tortured pleasure from creeping you. He then gets up and gets in his car to find you and creep you in real life. The video then ends with a red lollipop with a razor in it. Now the whole thing is actually a propaganda film to warn people of the dangerous results of sharing too much detail on the Internet.

4. Rotten.com

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Rotten.com is one of those websites that contains very disturbing content on their website. This site is not safe for work and contains all the things that are not to be seen. It includes extreme knife fights and other disturbing things. Our advice would be that you should better keep yourself away from these kinds of websites.

5. Rate My Poo

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Unfortunately, this is one that I really wish I had never seen. I’m not sure I’m ever gonna forget it or not. Rate my poo is a website where you literally do just that. You have to rate other people’s poos and get them to rate yours. Basically, you take a picture of it, upload it and people can give it a score of out of 10. There are a few people who would actually really enjoy this site. This is really a disgusting thing to visit on the internet.

6. 4 Chan

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4 Chan is generally a much darker and more anonymous version of Reddit. It does get pretty dark and I would absolutely recommend that you should be well clear of it. On 4 Chan, anything goes which is kind of the problem and you literally don’t know what you’re going to find? Someone may be leading a group of idiots into microwaving their new iPhones whilst another will be posting a picture of a freshly murdered body. So, you don’t actually need to go on there to see and do bad things. Not all 4 Chan users are the devil but unfortunately, the anonymity of the site has allowed for nude celebrity picture leaks, child porn, animal abuse, threats of violence and cyber bullying. I would suggest you stay away from this website.

7. Silk Road

http://www.mysterytechs.com/2018/01/dangerous-websites-you-should-never.html
So to be honest, you’ll probably never find yourself here. Silk Road is a dark web website that allows you to buy and sell drugs as well as if the allegations are true, you can hire a hitman to kill people on your behalf. The initial Silk Road which labeled itself as an anonymous marketplace was created by William Albrecht and was run on to offer hidden services. So, users could browse anonymously. The FBI later seized the site and Silk Road 2.0 was created and then shut down again. So, there is still a Silk Road but you should better stay away from it.
by sujeet kumar
this post from pcworld.com

Blue Whale (game)

From sujeet kumae
The Blue Whale Game (Russian: Синий кит, Siniy kit) also "Blue Whale Challenge", is an Internet "game" that is claimed to exist in several countries. The game allegedly consists of a series of tasks assigned to players by administrators during a 50-day period, with the final challenge requiring the player to commit suicide.[1][2] The term "Blue Whale" comes from the phenomenon of beached whales, which is linked to suicide.
Blue Whale began in Russia in 2013 with "F57", one of the names of the so-called "death group" of the VKontakte social network,[3] and allegedly caused its first suicide in 2015.[4][5] Philipp Budeikin, a former psychology student who was expelled from his university, claimed that he invented the game. Budeikin stated that his purpose was to "clean" the society by pushing to suicide those he deemed as having no value.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12]
In Russia in 2016, Blue Whale came into broader use among teenagers after a journalist brought attention to it through an article that linked many unrelated suicide victims to the Blue Whale, creating a wave of moral panic in Russia.[13] Later, Budeikin was arrested and pled guilty to "inciting at least 16 teenage girls to commit suicide", leading to Russian suicide prevention legislation and renewed world-wide concern over the Blue Whale phenomenon.[11] It has also been linked to other rising self-harm trends, such as "human embroidery" in China.[14]

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