Do you want physical evidence of the existence of ghosts but aren't sure of the best way to get it? "Picture Yourself Capturing Ghosts on Film: Step-by-Step Instruction for Documenting the Paranormal with Photography and Video" is a beginner's guide to securing photo evidence of the paranormal. Many people use pictures and video as a foundation for their paranormal investigation, but they aren't sure how to use their camera to get the best pictures, or evaluate them once they are taken. This book guides aspiring ghost hunters like you through the entire process of capturing ghosts on film, including history and perspective on the practice, how to choose the right camera, how the camera works, and how to use the camera in the field. After the ghostly images are taken, "Picture Yourself Capturing Ghosts on Film" guides you on how to evaluate the images and share them with others. This book even includes a DVD that allows you to see trained investigators gathering evidence and the evaluation process, and interviews with experts in the field. Featuring simple instructions and a colorful layout full of pictures and illustrations, "Picture Yourself Capturing Ghosts on Film" is your guide to getting hard evidence of the existence of ghosts.
Featuring Wisconsin Paranormal Investigator's Lead & Tech Manager Allen Dunski, Jr.
Jay & Allen appeared on the "Ask A...." Segment which the topic for this Wednesday was: Ask a Ghost Hunter on The Tom & Lisa Morning Show 95.1 FM on October 21, 2009. Click here to listen to the audio segment.
Click photo to reveal photo gallery.
Click on each photo below to reveal photo gallery.
The Mothership 08.31.08 The Mothership 12.14.08
(Also includes audio links)
The Mothership 06.14.09 The Mothership 07.26.09
Media Alert: Tribute 2007-2010
mission to Hunt the Truth was never intended for 'fame' and
still DOESN'T 'til this day. However, we still have fun with educating people on how we 'Hunt the Truth'.
WPI gets down & dirty and volunteer to clean the historic Rhode Opera House (The Home of the Lakeside Players) in Kenosha, WI. Of course while we help each year, we do keep our eyes and ears open for the unexpected sounds from the rafters.