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PostSubject: Trifield Natural meter, and the like   Sat Jun 19, 2010 8:40 pm

I sometimes wonder why we use such sensitive equipment when hunting. I believe that if you stretch that hard to pick something up, how in the world can you tell what it is, let alone a ghost. Even if an EMF spike occurs to a great degree, so what? With so many eyewitness accounts and personal stories of hauntings and phenomena from people that don't even know what ghost hunting is why bother with such things? If you can't see, hear, or smell an entity it doesn't do much good to detect a temperature difference to me, for example.

Anyway, here is an example of how to get rich quick from the pockets of paranormal enthusiasts:


Do these things work? Sure, they pick up fluctuations, but so what. When I talk to people outside the genre and tell them I got an emf spike or a temperature deviation they say "cool, what does that mean?". When I show someone video or pictures of strange things they get chill bumps and are extremely interested. Make sense?
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