Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

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Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by infinityandbeyond » 25 Sep 2013, 12:32

Hi,

I wondered if using a PMR handset and putting it in a known haunted location either transmitting constantly or with voice activated facility if its likely to capture any paranormal activity in the form of EVP'S , Sounds caused by poltergeists etc.. And monitoring it in another room with another handset or scanner?
I don't know if any negative energy in a room can effect the battery flattening it quickly?

Or would it just be better to leave a digital sound recorder on and leave it for a few hours or day and come back to it? (thats if the batterys not gone flat)

Has anyone tried it that can advise or even anyone managed to capture anything paranormal?

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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by ColinTelford » 25 Sep 2013, 14:22

Its pretty difficult to advise on the best thing pick up things that have never been proven to exist.

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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by RogerD » 25 Sep 2013, 16:21

I've got a Flying Spaghetti Monster Detector if you like, yours for just $5,000 :)

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Post by Monsta » 25 Sep 2013, 18:04

hey ...don't mock guys
I was on the 446 the other night scanning around and i was rigid !
disembodied voices screaming at eachother, ghostly music, and an alien bleep-bleeping that seemed to only happen
when the "voices" were trying to communicate. I think one of the entities must have been a deceased serial killer or something ...and he said "if i get hold of you c**ts, I will kill you" ...then a lot of laughing and whispering .....
So you see ...PMR ...DOES the job !!
Better than Derek Acorah in my opinion

Picture below of Derek, breaking through to a regular 446 DX Net in Stockport.
seconds before this he dropped his baofeng after being called a scouse bast***d by a mysterious growling male
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Post by EMarkM » 25 Sep 2013, 18:17

Chortle ;)
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Post by curny » 25 Sep 2013, 20:09

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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by TangoCharlie18 » 25 Sep 2013, 21:37

Derek Pakora. What a star.
Have you ever wondered why whenever Derek gets taken over by a spirit and he is the conduit for the long dead person, that wherever they are in the UK. They too have a scouse accent.

You are not faulting Yvette Fielding tho. Something about her........
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Post by Black_Pirate » 25 Sep 2013, 22:37

I admire your spirit.....let's face it you have to have a goul in life.
I don't,t think you have a ghost of a chance, try 66.6 MHz

:twisted:
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of reason......and the Quantocks...
but having fun on the radio.........
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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by Bogget » 25 Sep 2013, 22:44

Derek Acorah not even his real name i think its Johnson as he was a footballer till he got the job on TV he was also crap at that (i think he got the sack for faking it on TV)(hmm so just like a footballer then!). As to our first question how will you get them to press the transmit button ? or am i thinking too deeply on this?

Oh and also batteries not a problem all you have to do is dip them in ectoplasm before you charge them and they will be OK

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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by LeakyFeeder » 26 Sep 2013, 18:01

Ye be f::ked if the ghost is one of the silent key idiots off '3NA.... Soon be fed up of the pig grunting, screaming n general lunacy coming from ye radio.... Think of a chimps tea party with some hungry porkers thrown in for good measure :lol:

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Post by Monsta » 26 Sep 2013, 19:48

yeah Dek was a loony ....but that yvette used to be quite a looker.
I remember she did a promo shot for a calendar with just PAINT on her body only
here it is ....found it!.....quite meaty really ...think it was taken almost 20 years ago ...but still

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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by EMarkM » 26 Sep 2013, 19:57

Yvette lives pretty-much just across the road from me.

Still looks good ;)
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Post by TangoCharlie18 » 26 Sep 2013, 22:11

EMarkM wrote:Yvette lives pretty-much just across the road from me.

Still looks good ;)
Yep.

She was in.a.kids programme called Seaview at the same time as i was growing up.

Very formative it was too.
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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by TangoCharlie18 » 26 Sep 2013, 22:14

Monsta wrote:yeah Dek was a loony ....but that yvette used to be quite a looker.
I remember she did a promo shot for a calendar with just PAINT on her body only
here it is ....found it!.....quite meaty really ...think it was taken almost 20 years ago ...but still

anyone for a trip into the South Argentinian Rainforest ?

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Thanks for that Monsta!!
Good work fella.
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Re: Using PMR radios as a ghosthunting aid?

Post by Monsta » 27 Sep 2013, 03:44

thanks

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