UnScene – Episode 3 – 2 Bars in New Jersey

In this episode, the Unscene Women check out 2 bars in NJ. The first is a Bar in Elizabeth. There have been sighting of a angry male ghost located in the restaurant area of the bar. Can they make contact with him?

The next investigation takes place at the Old Canal Inn. Cyn and Taz check out the infamous Death Seat. A few people have died of heart attacks after seating on the seat. Will they find the cause?

After you watch the video, tell us what you think! We would love to hear your opinions.
(Be kind, this is for exploration and entertainment.)

If you were a paranormal witness, let us know your experience and where we can search for our next paranormal lockdown. We would love to include suggestions in our next video.

Connect!
Website: http://www.theygounscene.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnsceneParanormal
Twitter: @unscene_chix ( https://twitter.com/Chix_Unscene )

LOGO ANIMATION FOR THIS EPISODE BY: Andrew Cleary
MUSIC FOR THIS EPISODE BY NUEMATIC: https://www.facebook.com/Nuematic

EVPs & SOUND – HOW DOES IT COME FROM A GHOST?

If EVPs are real, it is defying physics. A sound would have to be created from nothing and travel through the air loud enough to be recorded by a digital or analog device.

I asked MB how a sound could be generated from a ghost. His response is below:

MB: “Sound is also a form of energy – Sound needs a medium to travel through. If a ghost makes noise, it means that it has enough energy to form a sound wave which interacts with the molecules in the air to make a noise. What would generate it? No clue – same unknown thing as why ghosts would show in a form of light. We simply don’t know anything about it.”

What are your theories on how sound forms from nothing?

 

UNSCENE PARANORMAL – EPISODE 2 -PRIVATE HOME INVESTIGATION with OVILUS

We were invited by the current resident of a private home to investigate for the original owners’ spirits. Cyn was personal friends with the family who lived in the house prior and very badly wanted to hear from them. She really wanted to relay a message to their daughter to let her know they were doing fine. Although we did not get consistent interaction, we do have some very positive affirming instances from our sessions.

In this episode, as we explore the private home, we concentrate on communication with the spirits in the house. We received a lot of interaction with orbs. Cyn has some very weird feelings just as the Infrared camera captures orbs roaming from the kitchen into the dining room where we are sitting, a much further and slower distance than the usual dust from kick up.
After you watch the video, tell us what you think! We would love to hear your opinions.
(Be kind, this is for exploration and entertainment.)

If you were a paranormal witness, let us know your experience and where we can search for our next paranormal lockdown. We would love to include suggestions in our next video.

Connect!
Website: http://www.theygounscene.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnsceneParanormal
Twitter: @unscene_chix ( https://twitter.com/Chix_Unscene )

LOGO ANIMATION FOR THIS EPISODE BY: Andrew Cleary
MUSIC FOR THIS EPISODE BY NUEMATIC: https://www.facebook.com/Nuematic

THE ORB: Properties an entity would need to be seen as light.

[TAZ POST]

I asked MB a few questions pertaining to ORBS, which are commonly seen and often mistaken for dust. Though I have noticed some ORBS captured on infrared camcorders behave differently from fast, straight lined dust, I wanted to distinguish a difference between the two. MB has been answering all of my questions with very precise scientific explanations.

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My questions were as followed:

  • If ghosts “appear” in UV or Infrared light, what properties would a spirit/entity have to possess (no pun intended) in order to form and be seen as light?
  •  Would an “orb”  be considered a photon? 
  • Would a ghost be creating a photon if it’s visible in let’s say Infrared?
  • What would a apparition be considered and how would that form through the laws of physics?

He had replied with the following answers:

“A photon is a particle which has no mass (also called a packet of energy) – light is both a wave and a particle. An orb can’t be a [*single] photon since the photon is unrecognizable small and only exists as model to explain the behavior of light the way we currently understand it. In physics some experiments prove light to be a wave and others that it behaves like a particle. That’s why the photon was created.

An orb is not defined in science, this goes into the area of pseudoscience. The orb to me is more a ball of light (you could say an accumulation of many, many photons) but unclear where it gets the energy from.

There is a natural phenomena of seeing lighting during a thunderstorm as round balls/orbs. It doesn’t occur often and it is not understood well why they form. Some suspect a mix of temperature/humidity/static conditions in the air could cause this.

Everything what your eye and/or the digital camera sensor sees relies on some sort of light and therefore photons. Remember when I told you the different wave lengths of light and differences in the energy of light what we define as UV, visible, and infrared light? So no matter in which kind of wavelength area a ghost would manifest, it would always be some sort of light (photons). It is just not clear where the energy comes from to make it visible. This is the tricky part to figure out!

Very hard to tell how an apparition would be fitting into the scientific patterns science serious science currently ignores that they exist in the first place. So I can’t explain how a ghost forms through the laws of physics and also not why and when. But I suspect – without having any proof for it! – that there is more than we are aware about.”

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MY NEXT QUESTIONS TO THE READERS….If I assume that the spirit orbs I see through infrared camcorders were made of many photons, would there be a device capable of powering the ability for photons to form? I know some have tried Tesla coils.

If you have any theories, please feel free to leave a comment.

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*Words in italic have been added to clarify a statement.

UNSCENE PARANORMAL – EPISODE 2 – EXTRA — A FULL OVILUS SESSION

EPISODE 2 EXTRA! –
This is a full Ovilus session with a voice recorder to accompany it. Cyn has a few good interactions with some orbs. They take a different pattern than the dust that we have seen through IR cams.

After you watch the video, tell us what you think! We would love to hear your opinions.
(Be kind, this is for exploration and entertainment.)

If you were a paranormal witness, let us know your experience and where we can search for our next paranormal lockdown. We would love to include suggestions in our next video.

Connect!
Website: http://www.theygounscene.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnsceneParanormal
Twitter: @unscene_chix ( https://twitter.com/Chix_Unscene )

MUSIC FOR THIS EPISODE BY NUEMATIC: https://www.facebook.com/Nuematic

How do paranormal ghost manifestations affect Electromagnetic Fields?

I again wrote MB to better explain my understanding of how Electromagnetic fields are affected by paranormal manifestations and how our brain perceives these events.

QUESTIONS BY TAZ: Would you happen to know about electromagnetic fields? I’ve noticed ghost hunters use a lot of devices pertaining to emfs. I read up on it but I can’t seem to make the connection between human *perception and magnetic fields. Brainwaves do not function that way, so I don’t understand why paranormal entities would manifest using magnetic fields.

ANSWER BY MB: 

Electromagnetic fields are all around us – simply spoken, they are always created when a current flows through any kind of conductible object. There is nothing unusual about it – some devices create very strong EMFs like power poles or power/energy transformers.

In the paranormal, EMFs are assumed to play a role when an entity appears – it must have energy from something to do something or appear.

This used energy would create also an EMF in theory. The EMF devices used for ghost hunting are relying on this theory. Problem here is background EMF – you need to be in a location without any power supply, no electrical wires etc to make sure that there is no background/natural EMF. I suspect the EMF effect by entities is fairly small – so EMF pollution by background radiation/electricity is a big concern.

It is totally unclear and an area of “pseudoscience” how entities get energy from and how they would manifest. I could possible imagine that an entity simply uses the atmosphere around as energy delivery system which could explain why the air cools down when an entity is seen (an observation often described and why thermometers are use in ghost hunting practices).

Heat is nothing else than energy. In physics energy can be transformed in multiple ways – heat energy into mechanical energy or vice-versa for example. Each energy transformation comes with a loss of energy – no transformation of energy can be 100%. Thermodynamics does not allow this. In your car for example your engine is only 30% efficient by transforming the energy released by burning gas . The rest up to 70% is simply released as unused heat – also energy!

Now to the brainwaves. The neurons in our brains use electricity (electrons) to communicate with each other. Similar to an EMF just with much less energy, this current creates a field which is detected as wave-like pattern.

Even both fields – EMF and brainwaves – are created by a current of electrons, the amount of energy of each field is very different. In medicine this brainwave pattern changes when a person has a physical issue with the brain. Also we can observe activities through brainwaves which led to the detection of areas in our brain which are responsible for specific tasks.

Science unfortunately is not open to the unknown as it should be in theory. Unfortunately this is now all in this “pseudo-scientific” area which doesn’t often rely on good science.”

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I would like to thank MB for continuing to give insightful explanations to all of my questions.

*[Italicized words are indication of an edit or alteration. Some sentences are in bold for emphasis.]

Full Spectrum Cameras Cancel Out Wavelengths – Infrared Vs UltaViolet used in Ghost Hunting

[TAZ POST]

I’ve met a lot of amazing people during my previous career as an event organizer in the camera and film industry. While creating workshops a few years back, I ran into a new instructor who was going to be teaching infrared photography. He was a scientist for a large company and infrared photography was his hobby.

This immediately gained my interest because at the time I had been watching “ghost hunting shows” for quite a bit. I had asked the instructor if he has ever found anything suspicious relating to the paranormal that he picked up on his infrared images.

We then began to discuss using “full spectrum” cameras. His response was very interesting because I remember him saying that Infrared and Ultraviolet “cancel” each other out. But this was a few years ago and I had forgotten much of the conversation.  I decided to write him recently to clarify. He has allowed me to present his explanation but would prefer to remain anonymous at this time.

Italic indicates that the text has been edited by me for clarification/definitions. 

TAZ: “I was wondering if I could interview you about infrared vs ultraviolet on the color spectrum. I remember you saying they cancel each other out and I would like to discuss further.”

MB: “Your question relates to a full spectrum converted camera. In this case the IR-blocking filter in front of the sensor is removed and only replaced by a glass plate.

Now the sensor is receptive to all wavelengths from 200-1500 nanometers (nm) wave length. 200-400 nm in UV, 400-700 nm is regular light (what our eyes can see), and above 700 nm is infrared.

Ghost hunters often claim to see ghosts best with a full spectrum converted camera. The issue here is that you get a mix of all kind of wavelengths in one photo or video stream – you might see everything but nothing!

It is much better to preselect the wavelength range which you consider most important to capture paranormal activity/ghosts. I read that those might be best seen in the UV, some claim in the infrared.

In any case you need to add filters in front of the lens to filter out the wavelengths which you don’t want to get on your sensor. So if you want to focus on the UV spectrum, you need to block everything above 400 nm. If you want infrared, you need a filter which blocks everything below 700 nm.

Full spectrum cameras might work, but as I pointed out earlier you get a big mix of wavelengths all at one which might not support clarity and interpretation of the image later.

What do you think? Leave a comment to discuss!