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Here you will see some of the amazing things we have captured

ORB

Orbs are balls of energy that are naked to the human eye. Found in areas that have a haunting. These forms of energy fly around at incredible speeds and paths. Things to look out for might be rain or snow and in some cases dust can cause an orb effect. A great way to catch one of these for your own collection is to use a 35mm camera with 400 speed film, a digital camera, or a camcorder with infrared.

ECTO / MIST

Ectoplasm or mist is a cloudy form also naked to the human eye. This form can move with great speeds. It can also take many shapes and sizes. Many feel that you can make out faces in these ecto or misty forms. Things to watch out for might be smoke of any sort. Best way to catch one of these for yourself is using a 35mm camera with 400 speed or higher film, a digital camera, or a camcorder with infrared or night vision. Best of luck, it's a little harder to get then orbs.

VORTEX

A vortex is a long streak with a tunneling effect, looking something like a cyclone. Some believe that these could be a differant stage of a spiritual presence. Things to look out for might be your camera strap or long hair. Again these are also naked to the human eye and can be captured on 35mm film 400 speed or higher, a digital camera, or a camcorder with infrared or night vision.

APPARITION

Apparitions are the form of the dead person as they appeared in life. Most apparitions are visible and some have only shown up on film. Alot of times you don't even know it's an apparition until it fades before your eyes. They've been seen without feet or legs and are much harder to capture on film. Things to watch for might be to take note of everyone in the area before you take the picture. Try using 35mm 400 speed film, a digital camera and maybe a camcorder with infrared or night vision. Again these can be very hard to capture and best of luck to those that try. 

As our investigations grow, so will our zoo. So check back from time to time