Most people grow more interested in it as they have experiences they can't explain.
Some want to use technology to prove that there is indeed something there.
Some want to use technology to prove that there is nothing there at all.
It's a valuable tool to have a big whopping dose of scepticism. Even though you may be quaking in your boots at some unseen noise or whisper, part of you knows there has to be a rational explanation for it.
Searching for real life causes for an experience whether it's a photo, an evp or anyting else, is vital. Check for light sources, outside source, dust, angles of pictures and shadows.
This is the time to really play detective. Figure out how the situation could have occured in the real world.
Only when you've eliminated all possibilities should you investigate further.
Make notes as you go along no matter what devices you're using to capture evidence.
Disturbances outside or inside.
Cars, trains, planes, boats, waves etc.
Walking, people coming and going from the session.
It takes hours to comb through evidence. Funny how you can capture loads of stuff in a mere few hours but it takes days, weeks, months to really examine raw data fully.
What do you want to gain from your experience?
Are you looking for specific answers to questions?
Are you being open minded?
Do you want the session to go in a specific direction?
What do you want to happen?
What do you hope to happen?
What will you do if you get what you want?
As curious as we are, we need to respect the rights of the ghosts who we're trying to call.
Even if you're a sceptic, have respect for the entities with whom you wish to communicate.
All photographs are taken by Sephera Giron and copyright protected. Copyright 2012.