Some stuff that isn't going to display anyway.
In December 2009, Jenny Stewart, Micheal Espinito and Mike Coletta (UFO GEEK) will begin what they hope will be a major breakthrough within the research of paranormal occurrences.
Participants in this experiment will receive various clips and questions over the life of the project. Each participant will be instructed to turn the ghost box on at specific times and in some cases, at specific locations such as a grocery store parking lot. They will be instructed to play a particular clip or ask a specified set of questions of their ghost box. During the "active" ghost box time, every participant within the experiment will have their ghost box on and will be conducting identical actions while recording the session.
Anyone, anywhere who has, or agrees to purchase, a "ghost box".
Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name, a way to contact you and the model number and type of ghost box you will be using if you are interested in participating in this experiment.
If you are selected to participate, you will be expected to:
Jenny has dedicated many hours of research to the use of a "ghost box" and is one of the leading authorities in the country on the ghost box and its use. Jenny believes that the box provides us with valuable information to use within the field of paranormal research.
Michael Esposito is a specialized audio scientist in the area of Electronic Voice Phenomenon. A former Psy-ops officer in Iraq, Michael has both a technical background and understanding of the human mind. Michael Esposito is the co-star of the popular 'DVD Dead Whisper' and gives talks on Ghost Hunting using scientific technology that is more and more proving the existence of the afterlife. The realm of the 'paranormal' is rooted in quantum mechanics.
Many know Mike as the UFO Geek. Mike has modified and utilized the ghost box more than anyone else in the country. Mike is an inventor as well as a researcher. You can find more information about Mike and his inventions at http://www.ufogeek.com/