Inexplicable circles and clouds, known as orbs, vortexes and ectoplasm, are appearing in photographs worldwide. Yes, some are photographs of dust, rain, pollen, lens flare or anything else logical minds can embrace, but not all. Taking
your own photos and interacting with these energies will convince you that some are beyond explanation. Years of experiments and research have persuaded me these light forms become more plentiful for those who intentionally seek them and believe they exist. Study them and they will broaden your understanding of life itself.
An inexpensive digital camera is all youíll need to convince yourself of the existence of unseen energies all around us. Other cameras have caught glimpses of the paranormal since photography was invented, but digital cameras are especially gifted at recording light spectra that are invisible to the human eye.
There are no experts in this field, and I donít mean to present myself as an authority in either photography or the paranormal. I had the honor of knowing everything when I was seventeen. If nothing else, these light forms have taught me I know next to nothing in the total scheme of things. This is an uncomfortable feeling
for most. Loss of their comfort zone must be why people can look at ten inexplicable photographs and totally dismiss all of them as fraudulent when just one is shown to be from a natural cause.
Exploring this website will get you started and may lead others to question your sanity as you photograph dark
skies, ceilings, death scenes, and the remote control of your television set. Should you crave more information, my book will teach you when, where and how to take paranormal photographs; discuss the many theories about what these light forms may be; and present evidence throughout history that confirms their existence.
How to Photograph the Paranormal was published by Hampton Roads Publishing Co. and will be in bookstores by January 2005. It can be ordered now through Amazon.com.