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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Tonight: Paranormal Surveillance starts world’s first crowd-sourced paranormal experiment‏ – It's like real life. There's just enough to make it interesting.


"I’m happy to report signups to join the world’s first crowd-sourced paranormal investigation for Paranormal Activity 2 live — the details of which I can now also reveal…

(Through the power of social media! ) tonight at midnight you will be able to take part in a global investigation into paranormal activity if you have a webcam and access to the internet.

The host site will be encouraging people from all over the world to live-stream footage from their homes, workplaces or any area they suspect to attract unexplained phenomena. This footage will be analysed overnight using its technology and republished to individuals in the morning. If anything unusual is detected it will be uploaded to the site for participants to view, discuss and share over social media.

This experiment is part of a project which has also seen 60x Twitter-enabled EMF readers (ghost detecting devices that tweet their owners when paranormal activity is sensed) sent to 10x countries in what could be the largest paranormal investigation ever undertaken online."

Posted via email from Siobhan O'Flynn's 1001 Tales

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