Monday, May 25, 2009

Franks box or the Ghost box

Frank Sumption is the original creator of the Franks box or the Ghost box in 2002. However, some say that Thomas Edison was working on a spirit communicator. He never finished it. The box was built as a way to communicate with the spirit world. It allows for two-way communication.

The ghost box is used as an electronic method of spirit communication best categorized under ITC, Instrumental Transcommunication. ITC is the use of electronic video and audio equipment of communicate across dimension with discarnate human spirits.

The box scans AM and FM frequencies in a uninterrupted manner, creating white noise. Which is believed that ghosts can use to communicate with. This white noise is amplified. The box works interactively because you ask questions directly to the ghosts and receive answers back. How the box works seems to be affected by the strength of radio signals in an area. Poor signal quality reduces the ability for ghosts to make contact.

Continued research and experimenters have received positive messages, as well as negative messages.

A couple of tips when using the Franks box are that the box needs a good signal to work properly. If Am and/or FM stations are being picked up than the box will work. If the signal is weak try to strengthen the signal using an antenna. When communicating with ghosts ask plenty of questions. Give a reasonable amount of time for answers to come through.

Friday, May 22, 2009


I have our website up and going. Check out our site and sign the guestbook.

There is a lot of personal things going on in my life right now, I will not be doing any investigations for a while. I hope to be back soon.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Theories and Dimensions

I was recently at a paranormal class about theories. The instructor talked about the M-theory, so I came home and tried to do research on this topic. This theory is about alternate dimensions and parallel worlds.

The instructor commented about that instead of getting photo's of ghosts or voices of ghosts that what if a parallel world or dimension had crossed into our world. And what we thought were ghosts were actually people in this other world.

The more I thought about this the more is does make sense as one theory to explain the sighting of ghosts. But I'm not 100% for sure on this.

On some of my research on the M-theory this is what I found on wikipedia. M-theory is a new limit ( the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent) of string theory in which 11 dimensions of space time may be identified. M-theory is not yet complete; however it can be applied in many situations. The "M" in M-theory could stand for master, mathematical, mother, mystery, membrane, magick, or matrix.

Monday, May 4, 2009


Ghost towns are defined as deserted town with few or no remaining inhabitants. There are a few websites out there that will point you in the direction of these types of towns as well as many books.

Some of these towns are what they say deserted. You will find a building or two remain or maybe most of the town site. Sometimes you will not find anything at all. All the buildings have either been torn down or moved to another town site. The building foundations or part of a wall might be the only thing left. Maybe the only surviving thing to let someone know that a town once stood there is the cemetery. Or a natural disaster destroyed the town, like a fire. And still some towns were emptied and the area flood to become a lake.

Then you have the ghost towns that are still surviving. Children still attend the school, the church is still active, or a long store is still opened for business to the locals that live in the area.

Finding these town sometimes can be a challenge. Being that the roads are no more traveled making it almost impossible to drive down them anymore. The main roads to the town were never payed, leaving only the dirt or gravel as a guide through the grassland. It can be fun trying to find them and succeeding in doing so, and learning about the history of the town. However it can be disappointing because there are no remains of the town not even foundations of the buildings.

I have been to a few of the ghost towns here in Oklahoma. I enjoy researching and reading about the old town and trying to find it. Oklahoma has many ghost towns, just I stated up above that not all of them can be found. And so far none of them have looked like a ghost town you see in the movies.