In the 1960s, Nina Kulagina from Russia, demonstrated her psychic powers of telekinesis in a number of testes conducted by Russian science community. Nina had several abilities, however much study focused on moving objects by the power of the mind or psychokinesis. Many tests were performed and documented in attempting to discover the source of her power which remains unknow to this day. Much of Nina’s life was devoted to research into her abilites as published tests and firsthand account state her being a genuine psychic. Skeptics will insist it was all a trick orchestrated by the Russian government.
In 1995, Terry Cottle committed suicide by shooting himself in the head. As he was an organ donor, his heart was given to a man named Sonny Graham. Some time later, Sonny wrote to Terry’s wife thanking her for her husband’s gif and a se ond chance to life. The two remained in contact, became close where they eventually fell in love and got married. However, the ending of this tale isn’t a happy as a few years later Sonny ended up committing suicide by shotting himself in the head.
During college, one of the elective courses I selected to take was an introduction to digital imaging. The class taught how to scan and save pictures onto a computer along with basic lessons on photo editing with an earlier version of Photoshop. At the time, the ability to manipulate images I viewed to be exciting as one would no longer be limited to errors of film cameras where flaws such as red eye could easily be corrected. In learning this technology, I realized I could never again trust any picture taken of something paranormal.
Images captured on film freezes a moment in time and on some occasions could create a mystery when something strange appears on the photo. While most perplexing pictures may hold a reasonable explanation, there are a few which defy any given. Here is a YouTube video about such mysterious photos.
On Abnormal Realm, this week’s posting features the Kaukauna Paranormal Research Team based from Kaukauna, Wisconsin, USA. This is a non-profit organization founded by Josh Vande Wettering back in September, 2009 offering services throughout the Wisconsin state. Other members within the group are David Kedzior, lead investigator and pranic therapist, Sephanie Sawyer, forensics specialist and investigator and Dee Viotto ,public relation and investigator.
The Kaukauna Paranormal Research Team was formed on three principles which is reflected in their mission statement on their website which “is to help those affected by what could be paranormal activity, document paranormal activity, and educate the public more on the paranormal field.” All cases the study are approached with the scientific method in the gathering of facts and evidence. Services offered the group include investigations and research, public speaking with presentations, pranic therapy, and referrals to trusted ministerial guidance and cleansing of properties, to include exorcisms. There are no charges for investigations. Continue reading