Aka :instrumental transcommunication (ITC) Origin : ITC traces its roots to 1901, when a U.S. scientist made a recording of “conjured spirits” while visiting a shaman in Siberia. German physics professor Ernst Senkowski later coined the term “instrumental transcommunication” (ITC), to refer to the use of modern technical devices such as audio recorders, radios, and … Read more

Phone calls

Description : This is a phenomenon in which people literally receive phone calls from the dead. The deceased caller usually had a closed relationship with the recipient. In such calls, the telephone usually rings normally, but may sound flat and abnormal. Usually the connection is bad and the voice of the deceased fades. The voice … Read more

Spectral animals

Origin : England Description : animals that appears under a ghostly form either as “pets” attached to a certain place or taking part in a larger ghostly activity. Records : 5000 Location : in haunted places Theory : it would be logical to assume that animals have a soul if they transcend death. Some theoricians … Read more

Possessed objects

Origin : first accounts dated back from Antiquity Description : inanimate objects that move, make noise or change shape.  Sometimes a particular piece of furniture will refuse to change place, even moving in front of the owner’s eyes. Other notorious haunted objects are the various means of transport ; phantom ships, ghost trains that rumble … Read more

Evil spirits

Aka : Demons, Devil, Faeries, Incubes, … Origin : first accounts dated back from Antiquity. The New Testament acknowledges the existence of demons, the real spiritual beings that tempt, lie, deceive, and physically harm humans.Description : These non human spirits are shape-shifters. In cases dealing with Ouija boards, black magic and satanic worship, they have … Read more

Residual haunting

Aka : repeated actions, residues Description : a ghost that is trapped in a continuous loop. Many apparitions are always viewed repeating the same motions or scenes. Usually these ghosts pay little or no attention to the observer and go through the motions of the event that occurred in the past.  Time : usually such phenomenon … Read more


Aka : Ecto-mist, vapor, ghostly mist Origin : The term was originally used to describe the substance that oozed from spirit mediums during a sĂ©ance from days gone by. It is now associated and referred to as a mist or fog, and it usually displays a swirl effect within a vaporous cloud. Description : cloudy … Read more

Collectives apparitions

When several individuals, independently or simultaneously, observe the same phantom under conditions that make deception or suggestion unlikely, the event can no longer be interpreted as a totally subjective experience. Collective cases of this sort account for approximately eight percent of the total number of reported apparitions. Naturally, many times only one person is present … Read more