Since 2006, Steve has been extensively involved in testing the hypothesis that Infrasound may be linked to some reported instances of paranormal experiences.
Infrasound and the Paranormal is the title of his Ph.D research which is approaching completion
In addition to a number of conference presentations and talks that have dealt with this subject Steve has also authored a paper published in the Journal of The Society for Psychical Research that explores the question of Infrasound and The Paranormal in some depth and challenges a number of the key beliefs.
Currently I am involved in developing methods that test the claims that ghosts and spirits are able to communicate and interact with investigators at haunted locations using electronic devices such as modified electromagnetic field (EMF) meters.
It is hoped that initial results will be available in late 2015 or early 2016.
The evolution of digital imaging, which began in the late 1990’s, resulted in a revolution within paranormal research. Investigators began to report a phenomenon previously virtually unseen on images taken using conventional film based cameras. By common consent this seemingly paranormal phenomenon was christened the Orb. Orbs are generally considered to be bright circular anomalies within an image, although other shapes such as angular & elongated forms are also found. They may appear as single or multiple anomalies & may also vary both in colour & intensity.
To date, tens of thousands of orb pictures have been offered forward by amateur paranormal investigators & lay members of the public as evidence & proof of something truly paranormal being captured by the camera. The orb debate has blighted paranormal research for (too) many years now with both the believers & the non-believers each putting their respective arguments & presenting their evidence.