K2 Meter Appears to Detect Interaction with Ghosts
by Brenda - Webmaster
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If you grab yourself a K2 meter, it works on the same principal as an EMF detector - in fact it is one - but supposedly, the K2 meter is an interactive tool for interacting with the dead.
Detecting electromagnetic frequencies is a standard method of showing the presence of an entity or actually in debunking their presence. Because so many things can cause a spike on an EMF meter, making a meter's needle move on its dial, investigators look around to determine what physical conditions caused it. It could be an electrical appliance or power lines outside.
And while a K2 meter works on the same principal, measuring the same frequencies, it uses light instead of a needle. Upon detecting the presence of a frequency, the light begins to flash, remaining lit at the level of its reading.
In this video, BiStateParanormal investigates the Beffa House in Festus, Missouri. They are apparently contacting a spirit in direct correlation to questions they are asking of it. These people seem very nice and very sincere, although I can see ways this could be happening that are not paranormal. Example: meter falls down because the chair is curved and the surface is slick. However, it happens too frequently and too much on command, and since they seem very nice, I invite you watch this video and check out their site at http://www.bistateparanormal.com.