How many are too many people? Or is there a suggested limit to how many living people should be out on an investigation?
I've heard of not many to the more the merrier to get those ghost energies going. I've been on a ghost hunt tour investigation and there were about 10 people total that went out together. We seemed to get lot's of activity but more of the personal kind and not documented evidence. I was even touched by a ghost on my arm. Some people have said the more living people on a search the more energy is or can be drawn and used by the spirits to manifest themselves and letting you catch more stuff on video and audio. I was just wondering.
I think that it depends on the size of the place and what everybody is doing. If you're all doing the same thing, then 10 would be to many, but if everybody has a job to do and its a huge place, then 10 might be OK.
Post by aprillynn93 on Sept 28, 2013 12:47:23 GMT -5
I say the least amount of people possible is best because of contamination. If there are too many people, it would be nearly impossible to notice any paranormal events. If you heard footstep or knocking for instance, you'd have to discount that. Pretty much any audio recordings would be useless. As Chris said, it really depends on the size of the place as to what would be too many.
As for if more people means more paranormal activity, that's hard to say. I think it would depend the particular circumstances of the haunting.