Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Modern day "ghostbusters" are trying to use all sorts of technology to commune with the spirits. Of course, that doesn't necessarily make it more scientific:
But ghost hunters tend to disagree on how to properly use the equipment and what it is good for.

"What ends up happening is nobody reads the instructions," said Auerbach, who holds a graduate degree in parapsychology from Pleasant Hill's John F. Kennedy University, a program that was terminated in the 1980s. "I'm seeing people use (electromagnetic-field meters) all over the place, and they get all excited when they get a high reading. It turns out they're next to a microwave oven."