It is said that the divide between spirit and our world is less than the thickness of a cigarette paper. It is also said by others that there is no evidence of the paranormal.
That sentiment is understandable if the viewer bases his or her experiences on some questionable video activities distributed on many sharing sites, but once in a while a very special video on the paranormal appears.
This video is of what at first seems to be a routine day investigation of a 17th century former coaching inn, known as `The Angel` hotel, of Coleford, Gloucestershire.
Invited by Adam & Paula Heath of (FPI) Forest Paranormal Investigations to share an investigation of this building which they have methodically mapped for activity over some considerable time.
Some of those earlier experiences are shown on screen during interviews with Adam, and two hotel workers. One, a girl called Abi, appears to be a favourite of `Jack`, as at varying points in this video he indicates that, and also in Part 2, where he actually calls her by name through a ghost box session.
Part 2 will be available within two weeks.
After some minutes from the start inside the darkened `Magnums` night club, a presence made itself known by ripping off the front of an IR lamp.
Very soon, responses were recorded on three K2 EMF meters, and unbeknown to us at the time, EVP in the form of a man`s voice was recorded answering questions from the assembled investigators.
It had been previously established by FPI that this presence was a spirit of a man called, `Jack`, who doesn`t like male company, but clearly loved girls as he admits on this video in the form of almost Class A EVP!
Throughout the long session with `Jack`, it was wholly apparent that we were dealing with a sentient being, clearly aware of us, and with the ability to interact.
In this edited version of that long afternoon investigation, you will quite simply be amazed by the activity in this frenetic, and very haunted hotel.
Each room was just as fascinating as the next, and the activity did not wane at all.
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