Annoying a Spirit katmykittiesmom posted:5/30/2008 11:06:36 PM I've heard people commanding a ghost/spirit out of their house, I've heard people just asking them questions, but has anybody ever laughed in the face of a spirit with an attitude problem? I know it would piss me off.katmykittiesmom posted:5/30/2008 11:11:23 PM Me again...just wanted to add regarding above post that I am perfectly serious.0x6a656666 posted:5/31/2008 4:12:03 AM In Reply To:katmykittiesmom posted:5/30/2008 11:11:23 PM Me again...just wanted to add regarding above post that I am perfectly serious.I think Most Haunted does that type of thing quite regularly. So far, it moves tables a bit more, but that's about it.caniswalensis posted:5/31/2008 6:54:55 AM In Reply To:0x6a656666 posted:5/31/2008 4:12:03 AM I think Most Haunted does that type of thing quite regularly. So far, it moves tables a bit more, but that's about it.That begs the question of if there has ever been an actual ghost or spirit on most haunted. :-)Bobnus posted:9/20/2008 3:13:20 PM I may have. I started arguing with what might have been one when some friends of mine were playing with an ouigia board. It claimed to be in heaven at the moment, so I asked it how it was moving the lens. Never did get an answer to that.ofutile posted:12/24/2008 3:45:53 AM Most Haunted are fakes... look into the Ghost Adventures crew (on the Travel Channel). All that seems to be required to initiate some sort of reaction is to be strong and somewhat rude. It seems to really work for the GA crew.consultantmichael posted:1/2/2009 8:17:23 PM A change of frequency near the spirit has the ability to change it's mood so to speak. The more drastic the change the better mood change and it also depends what kind of spirit, alot of them only have ability to pull small pieces of energy towards them at a time some can pull more. The ones that can pull more will give you the best show. The perfect match would be you ino a house that has a strong violent type spirit in it like up stairs or in a specific room, take a portable generator into that room or area and turn it on for say an hour then leave it there but turn everything off. Have your equipment ready because you just changed the freq in that area drasticly and upset that spirits hole world. This would be better in the evening because of less radio,infered,micro and other waves that run rapid all around us in the day. Now you have the quickist way to get beat up by a spirit. If you get marked please post pics ok?Wanna_Believe_3 posted:2/27/2009 1:39:48 PM In Reply To:caniswalensis posted:5/31/2008 6:54:55 AM That begs the question of if there has ever been an actual ghost or spirit on most haunted. :-)I'm with "canis" on this one. It does seem quite the coincidence that when they get all big and brave and ask them to "please move something", it happens.Wanna_Believe_3 posted:2/27/2009 1:41:13 PM In Reply To:ofutile posted:12/24/2008 3:45:53 AM Most Haunted are fakes... look into the Ghost Adventures crew (on the Travel Channel). All that seems to be required to initiate some sort of reaction is to be strong and somewhat rude. It seems to really work for the GA crew.Yea, and I always laugh my BUTT off when they think they're all big and tough. Then, as soon as something happens, they go crying like babies out of the room. HA!TroyParanormal posted:3/29/2009 2:51:03 PM It is not a good thing to "annoy" spirit. You should have respect. I say this because a spirit may be just as scared of you as you are of it. When trying to communicate, introduce yourself first, let thm know that you are there for them and that you are not going to hurt them. Allthough at times when you are at a place where you know ther should be activty, a little provoking is ok to do. But keepin mind that nomatter what, you cammot perdict the outcome of it. I have found that they are more willing to comunicate when you are patient with them. Remember...it is hard for them to do so, giving them the time and understanding of that, will more than likely push them into manifesting themselves to communicate. Please log in or become a member to add a post.