Orbs (Light Anomalies)
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Apparitions take a variety of forms. Of course, the Holy Grail for a paranormal investigator would be the "full body apparition". These are really rare as you might guess. There are partial body apparitions, apparitions that just use a single body part, such as a leg, hand, or even just a face. There are also what we refer to as ecto apparitions. These are figures that appear to be mostly gaseous or mist-like in nature. In most cases, you won't be able to make out definite features, such as facial characteristics. Even if you think that you might, we suspect that this is is just as likely to be due to pareidolia as it is to actually be seeing the features. What's pareidolia? The psychological phenomenon that causes some people to see or hear a vague or random image or sound as something significant is known as pareidolia (par-i-DOH-lee-a). This phenomenon is likely what has occurred when people claim to have seen religious figures in...well...things like refrigerator doors and burnt toast, as well as to be seeing figures in reflective surfaces and in flames. Please don't take offense! It is a legitimate effect and we all have fallen victim to it. Some of the following photos are things that we have captured and the jury is still out on the fact that they are in fact, apparitions. Only the ghosts know for sure at this point.