“Seekers of the Supernatural”, hosted by Tony Spera, interviews Ed and Lorraine Warren, famed demonologists, on their expertise regarding psychic photography. Ed and Lorraine share their unique photos and stories, providing the viewer a rare glimpse of such phenomena, directly from their wide variety of stills and an actual video, as only the Warrens can. Learn from the investigative masters of the supernatural the basics of capturing images, and even video, of such phenomena as spirit and shadow ghosts, globules, and even demons. The discussion also includes who may take such photos and how and when to do so.
The Warrens have over forty years of experience in this field and bring their wisdom and knowledge to the table in this unique, skill-focused interview. Ed explains the camera as, “an impartial witness”, and its value as an investigative tool, as it is not showing or being biased by, “something that it believes in.” Ed clarifies the distinction between a ghost and apparition, sharing how the two manifest differently to the physical and third eyes, as well as on film. Lorraine tells how anybody can capture such images with time, patience, and a few of the key skills they outline in the interview.
Hear and enjoy the Warrens’ stories behind the footage, some harmless and others downright scary. Some of the seemingly, incredible stories shared include the true werewolf of London, whom the Warrens helped to save from his “possession”, the long-recurring apparition, Katie King, and the Borley Rectory, about which the book, The Most Haunted House in England, Borley Rectory, was written. Hear their first-hand accounts of these and many other stories from the people who were there, who witnessed and caught these stories on film, and who made it their life’s mission to investigate and help others with their unique expertise. It’s all here on this episode of “Seekers of the Supernatural”.