Stuart McIntosh, Paranormal Explorers UK Interview


Stuart McIntosh from Scottish-based Paranormal Explorers UK talks to Spooky Isles about his experiences investigating the paranormal.

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Stuart (fifth from left) with the Paranormal Explorers UK team: Scott, Adrian, Samantha, Lindsey, Young Lee, Rebecca and Kerry-Ann.

Do you believe in ghosts and if so, what is a ghost?

Yes. I believe it’s an energy, a soul, memories left over or in another dimension, that sometimes bleed into this one.

What was your first paranormal encounter?

Seeing a glass moving up and down a table, by its own accord for 10 mins in 1987.

What evidence have you uncovered that makes you consider ghosts are real?

Seeing things move, being touched, shadows, footsteps etc.

Are you a psychic? Do you consider psychics a help or hindrance for paranormal investigations?

No, but I’m Clairvoyant and Clairaudient.

How do you prepare for a ghost hunt/paranormal investigation?

Don’t gather too much info of the location but make sure the gear is all charged up.

What tips would you give a person going on a paranormal investigation for the first time?

Keep an open mind, try to debunk what happens, respect the spirits and location.

What is your favourite piece of paranormal investigation equipment?

Cat balls, K2 meter and a high-quality Zoom sound recorder.

What makes a great haunted location?

Anything and everything. Mostly luck, sometimes a location is highly active then a return visit could be very quiet.

If you could investigation an haunted location, where would it be?

Dracula’s Castle.

Read any good paranormal books or watched any paranormal TV lately?

I like Haunted Hunts TV show, anything that’s not fake, really.

Tell us about your favourite moment from a paranormal investigation.

After finishing a Ouija session something walked, thumped in the hallway then ran upstairs. Then moved the K2 meter in front of the whole team.

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