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Monday August 9th, 2004

Host

George Noory

Guests

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Researching Ghost Lights
 
Plasma Experiment

Recap

Plasma Lights and Ghosts

Paranormal researcher Joshua P. Warren of L.E.M.U.R. returned to the show, to discuss his team's creation of a plasma that resembles the anomalous Brown Mountain Lights.

By reproducing certain elements found at Brown Mountain in their laboratory such as layers of quartz and magnetite (which forms a capacitor), they were able to set off discharges at different angles that created the illusion of a ball of light moving inside a plasma chamber, he explained. Interestingly, he noted that the US is experimenting with plasma for non-lethal weaponry, in which a gun could be set to stun rather than kill.

Warren also shared some of his ghost hunting techniques. He said that still cameras are ideal for capturing phenomena because with their high shutter speeds, they can catch things that can't be seen with the naked eye. He also commented that he is partial to digital cameras because they can capture part of the infrared spectrum.

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Plasma & Brown Mnt. Lights


Pictured is a comparison of a plasma produced in the L.E.M.U.R. lab and a photo of the anomalous Brown Mountain Lights.

Joshua P. Warren explains further: "These images (Photo 1, Photo 2) of unexplainable illuminations on Brown Mountain were captured by Brian Irish using an IR camera (Infra-red). Being shot (at night) at a distance of 2.5 miles away, and using the IR technology, the colors and detailed forms of the illuminations are obscured compared to what is visible to the naked eye.

"L.E.M.U.R.'s plasmas in the laboratory were shot from inches away using a non-IR camera. This reveals the full color and form of the hovering illuminations. If the lab plasmas are shot with an IR camera, they too appear as white blobs of light."
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