This unique footage is from a strange and very underrated/under looked documentary called The Afterlife Investigations: The Scole Experiment. More evidence that divination and attempts at communication with spirits leads to evidence and destruction of the soul through belief in anything other than God. Spirit communication of any kind is pure deception similar to the whole UFO phenomenon. One must be careful to guard against demonic deception. There is a war between God and the Devil, good and evil, and evil likes to present evidence for things other worldly in some cases, and pretends to not exist in others. The purest deception is mostly to make sure that evidence of Satan stays hidden so most do not believe, and become secular in every way.
I believe the paranormal is quite real. Seeking it out, however, brings destruction. The more research I do on the subject, it all seems to point that way. Not all reported cases of the paranormal are real. However, most certainly, a certain percentage are. It seems that active participation in ghost hunting, EVP recordings, Ouija board use invite evil into people's lives.
For example, the never happy [ex] wife who visits a palm reader in search of what will happen and if there is a future potential man in her life. Of course the answer will be yes, and the deception is complete. Destruction of the family unit is a favorite for the forces of evil. Divination - which comes in many forms - is real, but they are not helpful spirits of your dead relatives. They are demonic with the sole purpose of the destruction of your soul by preying upon your lack of faith in your family and in God.
"The Scole Experiment chronicles the extraordinary results of a five-year investigation into life after death. At the beginning of 1993 four psychic researchers embarked on a series of experiments in the Norfolk village of Scole. The subsequent events were so astounding that senior members of the prestigious Society for Psychical Research asked to observe, test and record what took place.
The investigators... encountered evidence favoring the hypothesis of intelligent forces... able to influence material objects, and to convey associated meaningful messages, both visual and aural."