It's never occurred to me to add extra security because my neighbor is very curious about what goes on here from time to time. She comes over when she believes I'm home or when she hears voices. That kinda stuff makes me laugh.
I do go "out there" every now and again but I don't have time for serious ghost hunts just now ... so mostly drive by events. Technically my house is supposed to be haunted or atleast that's what I've been told by numerous people who have stayed in siguie manor. So I have ... lets just say "many" security cameras, some also with audio triggers However, so far no ghosts or anything anomalous and I've done tonse of EVPs and even cursed ouiji board sessions and still nuthin
I love drive by. To this day I have houses I maintain a curiousity about. Are your friends houses as bombarded by various communication waves as yours? There are many safety concerns there. I actually cut back on mine when I can. Unplugging when not in use. My point being that you may be burned out. Unable to pickup on anything unusual in your environment because you are plugged in and not unplugged. That's my best guess.
As for books nope I cannot read
Huh. Is it scary to you or are experimenting?
As for tech ghost hunting Yup all for it I have a Natureal Tri FIeld meter along with electrostatic generators, electrostatic detetcors, I wrote the update diy for the Shack Hack spirit box, I even wrote a DIY for the Tasker android app to make yer phone an EMF detector without wasting battery. Heck it was easy enough that even Klainey managed to git it to werk Oh and yeah I've written some apps and also an online program
So yes I likes the stuff
We go about detection in different ways. Do you ever leave your devices behind?
Back to Kittifur ... I do like your writing style ... is what I would say if I could read ... but I particularly enjoy your Kittifur stories. I miss my kitty who passed years ago ... but your stories brings back a lot of good memories without the 4am wakupandfeedmecallz
Put food in the kitty dish at night. I'm so sorry. Losing a pet is losing a friend. One of the very few that will put up with our stuff and always test our limits. hehehe
It's been a pleasure. Thank you for stopping by. I'll work on the editor.