- Run Time: 1 hours
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: September 26, 2013
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Alchemy Werks, LTD
Description by OLDIES.com:
Join acclaimed psychic and medium, Patrick McNamara, as he journeys into the world of the paranormal. Ghostcircle went to the Guy Fawkes Inn to investigate the various paranormal activities and to do a physical circle in "Guy Fawkes Cottage" located at the back and which was owned by his mother. Patrick also did some room investigations picking up a lot of information which was very relevant to the history especially in two of the most haunted rooms, the Belfry and room Eight. During the physical circle there were some amazing semi materialisations using the photoplasm and ectoplasm energy provided by Patrick and then amazingly Michael Jackson's face appeared over one of the sceptical circle members, who actually worked in the Guy Fawkes Inn. See post-circle reactions by people who never sat in a psychic circle before but who saw, bright blue lights, clouds of photoplasm, were touched by hands, saw a finger materialise, saw their fingers disappear, faces change on other people (quite scary ones), hands become skeletal and translucent as well as feeling materialised spirits that were warm to touch in a cold room. Some members were touched and given great relevant clairvoyant evidence from Patrick. Watch as a unique experiment with "The Rosslyn Tones" seems to enhance paranormal activity. This is modern physical mediumship in action with no sitting in cabinets and held in no darkness, but with red and blue lights turned on so you can see the phenomena. A Ghostcircle production. Directed by Karl Fallon.
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