The Largest Known Global Paranormal Experiment
Directed by Brian J. Cano
On any given weekend, there are thousands of paranormal groups across the planet going on ghost hunts, participating in tours and conducting research. All are separate in their efforts and rarely communicating with one another. National Ghost Hunting Day will offer an alternative, a first of its type in ghost hunting. On September 30, 2017, multitudes of international paranormal investigation and research teams will operate under the same banner, with a common goal.
One team. Many Locations.
With its common core and objectives, National Ghost Hunting Day's " World's Largest Ghost Hunt" is positioned to be the most perfect opportunity for the entire planet to execute this goal with in an epic paranormal experiment.
As the first known experiment to be held in such a large scale, Brian J. Cano (a Paranormal Scientist and star of SyFy's Haunted Collector) is the architect of this Cognitive Consciousness experiment. With purpose and a symbolic tone, it is called "The Bridge".
What is “The Bridge”?
Simply put, it will be an attempt to establish a reliable bridge of communication with what we deem the “Other Side” by creating a collective web of consciousness with investigators across the globe as they investigate simultaneously. By focusing the intent and actions of said investigators, it is hoped that a harmony will be established during the two hours of the experiment, resulting in better evidence and deeper meaning.
The purpose of "The Bridge" experiment is to establish a web of linked consciousness around the globe as all teams engage in a two-hour session, attempting to contact the Other Side. The intent of the experiment is to analyze if this shared activity improves communication and raises vibrations.
Teams will operate out of haunted venues local to them and coordinate with Command Central, located at ScareFest in Lexington, KY. From there, via streaming video, the satellite locations will be guided through the two-hour experiment.
Initially, an invocation will be read to start off the investigation and state our intent. Much like the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of a school day, all teams around the world will read the provided words. Then, the first hour will focus primarily on EVP sessions. To start off the sessions, three questions will be provided that ask “Big Picture” questions about the nature of the work (How do you see us?, What can we do to improve communication? Etc.). All teams are required to ask the three provided questions before moving on to location-specific queries.
During the second hour, the teams will employ real-time methods – spirit boxes, RTEVPs, Ovilus, etc. As during the first hour, three control questions will be asked. At the end of the two hours, the experiment will conclude and a closing script will be read, thanking the spirits and effectively closing the bridge.
All are invited to participate in this historic undertaking. This is not about a single individual, team or location. For two historic hours on October 1, 2016 we will all be on the same team, working towards a common goal... greater understanding of our world.
One team. Many Locations.