We aren't afraid. : Shadow Chasers of Middle Tennessee
Ghosthunting Tools
Digital Infrared Camera

A device used to capture images invisible to the human eye at the hot end of the light spectrum. It is capable of feeding information to a computer, where its infrared images may be stored on a hard drive.

Digital Thermometer

A device used to record the presence of cold spots and hot spots, sometimes during an apparent paranormal event. Some digital thermometers record temperatures second-by-second for PC storage and graphical charting.

Digital Voice Recorder

Device used for recording Electronic Voice Phenomenon (EVP's). Capturing voices unheard by the human ear.

Electromagnetic Field Detectors

A device used to record data on electromagnetic fields (EMFs). Its use is controversial among ghost hunters in that EMFs from power lines, television sets, kitchen appliances, etc surround us constantly, as well as the fact that it has yet to be categorically proven that ghost emit EM energy. On the other hand, some researchers say ghosts disrupt EMF's.

Full Spectrum Camera

The term Full Spectrum refers to being able to see further into the spectrum of light than our naked eyes can see. We can see only a portion of light that actually exists in the world. Beyond that is ultraviolet (or UV) and infrared (or IR). Some theories suggest that paranormal entities can and will show themselves in the UV or IR ranges explaining why we generally cannot see them with our naked eye or catch only a quick glimpse of them.

K2 Meter

The K2 EMF meter is a powerful fast sampling Electromagnetic field (EMF) meter that covers frequencies from 30-20,000 Hz. This makes the K2 EMF meter a great instrument for both Paranormal Research and for finding potentially harmful high EMF levels in your home or work environment.

Night Vision Scope

Allows you to see in the dark.

Thermal Imaging Digital Camera

A device that records images of long-wavelength infra-red radiation (i.e. heat) that is invisible to the human eye. The thermal imaging camera facilitates the capture of images in darkness, smoke, or fog.