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Nick Sage Psychic Medium clears 30 east drive – Exposed for publicity stunt?

Nick sage psychic medium claims to have cleansed 30 east drive! This seems to have angered many within the paranormal field.  Is it real? or is it a publicity stunt?

The Pontefract poltergeist is a well known famous case, with books written about it and films even being. Weekly, this location is booked up by paranormal event company’s and paranormal research organisations.

Lets closely exam the posts to see if we can spot any indication on “the truth” to see if this was indeed a publicity stunt?

The story first brakes on facebook from the mediums fan page direct by saying “30 east drive has now been cleansed”

This sends makes the paranormal community go into a fit of rage, and sparks the debate of was it right or wrong?

Next statement is that he is banned from 30 east drive!

Next up he announces he will be LIVE, About the real story, East Drive. This is pretty cryptic because he doesn’t state hes going back but in the comments, he states “Medium Nick Sage Due to security, I can’t give the date but the filming will be in the Sumner”. This statement makes people think hes going back, when hes already stated hes banned. 

The next statement is a classic.

He says the full story will be coming soon showing ‘a’ article on the sun newspaper front page. In the comments he states “Medium Nick Sage The Full article will be in May” but before on a post he said its going in the papers next week “Now its may!”

The next statement is actually nothing to do with east drive but it can be helped to understand whats going on here somewhat if we look at the bigger picture.

He does a live stream with “Annabelle the haunted doll”  which is pretty ironic the title!, obvious not the real Annabelle, but i think the wording of the video could be intentional to draw in the viewers…..

The next post is a free live psychic video readings, yet again another way to capture an audience and drum up PR for his fan page. Are we starting to see a pattern here?

Then one final statement about the clearance of 30 east drive.

So was this a publicity stunt.

If we bullet point the facts and misinformation he has posted it should be able to direct you to the answer.

  1. States clearance will be in papers next week, then later says May.
  2. Teases that he going back to east drive when he states he is banned for life.
  3. Fake front cover article of the sun and states it will be in May. “the sun will not print the story of this on the front cover, pre planned way ahead of time.
  4. Posts up live steam with a doll labelled as “Annabelle the haunted doll”
  5. Free Live Video psychic readings

All of the above are all publicity generating posts to get the spotlight.

there is no mention of this 30 east drive spirit clearance in ANY news paper or media outlet as of yet!

So is it a publicity stunt…it is seeming that way!

The spirit clearance could be a real attempt, but the media buzz seems all fake. 

The next question is was it right to do a cleansing of a property he did not own? or get the consent to do.

I would like to start this by saying no one owns a spirit as their own, as science has yet to prove ghosts exist and that no one should play god on weather the spirit goes or stays within a private property.


When you enter a private property, you are expected to respect the client’s home, and their best wishes, no matter what the rules are.

His house his rules, disobeying any rules which causes any damage can be legal binding.

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EXPOSE: Paranormal Equipment SCAMS – BUYERS BEWARE!

So you see a listing in a selling group and think, bingo! I need that piece of expensive equipment for my kit, I wonder if they will sell for a good price?….you contact the seller and you agree on the price….you pay… then wait for your parcel…and wait….contact the seller…no joy…wait again…get a dozen excuses…wait ….get asked for more postage money…you send and then wait….and then you get blocked or the profile disappears or simply you have a message back saying due to the amount of hassling you have been giving them they have decided you now can’t have it and due to the inconvenience of the hassling messages they aint refunding the money back either!

This is what has happened in the community within the last few months unfortunately.

Listed below is a advertisement from a seller claiming to be selling paranormal equipment

A paranormal investigator decides he wants to buy a few bits, a price is agreed, she asks for half now and postage…and she states to send the rest of the money owed when the items arrive… sounds fair doesn’t it?

He then asks how to pay the amount and she wants it via a Bank Transfer……..

Sends it over

And hears NOTHING

He messages again to see if she’s received it to be told she needs a further £12 has the item is really heavy and it needs to be sent next day delivery and she needs bus fair as has it’s really cold outside and she couldn’t possibly walk to the post office…

He then states he doesn’t need the item to be next day and a few days time will be fine….she agrees and says she will sort it. The few days passes, he’s asked for a receipt for the proof of sending and NOTHING…..

He messages again she pops up to say she hasn’t had chance a family issue has arisen and it will be posted out….

At this point im sure anyone may be slightly worried…so he asks for the money back, which she claims she will when she’s not busy….and again nothing.

By this point if you hassle her again you either get a message from her husband from her profile on her behalf saying that you are not getting it or your money back because you have in some way threatened her or you get blocked…..

This lady does have the kit she took pictures with it…she doesnt seem to be into the paranormal…but who knows she could be, but if any teams recognise it, it sure wouldn’t surprise me!

After speaking with some others she has also tried to sell the same items to others even after payment was received.

And after digging some deeper, I think she is known for her cons…… but of course you wouldn’t know this before checking everything out…you would see that lovely piece of new equipment you want….

So how can we be careful….NEVER pay someone via Bank Transfer or Western Union…why?….because the payment can not be reversed, in some cases not even traced and sending it this way can be seen as a gift rather than an actual purchase.

The safest way is through PayPal at least then if you don’t receive your item a dispute will be made and potentially you could get your money back. If they havent got Paypal I wouldn’t bother, unless of course you pay on collection.

Apparently this is a common scam in groups with many being conned

Look at this ad for instance

Lee smart messaged…again price was arranged and payment was sent via bank transfer and…….no item was sent.

Lee messages…messages again…and again and BLOCKED.

So another profile to watch out for is this one

Both of these have proof of payment yet havent contacted the police because there is no buyer protection, it would be seen as a civil matter therefore not a police matter.

It would seem that these kind of scammers have numberous profiles so pin pointing them to just one or two is hard. I also understand it is hard for groups who do allow equipment selling to control this matter also but urge such groups to advise potential buyers and sellers to only deal if it’s through a buyers protection site such as PayPal.

This article is mainly to make people more aware of the danger of western union and bank transfers, as these are just 2 examples, out of many people who do this kind of scam. If you buy from some person direct, without eBay, amazon, google pay – applepay – Esty, the most normal and safest way of payment is PayPal, where the goods needs to be stated in the message to the buyer / seller.. 

Only exception of bank transfers would be well buying direct using your card on a secured well established site, which has a clear following of active users. Western union.. no major website would ask for payment through this and if they insist they haven’t other way to receive payment simply suggest payment of collection only!

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The Best EVP Recorder – Records a Ghosts / Spirits Voice Every time!!!

Well Sorry, i have baited you here with a false claim, “the best EVP Recorder – Records a ghosts / spirits voice every time”
Lets re phrase the title: The Broken EVP Recorder – Which Records its own Inner electronics every time without fail.


You will see people with this device called Panasonic RR-DR60.

People claim this device is the best, and captures real voices of the other side.

When used on every investigation it will pick up on spirits asking for HELP and growling down the mic..

However this isnt the case, the company Panasonic released a statement and recalled the product “DR-60” because people was complaining it was recording “SOUNDS” which shouldn’t be there.. Upon their investigation of the device, they deemed the device not fit for use, and asked everyone to return the device, for a newer model with an improved quality audio.

This device is possibly the biggest scam and con within the paranormal community with people selling this device for over £1000.00

Dont believe me? take a look…


a noisy electric circuit such as is found in the Panasonic RR-DR60 or in the loopback used in Video ITC. In fact, this is what we have found to be true.

The Quality of the recorder is shockingly bad also.

The Freq Response (above300kHz) and the very low sampling rate (sub 8kHz), as well as known noise artifacts produced by the RR-DR60 make this a very hard sell for the prices demanded.

Yet again the well known noise artifacts are brought up  to our attention as well as the quality of the recorder.  While there is someone talking there will be no evps over your voice but ONLY when you are not talking wait….

Lets dig something else up.

Experience is showing that a microphone is only important to introduce additional noise if the noise generated internally by the recorder is not useful for voice formation.

A very high quality recorder produces very little internal noise but a low-quality recorder typically produces too much steady-state noise, which is not useful for EVP.

Current understanding is that noise in the voice range–400 to 4,000 Hz–with many perturbations, such as small noise spikes, is useful for voice formation. The noise is needed for voice, but the perturbations are apparently useful to initiate the voice formation process.

The Panasonic RR-DR60 produces this kind of noise internally,

There is a few quotes by the company and some people who investigated the claims. It is well DOCUMENTED that this device creates its own WHITE NOISE. and inner circuit which then people say its a ghost.

Now the sick thing is some people are well aware of this.. not all.. but alot..and know that this device is infact faulty and broken.. to con their audience in believing that they have indeed caught spirit communication or to sell to the public making 100s if not 1000s of pounds. SICK.

For the fresh people coming into the field they will see these records on “ghost hunts, Paranormal youtube series, and even on TV…” and of course on ebay… SO BE AWARE.. dont be conned.. Do not BUY A BROKEN RECORDER…… and if you see someone use this point out that.. HEY… that was recalled by Panasonic because it records its own electronics.. the chances are.. they will already know that.



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#Exposed – Ultra Sonic Movement Sensor Ghost Hunting Equipment

Today’s exposure is in the equipment market of the paranormal community..

much of today’s equipment is actually really simple to make, and this device today is extremely simple and cheap to do it yourself..  This is how much you would be paying from a paranormal ghost hunting shop


so if you was in UK, this would cost you 100£ thats including the postage and packing which was £20.00 and on top of that you may have had to pay customs which would be around 30 – 45£ so a total of around £150 – 165.

Now im going to show you how to make this for under £20.00.

But before i do that, i want to put out a statement i actually blanked out the company’s logo who made this device, although i dont agree with this devices price, i do however like some of the equipment this company has got, i have some of it myself and i like it, “not saying it detects ghosts”  Hell i dont even believe in ghosts… also this company doesn’t list this item no more on their website but it is found else where. But..  no equipment out there is 100% designed to detect a ghost because we haven’t scientifically proven ghosts to exists so its impossible to make any piece of equipment which does indeed contact something we haven’t even proven exists yet…  all equipment out there is used based upon peoples beliefs and theory’s .

Back onto the device in question now! How do you make this unit then? SIMPLE…

Just buy a car reverse censor

here is a link, which costs £9.99


You get everything you need just about from that link, only thing missing now is a CASE, and Battery’s

Below is a link to a simple black ABS Project Box. £5.90 “the first one i found”  This Should be big enough to stand on top of the Battery Box, Length ways, Stick down “2 Censors” One at each end of the Box, and Add the Display on the top of the box.







So there you have it! a simple little device, i hope this saves you money this xmas 🙂

If you like this exposure pleaseeeeeeeeee Re Blog and share 🙂 also comment thank you.

Paranormal-magazine Team.

UPDATE: Jeromy Jones contacted the magazine, with some more points of view, we feel are indeed worth sharing. 

Being the owner of the company I can speak about this. What is not obvious is that we are adjust the internals of each sensor individually so they work in a small area. I was the first to use the sensors for the Paranormal and can tell you it has brought some interesting results. The comment is correct ultrasonic sensors should only detect solid objects but my results have shown otherwise. I have videos posted all over showing intelligent responses with the Paramid. What you are paying for is the design the calibration and the idea. Yeah you can go buy yourself a project box and throw it in there but you won’t get the same results and design is very important to me so that would look hideous.

I could buld the Paramid with arduino, two sensors a display and some minor electronics, however that would mean the price would double or triple in price. By using a simple backup sensor kit like you’ve shown above and doing some minor modifications to the transducer controllers and adding some resistors I can bring it to the public for much cheaper. It’s not as easy as just popping the kit in a plastic box and adding a battery. If you don’t take account in the amount of time it took me to test the system and get results and adjustments, or design time, there’s still 6 hours to print the unit, then hardware all the electronics instead of just plugging the kit in, your looking at about a 7 hour build time. For those that can’t build there own equipment, in my opinion, the price for the designs and functionality are fair. While we are located in the US, we do have a lot of friends outside the US and are proud to ship to them. While I understand the point of the article, I just want to make sure your readers understand what goes on behind the scenes.
Thanks again
-Jeromy Jones