UV Flashlight Light Glow In The Dark Religious Trigger Object Set
The set includes a glow in the dark rosary bead set with small crucifix, Virgin Mary and large Crucifix. The set also includes a powerful 21 led UV (Ultraviolet/Black Light) flash light for illuminating and changing the glowing objects as well as general forensic investigation work. All the objects can be charged up in bright light before use or charged using the UV flashlight to work in total darkness. The UV light can also provide a constant lighting of the objects without over lighting the surrounding areas.
This set includes 1x UV Flashlight, 1x glowing Virgin Mary or Jesus, 1x glowing rosary with small crucifix, 1x glowing large crucifix. (All glowing objects are made in plastic & Metal, please note, object sizes may vary from images)
We have selected this particular flashlights as they require only three (easy to find) AAA batteries, unlike many others on the market that use hard to find expensive Ultrafire style batteries.
How To Use Trigger Objects
Trigger objects are used by many paranormal investigators and ghost hunters to try and capture physical evidence of spirit activity in the form of some kind of interaction. A trigger object can be used to draw or lure spirits forward in hope of some from of communication or even physical movement of the object. Many ghost hunters will use balls, dolls or artefacts that they think may have an association with a particular spirit or entity known from previous investigations. Like toys for children, rosary beads for priests, nuns or religious individuals, medals uniforms or such like for soldiers, and so on. Sounds can also be used which is known as the "Singapore" theory same principle applies. Objects are usually place within a controlled space and monitored by a camera or even dusted with power to reveal and movement. It is common to tell the spirit or spirits you are placing the object for them and invite them to interact with it.
Information on UV (Ultraviolet/Black light) use
As it is thought that spirits or ghosts may be more visible in certain kinds of light the use of various spectrum specific light is becoming popular in the paranormal investigation field. Long established in the forensic research area narrow bands of light colours both visible and invisible to our eyes can highlight different organic materials and cancel out certain colours making a shaper contrast image. The same philosophy is being applied by the paranormal researcher trying to find new ways to reveal evidence on investigations. The principle of the theory is that by reducing the visible light to a very narrow band of the spectrum we may see things that would otherwise go unnoticed in a full spectrum white light. Using both invisible & visible coloured lights with full spectrum cameras is thought to be a way to see more from the other side than we could with the naked eye.
The UV (Ultraviolet/Purple) lLED emitter sits at around 380 -410 nm on the Wavelength light spectrum and is the a dark fuzzy deep purple/Blue UV light sits within the visible light spectrum but is on the border line of what we can and cannot see. This is basically a version of the classic Black Light that you would see in theme parks or discos. It responds to different materials in different ways, some objects will illuminate bright blue white, like cotton fabric or paper, whereas other materials or objects go dark and almost invisible. It is this characteristic that makes it a fascinating research tool used widely in forensics. It is also a spectrum of light highly visible to full spectrum cameras.
"We don't pretend to have the answers to the mysteries of the spirit world, but together we just might catch a glimpse of the other side" ( Walking With Ghosts TV) Neither Walking with ghosts and funky lighting are associated with, or promote any form of religion or organised faith structure. We are simply open minded people who have a passion in exploring unusual and unexplained phenomenon,as well as social history, mythology and folklore from every corner of the globe.