‘Kindred Spirits’ Introduces Stick Figure Ghosts. Really?

Okay, so I watched the new episode of Kindred Spirits  (The Legacy of Lizzie Borden) with Amy Bruni and Adam Berry today. They used some new equipment that they referred to as an anomaly detector (or something similar) that detected alleged paranormal activity and drew a stick figure of the spirit or entity.

They even went so far as to ask the entity to ‘wave’ and then oohed and aahed when the image of the stick figure responded.


I don’t know about you, but I have a difficult time believing that it was legit. There are a number of reasons for that.

  1. If it really worked, why wouldn’t they use it all the time? Why use it once and then go on to other methods? It seems like it would be a foolproof method of detecting when and if a spirit was present.

  2. If spirits and paranormal entities aren’t physical beings, how can you detect their arms and legs and translate that to a stick figure?

  3. If this amazing new technology (which they did not explain) existed, why aren’t other investigators using it?

I’d really like to hear your thoughts on this. Do you think it was/is legit?

If you missed the show, don’t worry. You can watch it above.








2 thoughts on “‘Kindred Spirits’ Introduces Stick Figure Ghosts. Really?

  1. Other investigators do use this same camera. And the reason that other types of equipment are used is because not all spirits have enough energy to manifest enough to be seen on the camera. I’ve seen this piece of equipment used alot and I think it’s a great addition to the paranormal investigating arsenal. My favorite is the spirit box though.

    • Maybe I would be more convinced if someone explained the science behind it. I’m not convinced it detects a spirit presence. The same with the spirit box. I’d like to know if the box spits out random words all the time. EVP’s are convincing for me, but I’m leery of the spirit box. Maybe I am ill-informed about how it actually works in real life. It just seems to me that if spirits could manipulate the radio waves that they would randomly speak whenever we listen to the radio, tv or other electronic devices.

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