MALAYSIAN PARANORMAL RESEARCH


Our Mission

The main aim of The Malaysian Paranormal  Research is to share the documentation through research about the existence of life after death. Our mission is to share information and/ or to help change the perception of peoples’ narrow view about this mysterious world, through scientific research methods using a digital camera, video and audio recording

 


About Our Research

The Malaysian Paranormal Research collection of non-dust Ghost Orbs, Ecto, Human Shaped Apparitional Ghost Photos, Ghost videos and EVPs is one of the largest collection online in Malaysia . The collection mostly comes from the solo investigations by a  professional ghost researcher and from our professional sub-team investigators based in Ipoh, Perak. The dust orb found on this site is only for comparison purposes.

 


Submit your ghost photo

 

Click the link below  to submit your ghost photo to us as an email attachment

rwnjohn@yahoo.com

awnjohn@yahoo.co.uk

rwnjohn@live.com.my


 


Research Findings: Electronic Voice Phenomena - EVP.

 

Please click the links below to access our research findings in the form of audio recorded during our paranormal investigations.

Click the links below to access our EVP galleries:

  1. EVP Gallery 2012 - New Gallery

  2. EVP Gallery 2011 - New Gallery

  3. EVP Gallery 2008

 


 

Special thanks.

 

With body-mind-soul, I would like to express my special thanks and give full credit to whom ever came through and let themselves to be captured on my audio recorder, and thank them every day for making the effort helping me in what ever ways no matter how brief to document their existence and, to make my research success.


 

Media format.

 

Please be informed that we have upgraded our EVPs into a smaller size using 'wma' and mp3 format for our EVPs. Therefore, if you don't have any audio player you may download the Windows Media Player by clicking the image below. In advance we thank you for your support in any way for this research.

 

Download the latest Windows Media Player