Kerry Based Paranormal Group Talk About Scary Investigations - Púca Vogue Paranormal Investigations
Thursday 1st, December 2022
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PJ O'Sullivan from Kerry based Púca Vogue Paranormal Investigations talks about his experiences with the paranormal and what led him to setup the group and their investigations.

PJ had an experience when he was a teenager which never left him and could have been the trigger for a life long interest in the paranormal and unexplained.

PJ said,

"Myself and a friend... we both [were] in a house and just happened to see a see-through person cross the base of a room,"

"I forgot about it for years and then it kind of came back into my mind again and that's when I started checking around to see do people do [paranormal investigations]. So, it was all coming from an experience in my youth."

PJ setup Púca Vogue Paranormal Investigations in 2019 while his mother, Eileen was in hospital sick. Eileen also had a keen interest in the paranormal.

PJ went on to say,

"My passion has taken me all over the world. I did the Myrtles Plantation in Louisiana. I'm just back from Canada, I went to see the Riverview Mental Facility and I actually went to the Zak Bagans' The Haunted Museum,"

PJ went on to say about the groups investigations,

"It's a paranormal investigation. We call them a lockdown investigation because once you’re in, you’re in for the night."

"I always say, you can go on a night, but you can't predict what happens. There's no script. You try your best by using equipment or yourself to interact with a spirit. I always say, we can only see and do and try our best. Where we find a lot is on the footage afterward."

"Light anomalies would be where [the light's] there and it disappears and it's in a certain pattern. Another thing then that you would be looking for is obviously if objects have moved and of course, a common occurrence is what they call EVP."

"If you've an empty room and next thing you're getting a voice in that room or somebody, be it a woman, humming; a lady singing or a man saying words - EVPs would be very common."

With regard to the scariest thing that has happened to PJ, he said,

"It was actually a private investigation in a private house where I was standing on the stairs with a colleague. Laughter always builds energy. So, they had tried to frighten me and next thing right behind me, I heard a big jump on the stairs but there was no one there,"

"In Redwood Castle, I had my t-shirt tugged. I felt like there was a low-energy spirit. I got down on my hands and knees, I put out my hands and I was like, 'if there's a spirit here come forward, pull my T-shirt, give me a tug, let me know you're there' and I actually felt a tug on my t-shirt,"

"I always say I fear the living more than the dead. The dead I find never harm you."

PJ states that Púca Vogue Paranormal Investigations is totally not for profit and the time he puts into the group and paranormal is all about following his passion for the paranormal.

"I do it for my interest and passion of paranormal. It actually gives me great comfort knowing there is more to the next life than what we have in this. For me, I'm totally driven by the passion of it."

On another night at a private investigation, PJ stated,

"We did a private convent in Carlow. It was a private investigation that a friend of mine had secured but 20 minutes after we left the building, a child’s voice was clearly heard saying 'I'm trying to go to sleep'."
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