A ghost hunter from Cornwall is convinced that he has the proof of life after death in a video showing figures ’emerging from a grave’.
Mark Davies, 47, has challenged “any expert” to prove his video doesn’t show spirits emerging from a grave containing the bodies of two women at Falmouth Cemetery.
He told Cornwall Live he has probably the best evidence in the world right now of authentic paranormal activity, in the footage filmed last week.
“I’ve been doing this for two years now and have never seen anything like it.”
Mark has edited the video down to a 16 minute clip and is hoping that it will force senior paranormal investigators to take notice.
Mark has already appeared in local news after he spoke out about his encounter with a mysterious creature which he described as an ‘alien’ or a ‘demon’.
He said: “It’s crazy. There’s a number of things happening and I’ve edited it to bring into focus the heads on the grave.
“To the left of the grave there are also figures coming out and you can see an orb figure that moves.
“A solid object clearly walks for two seconds then vanishes in a sort of white mist.
“I invite any expert to dispel this evidence as it is the pinnacle of proof for life after death.
“You can see the faces coming out of the grave and something happening. A ball of cotton or something floats above the graves, it’s mental.”
Mark says that now the weather is improving he intends to go out and investigate Cornwall’s paranormal activity more frequently.
He added: “This is proof of life after death and I’m hoping to get it on the national news so someone important in the paranormal field will notice it.
“Visually it’s as clear as day and the most concrete evidence you can get. I just wanted visual proof to show people and I’ve got it now.”
Mark says that he pays no attention to doubters and just wants to concentrate on his work.
He says his next step is to investigate why the spirits appear to be stuck in the graveyard.
He said: “I will use transcommunication special radio to help them across. The spirits need to be comforted and know that they won’t be judged.
“They just need to forgive themselves and go home.”
Source: The Mirror