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Relative Time to Object Theory

Definition: The Relative Time to Object Theory is also sometimes known as the "Singapore Theory" (though how that name came to be assigned to this theory we are not aware).

 

The Relative Time to Object Theory is also sometimes known as the "Singapore Theory" (though how that name came to be assigned to this theory we are not aware).

In the Relative Time to Object Theory many investigators claim that paranormal activity will increase when an object, such as old furniture, clothing, toys, music etc. from that time period is brought into a location that used to have these objects during that specific time period. When the object is brought into the location the ghost that supposedly haunts the location will interact more, because the ghost can relate to the specific object.

For example in the ballroom at the Queen Mary, if you play the music that was played during that time era then paranormal activity may pick up more than normal.

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  external linkRelative Time Singapore Ghost Spirit Theory by Long Island Paranormal Investigators - Ghost Haunted Demonic Investigation Ghost Hunter New York NY

 

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