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Survival Contest

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Halloween Props Contest 2015

Participated in the
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Epilog Contest VII

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Halloween Decor Contest 2015

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42 Comments

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guitarkidzakk
guitarkidzakk

3 years ago

omg it works!

so duz the ouija bourd so it dont matter

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schmidtm4
schmidtm4

Reply 1 year ago

except you wont get possessed with it. ;)

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FrankR133
FrankR133

3 years ago

This thing might not actually detect "ghosts", or anything supernatural, but perhaps it could detect an approaching lightning storm? There are lightning detectors with somewhat similar circuits.

for ghosts, I would definitely want to use a different kind of amplifier circuit. Perhaps a FET as the 1st stage, or an instrumentation amp?

Or simply tune any AM broadcast receiver to a quiet spot (no radio station transmitting), and you will hear all sorts of crackles, pops, humming, etc. Then record the audio to a .wav file on your computer, and run an FFT (Fast Fourrier Transform) on it. You would be surprised with what you can get.

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Mancave Effects
Mancave Effects

3 years ago

Nice and easy to follow steps! As the video link seems to be broken, i found another video called "the ultimate ghost detector" that consists of +- the same circuit:
https://youtu.be/S7VKkZ2UOZs

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RuchiT4
RuchiT4

Question 3 years ago on Step 9

Will this device work?I mean,I don't really do these things but it's kind of attractive.
Thanks!

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Beebleblox
Beebleblox

3 years ago

Who'ya gonna call!? I like the idea, but all you need is a staunch Christian staying in the house

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jompon2547
jompon2547

3 years ago

i am so spooked

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HackShack
HackShack

4 years ago

Can I use a pn2222? I have a bag of those.

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ShraddhaN1
ShraddhaN1

5 years ago

i was thinking of using an arduino to do this. Woud you mind guiding me to do so?

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Salman Naveed
Salman Naveed

6 years ago

Can you tell me the correct sequence in which you installed the resistors from R1 to R3? Great project by the way!

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DineshK11
DineshK11

Reply 5 years ago

R1-10K

R2-100K

R3-220ohm

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Gursimran Singh 425
Gursimran Singh 425

Reply 6 years ago

Hi,thanks for asking and sorry from my side for delay in reply!all the resistors are connected one after one to collectors of transistors and from the battery

r1 is 220 ohms

r2 is 100 kilo ohms

r3 is 1 million ohms

thank you !

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Matty38
Matty38

5 years ago

like a Darlington array

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bravoechonovember1
bravoechonovember1

6 years ago

this is not REAL it is picking up signals from a static charge

if you walk across carpet you make static electricity so it isn't a REAL ghost detector

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Gursimran Singh 425
Gursimran Singh 425

Reply 6 years ago

Right that's the problem with it,but charge while moving over carpet or rubbing box with hair is not that much! If ghost exists then the amount of charge would be more

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Samiran
Samiran

Reply 6 years ago

Actually you have made a high gain amplifier. It will also detect wires which are charged. This will be contact less voltage detector. Hell & Heaven is all here dude! It will also react to MMF = Magneto motive force or magnetic stress. Any way nice way to present your work. Well done.

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samtechpro
samtechpro

6 years ago

its not a ghost detector its just a device that detects EMF as i did in the post few years ago. i made the same thing for high emf detection
http://samtechpro.blogspot.com

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Gursimran Singh 425
Gursimran Singh 425

Reply 6 years ago

Its name depends on how you use this!! Nice use!! Thank you

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Anfas
Anfas

6 years ago

Bro...this is really cool...but please do tell me how do we distinguish between positive and negative static charge when the LED glows?