Things have been going bump in the night at their new studio in the U.K., so several pornstars have formed a group to the study the paranormal. And in a new online series, they are on the hunt for ghosts, MirrorOnline reports.
And even though no scripts or sex toys are being used, porn stars Lee Green, his brother Mitch, Tindra Frost and Hayley B seem to be having quite the romp. And the name of their group — fetchingly enough — is Paranormal Pornstars. It turns out that they began wondering about ghosts when they moved into a new studio and bizarre things began happening.
Another eventful #paranormal #investigation with the @ParanormalPorn crew 👻 real recordings, real evidence and real #pornstars! You won't sleep after watching this spine chilling series! 😱 Stay tuned! @LeeGreenPP @Ms_Hayley_B pic.twitter.com/CKHRCBfpDC
— Tindra Frost (@tindrafrost) August 29, 2018
There were all sorts of knocks and noises, and supposedly a fire extinguisher was tossed across the floor.
Lee tells MirrorOnline:
“The first real incident of note occurred when I was in the building alone one day, I was sat on the sofa in the changing rooms and I heard a loud crash, I jumped thinking that somebody had let themselves in. I looked and saw that the fire extinguisher had been thrown across the floor.”
There was the usual case of footsteps being heard when no one else was around, but there were many other noises Green says couldn’t be accounted for — because no one was nearby when they happened. Faucets were turned on, toilets were flushed, “and there were all manner of random out of the blue atmospheric changes.” Whatever that means.
Of course, everyone tried to explain this away, but then something happened that they couldn’t explain, Green says. The incident occurred during the daytime and Green was upstairs, having just switched on the strip lights to brighten things up.
“I went in the room and heard a moan coming from the far corner (you’d think they would be used to this by now), I kind of didn’t believe my ears and walked out and down the stairs, then I heard the door on the top floor open and slam and while I stood there looking at it I heard each stair one after the next, bump, bump, bump in front of me — something was coming right at me!”
But Green also says he couldn’t see anything and didn’t have a camera at the time (seems to be a common occurrence in paranormal circles.) Then he heard four or five stairsteps creaking and that creeped him out.
“I was actually scared and didn’t know what to do,” he said.
Green is admittedly a huge fan of paranormal shows and movies. After talking to his brother, they rallied their friends in the hopes of tracking down the poltergeist.
Since then, they’ve been having a blast. As you can see in the video below:
But science has a lot of things to say about ghosts as well. Namely, that there’s no evidence that they exist. Renowned physicist Brian Cox notes that if ghosts were real, they would have been detected by CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which is the biggest science experiment in the world, The Independent reports.
The LHC, which sits on the Franco-Swiss border near Geneva, Switzerland, is the largest hadron collider ever built. Equipped with an enormous ring of superconducting magnets and accelerators that toss particles around, smashing them into each other with such speed that they actually help scientists understand the universe’s most fundamental properties. This process helps scientists learn how elementary particles interact and behave, thus allowing for a more complete understanding of how they work to compose our world.
In other words, the world that can actually be observed.
And the LHC has found some amazing things — even discovering how particles decay and that there could even be new and previously undiscovered particles. One thing the LHC has never found? The remotest evidence that there’s anything that could comprise a ghost.
According to Andrew Griffin, writing for The Independent:
“If ghosts existed, then they would need to be made purely of energy, since by their very definition they can’t be made of matter. But if they were made only of energy, they would quickly dissipate, because the second law of thermodynamics proposes that energy is always lost to heat.”
There’s only way ghosts can avoid that would be if they had some sort of energy they could utilize. And that just hasn’t been demonstrated yet. It remains yet to be seen in the standard model of physics and it certainly hasn’t been demonstrated in the LHC.
On his show The Infinite Monkey Cage, Cox puts it like this:
“If we want some sort of pattern that carries some sort of information about our living cells to persist then we must specify precisely what medium carries that pattern and how it interacts with the matter particles out of which our bodies are made. We must, in other words, invent an extension to the Standard Model of Particle Physics that has escaped detection at the Large Hadron Collider. That’s almost inconceivable at the energy scales typical of the particle interactions in our bodies.”
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, appearing on the show at the time, put things a bit more adroitly:
“If I understand what you just declared, you just asserted that CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Research, disproved the existence of ghosts.”
“Yes,” Cox replied.
Of course, at the end of the day, no one has proven the existence of ghosts, nor have they been disproven. At that point, one must employ their own critical thinking skills, experiences and beliefs to determine where they stand on the issue.
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