FACT: IR Night Vision is used to see better in the dark by amplifying starlight, moonlight, and using an IR beam. IR stands for Infrared. We use Generation I Night Vision. Generation V Night Vision is the best, but it is also the most expensive.
THEORY: If there is a spirit/ghost present during an investigation, you may see it better through night vision because the IR light may reflect off of the spirit/ghost allowing you to see it.
HOW TO USE: The first thing you want to do is make sure that the area you are investigating is completely dark. If the area has a light source present you may not be able to use it because extensive light will damage the optics in the scope. You need to take the lens cap off and turn on the night vision scope as well as the IR light. While investigating you need to scan the area for any anomalies. We also use night vision when we send a person to scout out the area so they can see if there is anything in our pathway.
RANGE: The range from the scope to the active field is 300 feet.
READINGS: While looking through the scope, if you see any unusual activity or movement, it may be paranormal. If you see something that you think is paranormal then you should go to the area with other equipment to investigate it.