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Alcohol and Ghost Hunting.

In general, skills that require complex, and rapid information processing take longer . 

Visual-spatial abilities, abstraction, problem solving, and short-term memory,
can be effected!   Not good when you have to get out of a situation or find
emergency help, incase of a non alcohol related accident. 
 
• It interferes with thiamine absorption.  Thiamine is a nutrient important to brain function.
• It results in changes to metabolism, heart functioning and blood supply.  Ghost hunters need to be aware of there emotions at all times and what is effecting or changing them.
• It can cause dehydration.  Not good when you are walking around for a couple of hrs. on site during and investigation.
• consumption greatly increases the risk of falls and accidents, especially in areas that are new to you and/or your team.
 
You Lymbic system may have a neuron-psychiatric attack that can cause changes in sleep patterns, mood and personality.  This disorder can result in impairment of consciousness accompanied by confusion, delirium and hallucinations.  Making you think you are being attacked by ghost or demons.  
 
Your frontal lobe can may change your thinking, behavior and personality onsite.  Plus the effect of higher than normal electromagnetic field involved with haunted properties, the two effects are not good.
 
There is an associated tendency to ‘confabulate’ or make up information to fill the gaps.   In some instances, this can sound plausible but in other cases may be fantastic or overly exagerated.   This situation makes it hard to fill out your
ghost hunting investigation paperwork properly.
 
I hope this has answered some of your questions.
 
Sincerely,
Gerald
S.P.E.C.T.E.R.

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