I have designed an electronic spirit bell that is easily activated by spirits. It is a great bit of equipment and we are warned when a guest is due to arrive at our house. I came across this device purely by accident. My mother at the time was unsteady on her feet and would often fall over. Night lights were fitted just in case there was a power failure allowing her to just wave her hands in the dark so that the PIR would sensitise and turn on white LEDs. Sometimes I would sit alone in the dark by myself thinking of problems and the light would just come on a sto reassure me that I was being looked after. Okay...this is a bit mad at this stage, but I used the sensors to trip other devices including The Electronic Spirit Bell which will ring by spirit activation. I believe I have discovered the greatest thing this century, but like everything it has it's faults. 1) Other night lights rarely do the same...only this particular make. Ypu may say that it has a manufaturing fault, but research has shown this as not being the case. 2) At first I thought it was the PIR, but after swapping it and putting it on another night light, that did not seem to be the case. 3) I am under the impression that CAPACITANCE has something to do with it? As it seems to behave with static electricity. I have even taped over the lens with thick black tape and it still works the same. 4) battery consumption is high as I need the spirit bell to work with lower power. Has anyone any idea what EXACTLY is triggering and how?