Mindseed TV Opening a Dybbuk Box Real or fake?

Dybbuk Box on Mindseed TV

Finding videos on the internet of random people purchasing or opening a Dybbuk Box is nothing new, the box traditionally has a Hebrew background where a Rabbah would seal up someone’s belongings along with the evil spirit attached to the person in question into the box, sealing the box it’s self with anointed wax. Taking another look at Mindseed TV we can see that Casey Nolan had purchased a Dybbuk Box to open on the Mindseed TV YouTube channel.

So let’s dive right in, Is the Dybbuk Box on Mindseed TV Fake? Is the whole idea of the Dybbuk Box a hoax? Let’s find out.

The above image is a still taken from the video where Casey Nolan purchased his Dybbuk Box online. Pay close attention here, as the image above clearly states: ‘This Dybbuk Box was put together by a practicing witch of the black arts.’. This alone should set off some alarm bells as the history of a Dybbuk Box is not from witchcraft, so while he may be dabbling in the dark arts with this box, it more than likely could not be a true Dybbuk Box as they do not originate from witches and definitely not the kind practicing the black arts.

Just to be clear I’m not saying that the box does not contain something evil or other worldly, just informing the Mindseed TV viewers that an authentic box would not originate with dark arts.

Casey’s study is fascinating to observe, and before opening the box, he utilizes an EMF reader to detect any electromagnetism in the area. The fact that the EMF metre beeps indicates that there is either general electricity emanating from the box, or that it contains a battery or radio gadget. Who can say?

What we do know is that in the world of ghost hunting, an EMF reader is a must-have tool for any serious hunter, as they have been used for decades to attempt to communicate with the spirit world. According to the theory, if there is no electric field around you and the area has been tested, then there should be no random spikes or “hits” on your metre. Casey demonstrates this in the Mindseed video by placing a thermometer near his refrigerator as a baseline reading.

Casey Nolan Mindseed TV EMF Reader on box

Next Mr. Nolan, takes out his rapid radio wave spirit box in an attempt to create a cycling noise for a spirit to use its voice to communicate, sort of like what we see in the Necrophonic app, he does get a few voices come through, which are sure to make the hair stand up on the back of your head.

Casey proceeds to open the box, the EMF reader stops going off at this point, as if to indicate to the viewers of his channel that the essence captured inside the box has now been released inside his home. The opening is short lived as his YouTube play button falls off the wall, followed by other sounds that make Casey literally run outside of his house in fear. I would have ran too.

So that’s the quick rundown of the events in the video, with Casey escaping to his car. But was it real?. The videos created on his channel have one purpose and that’s to offer scares and looks into the unknown as the human mind fears what it does not understand. Mindseed TV offers this experience a truly scary experience. The videos are created to scare you while offering the magic of off-screen effects.

Are they real? Only Casey Nolan knows for sure if the events really happened or not. However with all that we know from the video we can clearly say that the Dybbuk Box is fake as the origins of the box are not that of historic accuracy.

I want to let it be known that I subscribe to the channel and enjoy the videos that Casey and his team put online, they are entertaining and always offer a jump scare or two, the purpose of this article is to analyze the facts behind Dybbuk Box’s and in particular to use the correlating facts to determine the authenticity of the box shown on Mindseed TV. If you like the paranormal then go check out Mindseed TV its sure to offer a scare or two, just remember not everything you see is real on the internet.

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  1. Haunted or not, it was compelling footage. But the cuts between shots do allow room for manipulation and special effects. I’d want to see a continuous long take before fully making up my mind. Still an eerie thing to witness either way!

  2. I don’t know, seems well-produced enough that it could be staged. The host plays up the drama and danger factor too much. Not saying dybbuk boxes aren’t creepy, but this particular video feels a bit embellished for clicks.

    • I think it’s too simplistic to write this footage off as outright fake just because of Mindseed TV’s reputation. Yes, they have embellished and dramatized things in the past to boost their profiles – but that doesn’t mean none of their paranormal encounters have been authentic. We have to allow that some of their team may have genuine psychic gifts or sensitivity to entities.

      In this case, the dybbuk box clearly provoked an intense reaction based on their knowledge of its dark history. Just because wires or tricks may have been used to accentuate its movement doesn’t negate that a malevolent spirit could have been channeling chaotic energy through it. It’s too easy to scream ‘fake!’ at anything slightly suspicious without considering nuance or layers.

      Could it have been staged or enhanced? Sure. But the raw terror and loss of control that the host experienced felt real to me. And we have to remember the power of belief – whether or not the dybbuk itself is “real,” their collective belief summoned something truly frightening. Skeptics ignore that the human mind and spirit are part of these paranormal encounters too.

      In some ways, obsessing over fake vs real misses the point entirely – that we are dealing with forces beyond easy explanation or understanding. An open yet critical mind is important in judging footage like this.

  3. Hard to definitively say if it’s real or staged.

    But even if some effects were enhanced, I believe they really did encounter something paranormal from that box.

    You can see the fear in their eyes.

  4. Mindseed TV has been called out before for faking supernatural activity. They use camera tricks and special effects to fabricated this stuff. Entertaining? Sure. But presenting it as proof of hauntings is misleading.

  5. That whole channel is nonsense. They’ve never captured anything convincing

    It’s always conveniently invisible forces and objects flying around off camera. This dybbuk act is staged 100%.

  6. I used to be a big fan of Mindseed TV and thought their ghost hunting felt quite authentic. But over time, as I analyzed more of their videos, the fakery became all too obvious.

    I understand they need to entertain and stretch the truth for ratings sometimes, but when you watch closely, none of their ‘evidence’ holds up to scrutiny.

    At this point I have written them off as just another fake paranormal channel chasing fame and fortune – which is a shame because I do believe some presenters genuinely started out trying to document real phenomena. But greed and hunger for viral attention corrupts everything eventually.

    Save your time – Mindseed TV is not going to show you proof of ghosts or dybbuks. Just well-edited theatrics to generate clicks.



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