Tag Archives: Paranormal TV

Ghost Hunters: “Signals from the Past”

The ghosts in this episode were largely content to stay put during TAPS investigations of the Rose Island Lighthouse and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Ghost Hunters first investigation was the Rose Island Lighthouse. Activated on January 20, 1870 it served … Continue reading

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Ghost Adventures “Gettysburg”

“Ghost Adventures” is known for getting results and they didn’t disappoint in the season opener. This episode had amazing EVP’s, plenty of personal experiences and an exciting thermal camera image of a Civil War soldier in the wee hours of … Continue reading

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The Colonial Inn

The ghosts of American Revolutionary War soldiers were highly active in The Colonial Inn of Concord, Massachusetts. Built in 1716, the inn has served as a private home, a Revolutionary War hospital, a boarding house and today as a full service … Continue reading

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More About Mary & Waverly Room 502

A significant part of my experiences investigating Waverly Hills with Rhonda Schienle of Indiana Paranormal Investigators (http://www.indianapi.org/) was interacting with the ghost of Mary Hillenburg, the nurse who allegedly hung herself just outside room 502 after becoming pregnant out of … Continue reading

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Gettysburg: N.E.P.I.’s Phenomonology 102 March 2010

General Lee’s Headquarters, Gettysburg, PA North Eastern Paranormal Investigations (N.E.P.I.) hosted Phenomenology 102 for it’s second year in Gettysburg, PA. First night of the event, I had the chance to investigate General Lee’s headquarters in the town of Gettysburg. I … Continue reading

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The Manhattan Bistro

The basement of the Manhattan Bistro in the SOHO district of New York City features an odd cylinder of well preserved bricks. The cylinder, known as The Manhattan Well was also the grave of 21-year-old Elma Sands in 1799. Dug … Continue reading

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The Cuban Club

The Cuban Club was founded in company town Ybor City. Town founder and industrialist Vicente Martinez Ybor relocated his cigar factory to the town that bears his name in 1886. Today Ybor City is located just outside of Tampa, Florida.  The Cuban … Continue reading

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Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum

Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was opened during the Civil War and operated until 1994. It was built to accommodate 250 patients but by the mid-20th Century housed 2,400. I cannot imagine that did the damaged psyches who lived there any good. … Continue reading

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Flinderation Tunnel

“Ghost Stories” by the Travel Channel is exactly what the title claims, ghost stories presented in a way most calculated to scare the viewer silly. For once I found myself in the role of debunker, granted a psychic debunker, but … Continue reading

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Egyptian Theatre, Boise, ID

This 2009 episode focused on the 1927 Egyptian Theatre in downtown Boise, ID. I swear they didn’t have enough material to fill a half hour on the Egyptian Theatre so viewers were taken on a whirlwind tour of other haunted … Continue reading

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