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Midlands ghostbuster to help Seattle couple living in a 'haunted house'

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posted on Jan, 28 2016 @ 10:27 AM
Midlands ghost-buster to help Seattle couple living in a 'haunted house'

Don Philips, a man who captures voices of the dead on digital recorders, flies out this month in an attempt to tame the pesky poltergeist.

He is answering a plea from Keith Linder from Bothell, a quiet suburb of Seattle. He says he has endured a lot more than bumps in the night since moving to his home two years ago.

He will fly out with parapsychologist Steve Mera on January 21 and spend five days in the haunted house. He is not concerned about what the spirit world is about to throw at him.

As a parapsychologist, I will attempt to rationalise and analyse any captured phenomena using scientific investigative methods. Equally, should we find any hoax, we will make it known.

We remain open-minded but we cannot allow previous reports to influence our investigation in any way.

– Steve Mera.

posted on Jan, 28 2016 @ 10:32 AM
a reply to: macqdor

Never heard of this guy but I'll see if there's anything on Youtube. I wouldn't mind having a listen to some of those recordings.

posted on Jan, 28 2016 @ 11:12 AM
Thanks for posting - I'm interested to see what they conclude.

Ghost Adventurers did an episode there and found no evidence of a haunting:

I'm not sure how valuable that tibit is, but thought I'd mention it...

posted on Jan, 28 2016 @ 12:01 PM
I've tried recording the voices of the dead on a digital recorder, and never got a thing. Anyhoo... This guy isn't like Michael J. Fox in "The Frighteners" is he?


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