posted on Aug, 23 2008 @ 11:15 AM
Well I believe hii did a thourough investigation, and that his findings are more beliveable than the fictionalized documentary stylings of "A
Haunting". I'm guessing that with all of that equip you belong to some type of ghost hunting society, if you ever want some more cases, I can lead
you to PA where the Ghost Hunters rarely tread. There's a few sites where I've personally experienced stuff and I can find a half decent paranormal
society who feels like investigating them. And Ghost Hunters won't go to a place unless YOU personally own or know the owner of the site you want
The "Blue Eyed Six" hanging spot is currently on the outskirts of Ft. Indiantown Gap and owned by the army, however, there are some really creepy
residual pieces that could possibly use debunking/proving to get it out of the hands of our army (Preferably before they integrate the old church into
the tank range.
There's also Camp Swatara, where footsteps and intelligent haunts are common. My school district regularly sends its 5th graders to the camp for an
overnighter at the end of the year. Every year someone will come home with a story from the camp, including myself.
Then there's the woods behind where my grandma used to live, there's a creek next to a clearing where a friend and I camped out in a tent, at around
10:30 at night we began hearing noises like someone was wading through the water next to us, but saw no waves or any explanation for the noises. Upon
returning to our tent, a shadow of a man passed by, ountlined by the light of the moon. We got out to investigate and saw no people near us.
Those are three of my recent haunting experiences, there's a few other places that I get a creepy feeling in, but since they're old houses I'd more
than bet on a high EMF field given off by old wiring in the house.
hope this gives you plenty to look at,