George Matthis and his colleagues at the National Society of Paranormal Investigation and Research say their mission is to not only find out if ghosts exist, but to educate the public about paranormal activity and help them understand it. And since they are a non-profit organization, they do it free of charge and are funded by members and through donations.
During a hot, humid June night, Matthis and a team of investigators were invited to a property in Wake County owned by David Anderson to see if they can find evidence of paranormal activity. The exact location of this house is being kept private for the safety of the property.
“I think probably the best answer why it’s haunted is that the people who lived here identified very strongly with the place,” said Anderson. “So I think the sense of not leaving might be one reason perhaps traces of people still exist here.”
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The investigators use a variety of scientific instruments, research, and other investigation techniques to help identify paranormal activity. On this particular investigation, the team invited psychic/medium Kathe Martin along to see if she can identify activity.
“We will be doing a channeling event with a medium we work with from time to time,” said Matthis.
Although Martin was unable to physically be there they used a cell phone to communicate with her. Martin went into the reading cold, meaning she knew nothing about the property or the owner.
Before hand David Anderson gave us a little background information about this particular house and how through family legend, it is believed that someone was shot in the house while trying to steal loot. So it was somewhat of a shocker when Kathe asked the property owner if someone had been shot in the house.
The night was pretty much quiet except for two, yet to be explained occurrences, that happened right around midnight.
While looking at a video feed of four cameras set up throughout the house, investigator Jeremy Mullins noticed a motion detector in the downstairs bedroom was lighting up. There was no one in the room and that detector is not sensitive at all. It takes someone standing relatively close by to activate it. The detector went off several times within that time frame.
The cameras do pick up dust particles flying in the air, that many can mistake as orbs but shortly after the motion detector went off in the room, an orb was seen flying around in front of the camera. It didn’t look like a dust particle, the flight path doesn’t seem to be natural.
In all cases, NSPIR investigators like to analyze all the information they’ve collected thoroughly and they try to scientifically “de-bunk” their findings before drawing a conclusion.
And although they might not hear any voices during an EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) session, they always go back and listen to it at a later time to see if their voice recorders picked up anything. Click here to listen to a clip from one of the EVP sessions. The first voice is one of the investigators and the other is from an unknown source.
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