S*P*I*R*I*T takes a multi-faceted approach to investigating a reported haunting. We do this by using both scientific methods and equipment to record activity and also intuitives to receive impressions to better understand the cause of the haunting. This way we can solve the cause of the haunting and help the spirits or energies move on. We guide the family giving them information and strategies to protect themselves, put their minds at ease and to clear the home of negative energies. The goal is to resolve the activity and put the family in charge of their home again. Most paranormal activity is not malevolent. It is merely misunderstood energy and/or entities. We are all intuitive to some degree and can learn to focus on the positive aspects of life rather than attracting negative energy by focusing on what we don't want. Focus on what you do want. Thoughts are things. Use your thoughts for good.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Ghost Stories 4 after party Ghost Hunt and Lazy Days update

Spirit was asked by Dan T. Hall to hosting the after party Ghost Hunt at the Irving Theater following the opening of Ghost Stories 4. We demonstrated to the guest how to use our paranormal investigative equipment. We had nearly 100 people show up and try out ghost hunting for themselves. The attached video is one of the many unexplained events that the guest reported. We had reports of playful hair and shirt tugs by one of the many spirits that frequent the Irving.

In a new twist to an old haunting report we have three separate reports from the ladies room in the Irving. Each report has the ladies in the stall hearing someone enter the restroom and the door closing. One of the reports states they even heard footsteps walk up to the stall door. In each case when the ladies exited the stall no one was in the restroom. This may be connected to the Lazy Days ghost that has been reported by many patrons.

In a new report from the Lazy Days two patrons were waiting to enter the restroom knocked on the door and got a response from inside "Just a minute" after waiting several more minutes they knocked again with no response. After opening the door no one was found inside.

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