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Sunday, 24 March 2013

Paranormal investigators see orb, torso in old 'dungeon'

S.O.T.T: Fremont - Sandusky County Administrator Warren Brown considers himself a skeptic. Last year, the Sandusky County Convention and Visitors Bureau began hosting a series of monthly tours designed to take guests underground into a basement jail known as "the dungeon." Visitors began to question whether the dungeon - which was constructed in 1840 - was haunted, and it was up to Brown to find out. So Brown and SCCVB Travel Event Specialist Katherine Rice asked two paranormal investigation groups to perform independent investigations of the dungeon, and the results, at least for Brown, were chilling. "I'm not real susceptible to this stuff, and I'm a skeptic," Brown said. "But now, I'm a lot less skeptical." Big Dawg Paranormal Investigations went into the dungeon twice - once in January and again in February. During their February follow-up investigation, the group captured video of what investigators described at first as dust particles. The particles floated aimlessly around the dungeon at first, but one particle in the video hovers over Brown's head, evoking a physical reaction to something he couldn't see at the time. "At that point in time, when that thing hovers over my head, I had an absolutely bone-chilling cold run down to my very core," he said. Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits member Chris Page said the round orb in the video is clear evidence of paranormal activity. "The cameras today are very sensitive to the environment and they actually highlight dust particles," Page said. "Ninety percent is dirt, dust, lint - stuff that falls off your clothes. The other 10 percent is where it comes into the paranormal....read more>>>...