In addition, temperature changes plague the attic. Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson are two plumbers working for Roto-Rooter in New England. There are cold spots widely reported throughout the terminal, especially on the train platforms. In addition, the husband has had a sleeping problem in recent months. Invariably, within minutes of waking up with these feelings, he hears toys turn on in his two-year-old's room.
This team of moonlighting ghost hunters are our first and last defense against uninvited paranormal visitations. Episode 7 : Public Poltergeist Number One The Old Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Ind. Their findings include the frightening remnants of a serial killer, horrific accidents and a terrible crash. Every week Jason, Grant, and their team investigate a new case, from poltergeists who throw a child's toys around an attic to a lighthouse whose late keeper still welcomes visitors. Now a busy banquet facility called Hoof, Fin and Feathers, it is the center of mysterious sightings. He turns them off and tries to return to sleep.
Later, a pizzeria is found to have a dark energy of hangings, prisoners and threatening entities, which could make it a risky place to hold a children's birthday party. There, people have reported seeing a young girl who had been burned. His mother was surprised that he knew what a ghost was, and wrote it off as an imaginary friend until she told her husband. When he stepped closer, the people and the water fountain disappeared. After falling through the hands of various owners, the Central Terminal Restoration Corp. Later, the team travel to the historic My Old Kentucky Home where tragically 16 people died within 24 hours of contracting cholera.
He wakes up in the middle of the night with a feeling of overwhelming dread and danger, not from a dream, but in the waking world. The program features paranormal investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson, who investigate places that are reported to be haunted. Episode 2 : Ghost Guards A ghostly mystery is investigated in an armory that has been standing for more than 100 years. Intense cold will settle onto an extremely concentrated area — someone's face, or even just his or her nose. Some who have visited have asked the darkness for a response, and gotten a loud bang. Since the show's success, the series now takes precedence in their lives, but they are still honorary employees with the company and continue to do jobs for them if time permits. The experience shook the volunteer so badly that he will not enter the building alone.
The Carriage Inn was built in 1760. In the bar, people have seen a man dressed in black carrying a book. The two originally worked as plumbers for Roto-Rooter as a day job while investigating locations at night. One volunteer was alone in third-floor offices, and saw two people described as being dressed in old-fashioned clothing standing at a water fountain. In the years since the Terminal's abandonment, it has become a potent source of paranormal stories.
Several employees have refused to enter them alone. . Plumbers by day - ghost hunters by night. When the Stitelers's four-year-old son first saw the ghost of a child in his room, a boy with black hair and black eyes, he didn't tell his parents. Both the cellar and attic inspire feelings of great dread. The most disturbing sighting by far happened in the barn, which is now the banquet hall. He had seen the same figure in their home, and it had terrified him.
Local urban explorers and less respectable paranormal investigators would break into the property to look around, leaving in a hurry and with numerous scary experiences. Instead, he mentioned it while he was in the hospital with a brief illness. A woman in period dress late 1700s, early 1800s has been seen in the main house's main dining room. . .
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