Home is Where the Heart is
In Ghost Hunter’s recent episode Home is Where the Heart is, the ghost hunter team heads to Beardslee Castle in Little Falls, NY. Some interesting facts about this castle is that the owner had hanged himself in the house. Along with the hanging other individuals have died in the house. The team investigates to see if they can debunk any of the reported occurrences. The Ghost Hunter team wires the castle/restaurant with video surveillance equipment. By doing this they can go back and view the tapes to see if they had caught anything on camera that they couldn’t see while doing the investigation. Once the house has been wired they turn off all the lights and start to try to make contact with any ghosts that may be present in the building. The owner of the restaurant claimed that a kitchen door opened and closed by itself and that several employees had witnessed this. The team debunked that by proving that opening another door in the kitchen caused such a pressure in the room that they swinging door would move back and forth. The team also used an Emf device which stands for electromagnetic field. Emf devices make it possible to locate and track energy sources. It detects fluctuations and spikes in electromagnetic fields. The team does pick up some high emf readings in the basement. This lets the team know that there are high levels of energy readings in the basement. The team also used a voice recorder during their investigation. During the viewing of all their evidence the team noticed that a deep voice was picked up on the tape recorder. Any possibilities that this could be a team member were thrown out because everything was videotaped.
During the second half of the show the team travelled to Georgia to the Olson house. The Olson house was supposedly haunted by a former owner named “Nonie”. The team again set video surveillance in the house to record every room that was suspected to have high activity. The...
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