Ghost Caught On Tape, Ghost Buster Says
Posted 25 May 2003 - 02:10 PM
"I think some people have some (unresolved) issues when they pass on," said Mitch Tolliver, of the Spirit Seekers for Ohio. "They come back maybe (because) a tragic incident happened."
Tolliver and real-life ghost hunters from Seville, Ohio, intend to prove that ghosts exist.
Spirit Seekers claim more than 130 members across Ohio who study and analyze photographs and recordings.
Shapiro said that the recordings and photographs may or may not be a moment's glimpse into the great beyond.
"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains -- no matter how improbable -- must be the solution," said Ken Summers, of Spirit Seekers for Ohio.
Summers said the group often records sounds in graveyards. There are sounds they said can't be explained.
The Spirit Seekers also take pictures to see what humans fail to see with the naked eye.
Shapiro said on occasion, they get lucky. Last October in Medina County was one time that they got lucky.
Spirit Seekers said they captured a real live ghost on tape, its image and voice.
"I was just astonished because I can't explain it," Summers said. "We know where every member was in that group, and it's not a member. There's something actually walking up."
Shapiro reported Tolliver and the other ghost busters said spirits appear day or night. Something else that may appear is an odor.
For instance, if the spirit was a smoker in life you might smell cigarettes. The ghost buster said that on that night in the woods, they did smell cherry tobacco.
"I think the best ghost-busting tool anybody has is (the) body," Tolliver said. "It's wired and will let you know someone is around."
Shapiro said nobody knows why they smelled cherry tobacco, why they heard a woman's voice or what was moving away from them. Tolliver said he's a skeptic, but this time he thinks he's got a ghost.
"I am convinced," Tolliver said. "I am convinced until someone can show me what it is."
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Posted 18 June 2003 - 07:53 AM
Perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim. --Ovid--
Posted 20 June 2003 - 02:45 PM
it's a bit grainy, and we're working on uploading the video to the site. There's a single frame of the video on the webpage here...
in the lower right.
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