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Posted 05 July 2005 - 05:34 PM

Just because you donít see dead people doesnít mean they donít see you, especially if youíre in the Historic Washington County Courthouse. Whether there will ever be enough evidence to definitively prove the historic Washington County Courthouse is haunted is anybodyís guess, but Tulsa Ghost Investigators didnít leave empty handed after their June 4 stay in the century-old building. "This courthouse does indeed contain some rather interesting, if not creepy, activity which is as yet unexplained," wrote Vicky Glidewell in her report of the investigation. Although it would take further investigation before Glidewell would say the building is haunted, Electronic Voice Phenomena recordings and strange meter readings taken in the building are indicative of such activity.

Glidewell and her five-member team staked out the Courthouse along with a reporter and photographer from the Northwest Arkansas Times. A visitor who accompanied the investigators left the building after the group toured the main portion of the building, and the entrances remained locked after his departure.

The investigation was prompted by an article that ran in the May 8 edition of the Times. Over the years, several county employees have shared stories about their encounters with the unexplainable, from doors that open on their own accord to the sounds of footsteps, running down the grand stair case.

While some employees will not work in the building after dark, others havenít experienced anything out of the ordinary. Although what was gathered by the investigators leans toward evidence of the paranormal, there were only two visitors that were seen by all.

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