Following an investigation at the Laurel Museum, Jared Tracey a member of The Pasadena Paranormal Investigators is sure that the site is haunted.
Evidence had only showed up after pawing through all the data gathered during the investigation. Jared claimed that the investigation turned up some good evidence.
The Laurel Museum is a restored 19th century mill workers house, that is operated by the Laurel Historical Society located adjacent Riverfront Park. The museum that opened in 1996 and has been the official headquarters of the society ever since.
Laurel Historical Society members started hearing strange noises, and having strange encounters and decided call in the investigators. Tracey and his team, Brendan Smith and Ben Smith, spent a couple of hours at the museum trying to make contact.
Some of the most shocking things consisted of, a rigged xbox connect set up, that captured outlines of a person who wasn't there. The Xbox kinect using sensors to track body movement. The other things were an Ovilus and a Spirit Box, that the presence was trying to communicate through.
These two devices use electromagnetic energy, which many believe spirits can communicate through. Tracey said the names Evan and William were spoken. However, no one knows anything about those names here.
"The next step, I would love to have another investigation there to delve further into what we already got. Because now we have information, it was hard going into it because we had no information," Tracey says.
Marlene Frazier, one of the volunteers at the society told the investigators that the society was very pleased with the experience, and would open up their doors for them again.
"It was unusual, and I thought it was interesting that there were some things in the clips you didn't see or hear when you were there," she said.
She claims not to be a believer in the paranormal, but shes also not a skeptic.
"I don't disbelieve, but I believe almost anything is possible," she said.
The investigation according to all involved believe it was a success, and no one is sure yet of a future investigation in the Laurel Museum. I do believe it would be a great place to visit though.
I try to research as much about the paranormal as I can. I find this world beyond ours to be fascinating. My goal is to bring you all the information you need to find the answers for yourself.