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San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What are they trying to say and who is trying to say it? At our recent preliminary investigation of this old school, we had 4 EVP’s in just one minute of recording and the voices were both male and female!
Are these voices the first school secretary who was run over by a train as she rushed to greet the students in 1929--- a former employee who has died but always wanted to keep the school clean and stay connected with the students---or one or more former students??
We will be using ALL of our equipment in Wellington’s first Junior/Senior High School that is 3 floors plus a basement and we hope you join us on the adventure!!!!
When & Where
Moonlit Ghost Hunts
Moonlit Ghost Hunts and Moonlitghosthunts.com was founded in the early fall of 2011. Founded by Darin Peterson, Moonlit Ghost Hunts was an idea inspired by an interest in things unexplained, and desire to have a better understanding of the science behind paranormal investigating.
With these ideas Moonlit Ghost Hunts was born. The desire to teach the science of investigating by giving guests access to the most current equipment in the field, taking them to a location known to have paranormal activity, and giving them a chance to have a hands on experience of investigating so that they can be the one to determine if the location is haunted.
You are the investigator. You will be given equipment to use, instructions on how it works, and access to the location. This is not a ghost tour or haunted house; you are not a tag along on a ghost hunt. This is your opportunity to have an “experience” of doing something you currently only see on television.
Darin recruited long time historian and Ghost Hunter Lori DeWinkler to his team and shortly after that he added investigator and web designer Derek Pinkston.
As a team, they’ve combined many ideas and much equipment to offer you a night you will not long forget!