Well all know about the most haunted places in The Northland, but what about other spots in the state? Some of these are really chilling, and perhaps you'll decide you want to take a half day road trip to check out some of these haunted places.
There are more and more people getting interested in the paranormal and ghosts. Who do you go to talk about the subject? April 29th, there will finally be a forum for people to ask questions and find information. The Iron Mug Coffee House in Gary will host the Supernatural Investigators of Minnesota, to talk about all things paranormal.
Duluth Paranormal has been releasing videos of their investigation into Nopeming Sanitorium. With plans to demolish some of the structures, Duluth Paranormal is now sharing much of their investigation video into the building to let people see the inside of the building and what it looks like because it's been let go.
Thomas Edison believed in ghosts, he once did an interview talking about something he was working on an apparatus he called it, that could contact people who passed on. He wanted proof of the afterlife. .
Baihly Warfileld, Dan Romano, and Cameraman Clayton from WDIO joined the Duluth Paranormal Society and got aboard the William A. Irvin Haunted Ship to see if they could find evidence of their own to prove the ship is haunted.
Duluth Paranormal will be on the Haunted Ship and this year they will be posting to their facebook page live as well as me on my page. I will also be doing live shots from the Irvin for you to join me aboard the ship.
Duluth Paranormal Society will be touring the William A Irvin and investigating again. After leading tours at Nopeming last year, the group warns people there will not be tours offered this year, and a reminder, please don't trespass and try and investigate the property. Go through the right channels, but please don't go to the property and run amuck just to get some good photos.
I am looking for your stories and investigating them. One of the places I am hearing stories about and from is Spirit Mountain. I was told of a fire that burned a person alive, I hear the area is active, and although I have not been able to record or film anything, but I have researched the fire.
Duluth Paranormal Society has been in the news lately, finally getting into Nopeming and investigating the William A. Irvin again. Right now you can meet up with DPS at the Irvin, showing of evidence of Nopeming and the Stanley Hotel.
Celebrate the spookiness that comes with Halloween by learning about the scariest places right in your backyard. Paranormal author Chad Lewis will give a presentation at the Superior Public Library this Saturday at noon. It's free and open to the public.