aWISPR is a group of women from Marin County, California who share a common interest in paranormal
Our investigations to date have included:
The Washoe Club, in Virginia City, Nevada, where we photographed Orbs, and experienced cold spots.
On the same trip, we also visited the Gold HillHotel. At that location we encountered the lingering smell of cherry pipe smoke, related to William Sharon, who perished in the Yellow Jacket Mine fire of 1869. We also photographed what appears to be a woman in a front window of the second floor. Perhaps this was Rosie, the other spirit who haunts the Gold Hill Hotel.
The most remarkable investigation was at the site of an abandoned cemetery in Lucas Valley, California. The cemetery is unmarked, as are most of the graves. This cemetery is on the former site of the old Marin County Hospital, and contains the souls of patients, the indigent and convicts. During our investigation, we captured a full-body apparition and an intelligent EVP. Watch this short video to review our evidence. We will continue to research this site, as we believe it to be a very active location.
In our investigations we use a digital voice recorder, and digital flash photography. During a visit to the Jackson Cemetery in Jackson, California, we captured distinct gunshots, and a plea from a murdered stagecoach guard.
Our approach is scientific, and we make every attempt to remain objective and free of negativity.
- Paranormal Activities and Ghosts. Do You Believe? (socyberty.com)