Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Chieftain Museum, Rome, Georgia

Got back just a little while ago from the first paranormal investigation for the Rome Tribune. We investigated the Chieftain Museum, a little historical house with some fantastic historical artifacts varying from native American memorabilia to murder weapons of Civil War officers.

The investigation was filmed by the Rome Tribune and featured myself along with two investigators of Southern Paranormal Investigators (SPi), Chris and Berry. The guys were great to work with and we all shared similar techniques and ideologies of investigating the paranormal.

Our ghost hunt began at around 8pm and lasted til close to midnight. While we would have preferred a longer investigation we had a limited time there. We did collect a lot of data via IR camera and voice recorders, so we have our hands full for the next couple of days. SPi had investigated the place before and the coordinator of the museum shared a lot of interesting history with us. All of this will be revealed via the Rome Tribune's website, due out in September.

Nothing really especially exciting happened tonight, but I felt that the Cheiftain Museum didn't really house anything too extreme in the haunting department, but, tomorrow, the boys of SPi and I will investigate the Desoto Theatre! MORE TO COME!

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