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A few brick pillars remain standing but the oldest daughter, one of the kids who’d plotted to end her life with her sister and who thankfully did not, swears that she will never return to the site, house or no house. Conservatively, let’s assume that the original owners had two servants.
Add the original owners, the family of six from the 70s, the granddad, the Vietnam vet, and the then-owner of Summerwind.
The inference was that the family had been forced to go on public assistance (Welfare).The team photographed lights turning on and off by unseen hands, and a bowling pin toppling over for no apparent reason. Or were they somehow manufactured, as claims the owner of the house, to weasel out of paying the rent? While the flickering lights and spooky voice may be unsettling, are they enough of a basis for a lawsuit? But what of cases in which the haunting has had definitive and deleterious effects upon the occupants of the home?I’m speaking of cases in which documented evidence exists and multiple occupants and property owners, dating back several generations, are convinced that the site harbors not only spirits, but evil spirits? An odd conglomeration of architectural styles, this private home once graced a seemingly peaceful tract of land in our corn belt.They’re probably theatre majors seeking careers in that vein.” Although this reaction was probably the result of too much exposure to reality TV, Ryan Buell, founder and captain of the Paranormal Research Society (PRS), would probably appreciate my healthy dose of skepticism. But he’s much more than that, and he and I have a bit more in common, as I discovered in reading his absorbing book, , written with Stephan Petrucha.
Tormented by paranormal activity as a child, Ryan’s nightly confrontations with things either beyond the grave or not of this world — or perhaps both — were met with confusion and ultimately, repression on the part of his family.He desired associates who were serious and hardworking; cohorts who did not frighten easily, and who could balance their course loads with the rigors of conducting investigations (primarily, long after the sun had set), gathering and documenting evidence, and arriving at well-supported conclusions, conclusions that either affirmed or refuted otherworldly activity in reportedly haunted settings.