Believe in ghosts? That's the title of a presentation given Oct. 25 at the Englewood Public Library by the Colorado Paranormal Investigators, a group who searched the library in late September for …
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Believe in ghosts?
That's the title of a presentation given Oct. 25 at the Englewood Public Library by the Colorado Paranormal Investigators, a group who searched the library in late September for responses from what it says are spirits in the building. Gina Self, a metro-area psychic, came along with them.
“There were lots of good souls here, just so you guys know,” Self told the crowd of about 15 watching a slideshow and listening to audio recordings at the presentation.
The group played clips of what they said were utterances like, “Hey! Lady!” and, “Cold chills run down my back.” Audience members nodded along and — with the more muffled clips — affirmed they heard the words. The group calls the sounds “EVPs,” for electronic voice phenomena. The investigators pick up radio frequencies and electromagnetic signals through which they can hear spirits, they say.
Believers in the audience talked about their experiences with what they said were spirits, and Self said they can appear while not intending to harm a person.
“They could be there to guide you,” Self said. “It could be your grandmother or your great-grandmother.”
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