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Published October 31, 2013, 08:13 PM

Ghost hunters investigate hauntings at The Empire Arts Center

For some, hauntings can be easy to believe in. But hard to prove. Grand Fork's own Night Light Paranormal Investigation team does just that -- sets the truth straight on hauntings. This group has conducted more than 100 investigations -- the latest one at The Empire Arts Center.

By: Victor Correa, WDAZ

For some, hauntings can be easy to believe in. But hard to prove. Grand Fork's own Night Light Paranormal Investigation team does just that -- sets the truth straight on hauntings. This group has conducted more than 100 investigations -- the latest one at The Empire Arts Center.

On October 20th, investigators entered the theater and say from the moment they stepped it -- it was obvious that there was some supernatural activity taking place. From nine at night until one in the morning they explored the entire building -- hearing and seeing a variety of unexplainable events. The investigators will be hosting a booth at the Empire Arts Center Thursday from 9 until 11 PM -- to share their experiences and evidence of what they found during their investigation.

Lead Investigator Amanda Schneider said, "The main thing we hear from people is, I think i'm going crazy, I hear things going on in my house, and they're really scared they're very fearful. So that's where we come in, to give them validation; that's our motto, validation is good for the soul."

At the booth they will also be showing the equipment used during investigations and raffle off some prizes.

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