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The most haunted place in Arkansas

Saturday, January 12, 2013

The most haunted place in Arkansas, according to ARPAST member April Fales, is the former tuberculosis sanitarium in Booneville, where an apparition of a little girl and a man were caught on a thermal-imaging camera. Another favorite haunt is the USS. Razorback, a World War II submarine in the Arkansas Maritime Museum, where a television camera caught an apparition while an EVP was recorded at the same time, Fales said. For more informaiton about ARPAST, go to www.arpast.org.

Another favorite ghost-hunting spot, according to ESP participants Kent and Karen Ashcroft, is the railroad track at Gurdon, Ark. That's where the Gurdon Light, supposedly a lantern carried by a beheaded ghost, can be seen in the woods for those brave enough to walk the tracks at night.


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And yet no pictures, anywhere.

But you can find a tab for membership (and fees) and books.

What's that ghost smell I smell?

-- Posted by Atlas Shrugged on Sat, Jan 12, 2013, at 10:34 AM


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