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Waterbury, CT: House

Waterbury, CT: House
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Skeleton Crew Paranormal Research Society

One of the group’s strangest investigations was conducted at a house in Waterbury, Connecticut. Jim (Petrino) said, “We got a call that some people were sitting on the front steps and would not go inside until we got there. When we arrived, the girls were trembling on the steps, and I thought, ‘This must be a genuine good one.’… During the meeting, a twenty-year-old girl was crying and pointing hysterically, ‘There it is! There it is! Can’t you see it?’

“I said, ‘No, we don’t see it.’ Rick and I said, ‘No we don’t see it.’ She said, ‘It’s right there. Don’t you see it?’ We said, ‘No, we can’t.’ ” The young woman continued to point at an unseen presence for thirty minutes. At the end of the interview, the group was getting ready to leave when the young woman claimed she saw the ghost walking down the hallway into the bedroom.

“I didn’t believe her by this time,” Jim said. “I left my camera and my video and just walked down the hallway with her. She pointed to a corner of the bedroom and said, ‘Don’t you see it?’ I said, ‘Yeah.’ There was a full-bodied apparition standing against the wall. I was thinking, ‘What do I do now? I don’t have my video camera or my still camera. I don’t have anything.’ I was afraid it would be gone by the time I returned with my camera, so I took two steps forward, and the thing turned to the side. I took one step, and it disappeared before it hit the wall.”

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Updated Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

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