Do you believe in ghosts? Paranormal activity? Some people, make it their job to prove that there are spirits living among us.
Nick Ferra is president of the Virginia Paranormal Society.
"The purpose of our team is to try to find answers," says Ferra.
He and his team are called in to determine if a place is haunted.
They use high-tech cameras, special audio equipment and motion sensors to do so.
"Doing this, I've had plenty of experiences that let me believe that there's something out here," he says.
Since May, the team has been investigating the historic 117-year-old Radford building known as St. Albans.
It started out as a boys school and closed in 1911. The buildings were bought and re-opened as a psychiatric hospital and cared for patients through the 1990s, at which point it was abandoned and has been ever since.
Ferra says he saw a headless ghost or spirit there.
He's not paid to prove spirits exist, but he's made it a mission to connect us to the other side.
"I guess you have to just experience something for yourself to actually know that there is something out there," says Ferra. "I want to find proof there is something there."