23 Sep 2010
GHOST HUNTERS ENCOUNTER INTENSE PARANORMAL ACTIVITY IN SECOND WEBISODE OF HOT NEW SERIES
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Washington DC, September 20, 2010 - - Research and Investigation of the Paranormal (R.I.P.), a different group of ghost hunters based in the nation’s capitol, has released the second webisode of their Internet TV series, “The R.I.P. Files.” The complete webisode, “The R.I.P. Files: National Museum of Civil War Medicine,” is now available on demand via the Mingle Media TV Network (MMTVN) at (http://www.minglemediatv.com/RIPFiles.html).
The second webisode of this popular new paranormal Internet TV series features an investigation of the historic National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick, MD. Join the ghost hunters as they capture over a dozen spirit voices, including direct responses from intelligent and aware entities. Several EVPs included in this episode are obviously comments on investigators’ activities by unseen – but very real – ghostly observers. Watch as a particularly strong entity forces one investigator to give up his seat at the Spirit Circle. Paranormal activity abounds throughout the three floors of the museum and staff members attest to the spooky happenings when they tell their stories in their own words.
“We had a great investigation at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine,” R.I.P. President Patricia Marin said. “There is definitely paranormal activity at this location and we’re hoping to be able to conduct ongoing research here.”
R.I.P. was founded and is still led by two female investigators, Patricia Marin and Lisa Linden. Pat and Lisa also host a LIVE monthly Mingle Media TV Network talk show, “The Ghost Girls,” featuring fascinating guests and discussion of all things paranormal. The R.I.P. team describes themselves as basically skeptics who always look for logical explanations first. “We have high standards of proof that must be met before any evidence can be labeled paranormal,” explained Lisa Linden, R.I.P. Co-Founder. “However, we also include personal experiences in our Case Report,” Patricia added. “Along with the more scientific evidence, including EVPs that are rigorously analyzed and evaluated before acceptance, our personal experiences can help us solve the mystery and tell the hidden story of a particular location.”
Future episodes of “The R.I.P. Files” will be released in October and November of 2010 and then on a monthly basis throughout 2011. “The R.I.P. Files” is produced by The Marin Group, Inc., specializing in unique paranormal programming.
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