Friday, October 31, 2008

Ghostbusters called to SI church

A Staten Island church with some weird vibes has thrown open its doors - to ghost busters.

The Eastern Paranormal Investigation Center is investigating St. Andrew's Episcopal Church for evidence of otherworldly visitors, and the results are due just in time for Halloween.

"There is definitely something going on here. It's that feeling you get when your hair stands up," said St. Andrew's pastor, the Rev. Michael Delaney.

A DVD of what they taped during their night at the church showed heavy chimes that are difficult to move ringing on their own.

"All of a sudden the chimes were ringing. The candle over the tabernacle was dancing like there was a major wind. But there was no wind. And we heard what sounded like a tin dish hitting the floor," recalled Delaney.

Ghost hunters seek spirits in Staten Island's St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am totally convinced there are some ghosts lingering around. Maybe they don't even know they are dead. After my grandmother died, we heard noises in her bedroom for several months. Noises like dresser drawers opening, lights going on, creaking floors, etc. It somehow didn't freak me out because I knew it was her.