“Miami’s Deering Estate is a 1920s mansion built on tribal burial grounds. On dark and windy nights, it displays all the staples of a haunted house: rustling bushes, grinding doors, creaking floors — and “ghost” voices,” reports Kenny Malone for NPR.com.
“Well, that’s what a team of ghost hunters who investigated the estate says they found. The Deering Estate expected about 75 visitors to come hear the first presentation of that evidence – Almost 400 people showed up,” reports Malone.
Malone reports, “The big turnout is in line with a national uptick in ghost-hunting TV shows — at least four new ones have popped up in the past few years – Like the crowd at the Deering Estate, people seem willing to admit they kind of believe in ghosts.”
“Colleen Kelley is an artist by day, ghost hunter by night – She’s a member of the team that investigated the Deering Estate,” reports Malone. “Kelley and her investigators say the evidence they collected shows Deering Estate is very haunted. Kelley says they recorded 60 ghost voices while trudging around the mansion.”
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