A second look at the time Sarah picked up a flashlight and a K2 Meter to become the latest ghost hunter to join JABA Paranormal.
From Sarah's original article: " 'We are in Royer Mansion,' said Jeannine Treese, of the Blair County Historical Society. 'It's an old building, and they make lots of creepy noises. The ghosts here are not mean or vicious. They're very friendly. They are not here to scare you. They do enjoy the company.'
JABA Paranormal started their investigation in the master bedroom of Royer Mansion, because the mansion’s caretaker believes he shares the space with a spirit. He says he feels things touching him throughout the night, and claims he feels something “heavy” every time he gets near the fireplace, and he wasn’t the only one. Co-lead Investigator Beth Karle feels the same way.
"My heaviness is almost like, someone's trying to tell me that they fell over and hit their head, you know, like somebody possibly may have died there," Beth said.
And with that, JABA Paranormal was on the hunt with Sarah in tow!
Think you have what it takes to become a ghost hunter? Tag along with Sarah to find out!"