Does this prison still hold the spirits of its former inmates?
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This is great and having the believer and non believer if you will, have great chemistry together just makes this so much more entertaining. Gives both sides in the moment and that's something different us viewers get to watch.
Excellent series 🤘
I've been here and I've been here during the haunted prison thing, it was amazing. Also my father and I did the paranormal investigation tour. It was amazing and we definitely got the chills from the activity we got. I loved being here.
Before I will believe anything regarding a spirit box, I want to see it tested. They're using this in a place where they think there are probably ghosts. OK. So the discrepancies in the radio scanning are supposed to be ghost voices, because eastern state is supposed to be haunted. But how do they know the box is working correctly and won't just make those kinds of "voices" at any time, no matter where they take the box?
In order to test the box, as a control, they should take the box to someplace where they know there are no ghosts. The problem with this is that there ARE NO PLACES where they know there are no ghosts, since we can't see ghosts, so ghosts could potentially be using the box no matter where the box produces "results". There's no control to see if the box is working as intended, because any voices at all could be interpreted as a ghost no matter where in the world you use the box. Any responses the ghosts give, no matter how much it may seem like they're responding directly to questions, are bunk as far as I'm concerned. Personally I'm not even hearing the same words that Ryan is anyway.
And I actually believe in ghosts, and I think the spirit box is BS.
It's actually a pretty beautiful place if you visit during the day and get a good look at the grounds. What's ironic now it that literally up against the outside of northwest wall corner is a city playground. It's in a relatively affluent neighborhood. Al Capone's cell and the whole place during daylight has a strange beauty to it as well.
so I live in this area and went to the penitentiary today for a visit and in cell block 1, I heard the EXACT same sound. the sound of one of the doors trying to actually open. this was one of the doors that was padlocked I heard the door rumble twice and I asked for it to happen again and it did as I walked closer to one of the doors
I was petrified by those footsteps, that was real and there like you can hear the steps clearly you can even hear a scuff of the shoe heck there's even the scratching of material that would be made by trousers when walking. I'm not a sceptic but I will wholeheartedly say I heard that.
Parents aka Ryan: “Yeah I do know when I try and steal your food you get really upset.”
Me aka Shane: “Well, wouldn’t you?”
Parents aka Ryan: “No sharing is caring.”
Me: “I don’t share sooooooo!!!”
I’m really not a sharing person... 😐
You know weird things have been happening at my house like the sorts of haunted places, like when I'm always hearing footsteps, tapping, voices, and other sorts, it got me thinking that my house is haunted.
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