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Ghost Hunting Store Coming to Miami Valley
SPRINGFIELD -- We still have more than a month to go before Halloween, and while that may be the best time of year to be mindful of those spirits, some say you need to be prepared all year-round.
"I would have some toys that would play that didn't have batteries in them, some doors that would open up," Ghost Hunting Source owner Darin Hough said. "One time I just had to leave the room, I don't know what it was but the hairs on my arms started standing up, I started to feel scared."
Hough is turning his online ghost hunting store into a retail location. Opening this Friday, Ghost Hunting Source in Springfield will sell all the equipment you need to hunt ghosts.
"We can turn on this k2 meter, it's designed to pick up electromagnetic fields," said Hough. "The theory is if a ghost is making themselves known, they'll use that electromagnetic energy."
Ghost Hunting Source will also host classes on ghost hunting and how to use the equipment. They will even set up ghost hunts.
"We're not just going to throw you in the woods and say go have fun, we'll actually give you the whole ghost hunting experience," said Stephen Worthen of Ghost Hunting Source.
From EMF readers to spirit boxes, to infrared cameras, Hough says if you buy this equipment the ghost will no longer be invisible to you. They've already done hunts at schools, local businesses and several houses and Hough says they've also captured a couple photos.
"In the bottom left-hand corner here you can see what appears to be a person's head, their body and their arm, it looks like they could be holding somebody's hand or waving. That was taken with an infrared camera," said Hough. "This one was taken at a small local cemetery just outside the gates and it kinda looks like three figures holding on to each other. If you get in real close you might see a face."
While Hough says he's 100 percent sure he believes in ghost we had to ask how he responds to people who just say he's 100 percent crazy.
"I've heard that and I just tell them I know what I saw, I know what I experienced and I just know what I believe, all the investigations we've done and the pictures we've taken, I'm a believer," Hough said.
"I like ghost hunting because I just do it for fun," said Worthen. "Some people do mountain climbing, some people like to ski, I like to ghost hunt."
The store opens this Friday at 10 a.m. Click http://www.ghosthuntingsource.com to check out some ghost hunting equipment.
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