More on 'Ghosts of South County'

Check out some footage of what a psychic saw in Charlestown.



Even though I’m skeptical of claims about the paranormal, Ged Carbone’s “The Ghosts of South County” was a compelling read. It’s a tale of pilots and other airplane passengers who died in crashes, whose spirits may still be roaming the woods of Charlestown. The issue is on newsstands now.

People in the story got some help from an organization called Greenville Paranormal Research. Scroll down the organization's web page and you'll find under "Private Property: South County Rhode Island" video of the lights that are attributed to the spirits in "Ghosts of South County" and a photo of one of the otherworldly beings mentioned in the story (I won’t ruin it for you).

I welcomed the chance to see the actual evidence and I’m still not sure. What do you think?

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