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James Dean Museum
March 2nd and 3rd, Fairmount Indiana
Investigating American Haunts did an investigation at the James Dean Museum in Fairmount Indiana. Joining the IAH investigators was Mary Ellen Mellen, experienced paranormal investigative reporter (simplymellen.com) and Brent Fivecoate, leader of the Central Indiana Chapter of Indiana Ghost Trackers (indianaghosts.org). We gathered over 100 hours of footage and got some great EVP's (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) as well as some great footage of what "appears" to be a full body apparition in the attic.
The Chronicle Tribune in Grant County did a very nice article on the team which appears on the front page of the Tuesday March 5th edition of the paper. We encourage everyone to check it out. we will also have it upladed to our site here in the next few days.
Although we can not confirm that any of the encounters the IAH team had were "in-fact" James Dean, we did get a lot of really good evidence and will make every attempt to prove one way or another who we did encounter during our investigation. Although tie did not permit the pre-investigation aspect of the IAH team's investigation, we will be following up with a very detaile post-investigation process to research the building's history.
I can tell you that we got some great footage and voice responses and you will not want to miss the video clips as we add them to the site.
Welcome to Rushville
Rushville, IN: Victorian Mansion chosen to be showcased in the show opener.
On Sunday night December 2nd, the cast, crew and I went to rushville, to shoot the final parts of the opening sequence of the show at the Abercrombie Mansion (pictured here) at the corner of 6th and Perkins in Rushville, Indiana. We made arrangements with the current owners who could not have been more gracious to us and all of those people that turned out.
Historic Hanna House
Halloween is just around the corner – are you a ghost adventurer that is bored with ghosts who are just a guy in a mask? Well fear junkies there IS hope. The Historic Hannah House, located at 3801 Madison Ave in Indianapolis.
Built in 1858 the residence is known to be a big part of the Underground Railroad. The original owner, Alexander Hannah was a gold rush prospector, a sheriff, Circuit Court clerk, and civic leader. And we complain about having 2 jobs - wow.