Thursday, January 15, 2015

Haunted Collector host eyes funeral home for haunted museum

ADAMS - After reviewing hundreds of potential sites, a renowned paranormal specialist and investigator may have found the perfect place to display his haunted wares: A funeral home.

John Zaffis, who hosted the cable TV show "Haunted Collector," has set his sights on a vacant building that once housed McBride Funeral Home to establish a paranormal museum and research facility.

"Over the course of years I've collected quite a few items," Zaffis said Wednesday from his Connecticut home. "They're out in my barn now, but I always thought it would be fun to have people see the items and hear the stories about how they are connected to hauntings."

Zaffis, 58, stressed that plans are still fluid, and that he hasn't put in an offer on the property yet.

The Liberty Street building, which has been vacant for more than 10 years, is listed for sale at $79,900.

Read Full Story: The Berkshire Eagle

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