Sunday, June 14, 2015

Ghost Hunters claim Hampton's Historic James House is haunted

HAMPTON — The historic James House is suspected to be haunted, as bumps, door slams and even a mysterious laugh have been recorded by a local group of paranormal investigators.
“We think there’s definitely something going on in there,” said Willy Hassell, founder of Spirit Chasers Paranormal, the group of Hampton-based investigators who have looked at the Towle Farm house on six occasions since October.
Spooky visions have appeared at the 292-year-old Colonial before, said Skip Webb, president of the James House Association.
In 2001, a mysterious hymnal fell through a hole in the ceiling, he said, and neighbors have reported sightings of visions in windows in the past.
Hassell said he approached Webb about looking into the house for paranormal activity during the James House’s Fall Festival in 2014. 
Hassell and his team have been chasing ghosts across the country for about five years, and he said they’ve been successful in reaching spirits in the past.
Read Full Story: Seacoast Online

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