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R.I.P. Members Discuss Paranormal Experiences at Civil War Museum on Paranormal Palace radio show

R.I.P. investigators were guests on the Paranormal Palace radio show recently. They talked about their upcoming Internet TV show, "The R.I.P. Files," particularly the unexpected paranormal events that occurred during filming of the first episode.

 
PRLog - Apr. 6, 2010 - SPRINGFIELD, Va. -- Washington DC - - Research and Investigation of the Paranormal (R.I.P) team members discussed their personal perspectives on the paranormal activities they witnessed at the Civil War Museum at The Exchange Hotel in Gordonsville, VA, with Royce Holleman, host of the Internet radio show “Paranormal Palace.” Click this link to listen to the full hour long interview:  http://www.paranormalpalaceradio.com/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=164.   “The R.I.P. Files: Civil War Museum at The Exchange Hotel” will be the first episode of the new Internet TV series, “The R.I.P. Files,” premiering on blip.tv and Ghost Channel TV in May.

“We had a great time with Royce,” R.I.P. Founder and President Patricia Marin said.  “Sean Hanover, R.I.P. Adept, discussed what went wrong during the ritual he conducted and Bob Hickman and Rene Garcia, R.I.P. mediums, explained their unique perspective on the spirit activity at the Civil War Museum. The rest of us talked about what we saw and felt during a very active investigation.”  Phenomena reported by the team included cold spots, spirit presences, a door opening on its own, and a partial possession state that Sean experienced after leading an ancient Sumerian ritual designed to open a portal to the spirit world.

New episodes of “The R.I.P. Files” will be released on a monthly basis via the Internet throughout 2010.  Upcoming investigations include four haunted sites in Baltimore, a two night investigation of the notorious Twin City Opera House in McConelsville, OH, a stay at a ghostly B&B in Gettysburg, and an investigation at a very active site in Frederick, MD.  For more information or to book media appearances, contact:   Patricia Marin, 703-425-3796, ghosthunterpat@gmail.com

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The Marin Group provides business development and proposal support, as well as public relations and video production expertise. The Marin Group is currently producing "The R.I.P. Files," an Internet TV series with a paranormal focus.

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