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CHAPEL OF REST
The team visits the Chapel of Rest to conduct their first paranormal investigation. This investigation had to be done during the daytime as the Chapel of Rest Board does not allow anyone at the location during the night. We caught some rather interesting coincidences, or evidence?
MAY 10TH 2021
JUNE 18th 2021
TRANS-ALLEGHENY LUNATIC ASYLUM
Built in the mid 1800's, this building served as a mental institution that had seen an extreme amount of dark days. The team takes on the challenge of going to one of America's most haunted locations. The team investigates overnight and observes activity of doors moving on their own, disembodied voices and odd anomalies on camera.
The Trivette Clinic in Hamptonville, NC was built in 1932. It served as a hospital for 6 years until the death of its founder, Dr. William Trivette. After his death the building was turned into a alcohol detox center before becoming a nursing home in the 1950's. Since then it has been an office space and most recently a private residence. The team spends the entire night at the clinic, and they even do their first solo investigations.
JANUARY 14TH 2022
OLD WILKES JAIL
The team investigates the Old Wilkes Jail in Wilkesboro NC. This jail has yearly night tours and has multiple stories of haunted encounters. The Old Wilkes Jail was constructed in 1859 and opened as jail in 1860. The history of its usage goes back to the War between the states when it was used to house Confederate provisions as well as union prisoners. After the war, Tom Dula (of the famous ballad "Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley") was incarcerated here until the change of venue was obtained by his defense attorney, former Governor Zebulon Vance. Another famous inmate was that of North Carolina's famous escape artist, "Otto Wood". The building was restored to its original state using as much of the original materials as possible. Access to the cells are through the original iron and wood doors. The old Wilkes County jail is one of the best preserved examples of nineteenth century penal architecture in North Carolina.
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