Paranormal investigators enhance story of the grocery ghost

Here is an update to the story on the Australian grocery story ghost.

Adelaide sleuths spurred on IGA supermarket ‘ghost video’ inquiries | Adelaide Now

The video and story of the IGA ghost has since gone viral, with news sites across Australia and even as far as London, Washington and Portland believing that there is indeed “something out there”.

The closed-circuit TV footage has led to numerous queries to Adelaide Paranormal Detectives co-founder Jessica Pulvirenti, who investigated the strange occurrence.

“Since this story came out I’ve had quite a few people contact me asking about the business and what we do,” Ms Pulvirenti said. “We also have people ringing us and telling us their own ghost stories.”

Source: Adelaide Now

Oh GREAT. Try to figure out a mystery by calling in paranormal investigators. This video shows the woman attempting to communicate with the spirit. I almost laughed out loud at their hand-held gizmos…

Making up supernatural causes and attempting to justify them is NOT investigation. It is sham inquiry. Paranormal investigators go in completely biased, looking to shoe horn evidence into their paranormal theories. I really would wish that rational detectives would investigate. Right now, this is a circus and more people believe there is a haunting. Sad. IT’S A BOX THAT FELL OFF THE SHELF!!! It’s not Slimer coming after people in the store!

UGH! This is frustrating.

Slimer from Ghostbusters

  2 comments for “Paranormal investigators enhance story of the grocery ghost

  1. Scott Godlewski
    March 26, 2012 at 5:47 PM

    I know that if I were a ghost, I would be knocking crap off shelves and knocking on walls. If a ghost can knock over a picture frame, then why not just set an open laptop out on the floor with an open Word doc and just let the spirit type out whatever it likes? I guess it wouldn’t work because ghosts don’t exist.

  2. Verklagekasper
    March 27, 2012 at 4:47 AM

    The video proves that a box falling from a shelf looks like a box falling from a shelf, no matter how often someone claims it was “flung” because he is too stupid to tell the box and its shadow apart.
    It’s kinda depressing that anti-sensations like something falling down from a supermarket shelf go viral as paranormal news. The “blue mist” at the gas station at least looked cool…

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