"Visitors and staff at the Brunswick Railroad Museum may not be alone, according to a team of Gettysburg paranormal investigators.
Darryl Keller, founder of the Mason Dixon Paranormal Society, was at the museum Monday to reveal results of a June 6 investigation by his group. A team of investigators set up audio and video equipment around the building to capture any potential paranormal activity.
While Keller said the group did not capture anything unusual on video, he played a series of 14 audio recordings he claimed contained electronic voice phenomenon, or EVPs, nearly all of which he said were captured on the second floor, the location of most of the reports of strange activity in the museum..."
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