The Ghosts of Marysville: Part III

This is the third story on our paranormal investigation in Marysville … where once as many as 4,000 people crammed into the small mountain town.

It’s not quite as busy, now.

The 2010 census reports 80 residents.

Paranormal research has been around for a long time. In fact, Thomas Edison – the man who created the light bulb, the alkaline battery, and the phonograph, found himself tinkering in the field. Ninety-eight years ago this month, the famed inventor gave an interview for American Magazine, in which he said he had been at work for some time “building an apparatus to see if it is possible for personalities which have left this earth to communicate with us.”

His theory nearly 100 years ago seems to now be borne out in recordings we made not too many nights ago at the Marysville House.

To hear the story, click the audio link below:

 

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