Is there something about the Pacific Northwest that draws the supernatural? Paranormal investigator Elaine Davison is trying to find out. As the leader of the Western Oregon Organization of Paranormal Investigators, she spends her free time searching homes and historic locations for signs of ghostly visitors.
Davison and her team recently traveled to the site of a tragic avalanche that took the lives of nearly 100 travelers and townsfolk in 1910. Later they dropped by Spooked in Seattle to peek into portions of Seattle’s abandoned underground.
“There’s something unexplained and I want to answer it,” she says.
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