By Zach Royer
When KRG visited MacKenzie State Park in 2013, we had our fair share of paranormal activity take place: lights on our ion detector blinking in response to our yes or no questions, a few reasonable spikes on the Mel Meter and even a few phrases on the Spirit Box.
But the most substantial piece of evidence we collected had to be this sequence of three photos that I took of what appears to be an apparition forming right before the camera.
What we didn't record on film was our 30 minute conversation with a spirit named Louie, whom, according to our sensitive, died from poor conditions during the construction of the park. It's a well documented fact that prison laborers were used to build the park.
Our group revisited the park a couple months after our first initial visit, and spent the night. The park has really nice new campgrounds and new facilities, great for a weekend getaway, so our stay was actually quite pleasant.
A detailed account of the full investigation can be read here: http://www.kahunaresearchgroup.org/case-log/krg-investigates-mackenzie-state-park
Overnight Campout at MacKenzie State Park
If you would like to join us for an overnight "investigation slash camp out" at MacKenzie State Park, we're planning on taking groups once a month to the park for a night of history and mystery. Explore MacKenzie with real paranormal investigators! Who knows what we'll capture on film this time?!
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Please Note: All campout guests will be required to sign a waiver of liability or otherwise not be able to participate. Contact us to join.
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