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Two ghost hunting teams have revealed they have both enjoyed some success in their search for paranormal sightings over the past few months.
The Pengegers Paranormal Pansy’s, run by trio Mark Earl, William Ives, and Ollie Earl, captured a ghostly image in St Day’s Church, near Cornwall, when they were live streaming in December last year.
In fact it was their viewers who spotted a strange figure in the top floor window of the building.
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“There’s no inside of the church,” Mark toldCornwall Live.
“It’s all been stripped out. As we were walking down, on the live stream you can see the outline of a girl in the window.
“Our viewers said the same – that it’s a little girl. It’s shaken us up a bit, we’re not the type to make things up. We’ll say it’s nothing if we investigate somewhere and it’s nothing.”
Mark, who revealed they have found dozens of similar events, explained he formed the group in September after a string of strange happenings at his home in Camborne.
He explained: “I’d hear someone behind me, think it’s one of the kids and turn around to scare them. But there’d be no one there. Several times I’d go and check on them and they’d be fast asleep.
“We started the group as a joke at first, we were all sceptics. Then we went and did live videos and people said they were seeing things. Naturally, we did too – stuff we couldn’t explain.”
Meanwhile, the Cornish Ghost Whispers is led by Falmouth team Candice Collins, partner Nick Pierce and mum Susanne.
On an outing at St Gluvias’ Church, Penryn, the triumvirate were investigating when they saw strange movements inside the building.
Candice recalled: “We went there because of a few pirate graves, and that it’s supposed to be haunted by an old bell ringer. It’s supposedly someone who lost their life at sea and comes back to ring the church bell.
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“We were just doing some paranormal photography when we put the cameras into the chapel, took a few. A few months later mum and I were looking back over and we see this weird face just there.”
Candice said she didn’t know what the face was, but was certain it was the figure of the woman.
However, she clarified, it’s likely not the bell ringer ghost as that’s a man.
“We also heard some whispering and footsteps,” she added. “We had the feeling we were being followed around.”
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