A great deal of the paranormal investigations we Experience lead to us finding perfectly natural explanations for the occurrence our customers were experiencing. There are instances, however, where there is not any logical explanation for the phenomena that is occurring and we wind up with no choice except to think about the location haunted. After we show that, then we could look to find out whether the evidence we gathered supports a ghost was trying to interact with us. If so, then we will describe it as being a smart haunting by the disembodied spirit of a deceased individual. If there’s absolutely no obvious interaction noted, then we will think about it residual, and if we encounter kinetic activity at the website together with unexplained sounds, then we will consider it the consequence of a poltergeist type haunting.
For now, that is about the best we could do. No matter how long we devote to the area of parapsychology and paranormal research, we have to understand that we do not have the gadgets, technology or wisdom we will need to help us decipher why a soul is haunting any specific location. To suggest otherwise would be absurd. Maybe, the day will come when we do in most extreme haunted houses in Ohio, but until that moment, the best we can hope for is to do our study, conduct our analyses, review our signs and use our expertise and common sense to offer you our best opinions on the topic.
Moreover, a fellow clergyman Who alleged that he was with Pecorino on the day of the fateful drive on the Van Wick asserts they experienced nothing more than a normal flat tire! The effects of the automobile as it struck a curb allegedly caused some minor damage opening the hood and door, but the main reason behind the injury was an older car in disrepair — not the intervention of hidden forces, as Anson suggests.
In a final blow to the narrative, Father Alfred Casual, pastor of Sacred Heart, dismisses the report of a pervading door in the rectory scrap Priests present at the time of this supposed incident also do not have any recollection of such a stench and deny needing at any time to leave the building.
More troubling inconsistencies Emerge with respect to Sergeant Pat Cammorato of the Amityville Police Department. Soon after the publication of Anson’s book, Cammorato found himself burdened with chronic problems over trespassing and vandalism in the Amityville house. Although by then the house was occupied by new owners Jim and Pat Cromarty who had not reported any psychic action, this appeared to have done little to dampen the excitement of the steady flow of thrill-seekers who came at all hours of the night and day to inspect it.