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Unexplained Cases | Medium Reunites Spirits of Young Girl and Her Mother

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 12/6/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 

Our favs and friends from Skeleton Crew Paranormal join us hear about what they've been up to plus we'll learn more about a business where you can grab a costume, get your makeup done, and get a ghost to scare the hell out of you! We're off to unlock the mysteries of the Daydreams & Nightmares costume store of Modesto, California. This former funeral home is off the chain with paranormal activity. Intense psychic energy, apparitions, Class-A EVP’s, and, a ghost named the “Boot Man.” Maryam shared that ole Boots visited her the night before and he makes his presence very known during the remote visit. Psychic Artist Angela Boley shares a painting of his likeness and reveals why he's such a broken soul. Plus, in another amazing and emotional moment, Maryam reunites a little girl's spirit - perhaps one that had gotten stuck there during the location's funeral home days - with her mother. It's a reunion that requires the participation of the entire Skeleton Crew team!
ABOUT UNEXPLAINED CASES: The Unexplained Cases team is focused on preserving history while documenting the strange, paranormal and unexplained. Our cases are from across the country and featured on our YouTube channel as a docu-series. What separates Unexplained Cases from other paranormal groups is that Darren Dedo and Rick Garner are Emmy & Associated Press award winning broadcasters with over 35 years in broadcast radio and television news. The most recent addition to our team, Maryam the Medium, is a renowned medium to people, pets & the paranormal with the unique ability to remote view locations around the world.

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