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Unexplained Cases | Remote Viewing Waverly Hills Sanatorium with Alexis Rae

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 5/9/21 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner


 

For Mother’s Day, we're honoring all the ghost hunting mommas out there, which includes our special guest - Paranormal Investigator Alexis Rae. She's the founder of her paranormal group – A Haunting in Colorado - and she’s a mom! We'll talk about her work-life balance including hunting ghosts and what her young daughter thinks of mom chasing spirits. Alexis is looking for some answers about one of the most haunted spots in the world: the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky. Maryam will remote view into this legendary location to connect with the lost souls of spirits – stuck in a place of sadness and despair. Does Alexis have some connection with Waverly? What will Maryam and psychic artist Angela Boley find there? Tune in and find out!
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  1. If you want to, you can find a ghost in every basement. And in every attic you can find a paranormal phenomenon. Even 300 years ago, people were burned at the stake... :( Today they're still looking for ghosts.

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    1. Indeed, the reality is that there are spirits are all around us - all the time. Generally, there is no interaction as most people aren't looking to interact and most spirits apparently do not. But then there are times that there is interaction...

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