Dale - Southern Indiana Paranormal Investigators
Tuesday, October 16th 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Plan to attend this presentation by the SIPI group.
This program is very interesting and a great time!
Ages 10-99 years.
Plan to attend this presentation by the SIPI group.When Billy Miller was nine years old, his parents left the care of their only son in the hands of his two older sisters. As the siblings played on the porch of the more than 150-year-old Indiana farmhouse, Miller heard a crack inside. Through the large window in the front door, Miller saw a young woman — “as solid as we are,” he says — in a white dress walking down the steps of the empty house. When she reached the bottom, she vanished: an apparition, Miller believes, of a woman he later learned had died in the house after she fell down the stairs and broke her neck. That moment instilled Miller’s curiosity about the paranormal, and in 2000, he launched the Newburgh-based Southern Indiana Paranormal Investigators. Ten years later, Miller, who has had numerous careers including an EMS first responder, has assembled a 15-member bunch of psychiatrists, nurses, and hospital workers who share a fascination with the paranormal. The team members, holding titles such as equipment tech and electronic voice phenomena specialist, use a smorgasbord of high-tech equipment found in electronics stores to investigate the great beyond. They rig several cameras throughout rumored haunting grounds — in private homes, businesses, historic sites, and public facilities locally and nationally. Stainless steel temperature probes, motion sensors, and several other devices assist a computer-based system that detects physical changes in the environment such as unusual elevations of electromagnetic energy and fluctuations in temperature. Paranormal investigators believe abnormal spikes in these readings point to possible paranormal activity, alerting Miller’s team to take still photos.