Wednesday, December 26, 2012

To Believe is to See

A ghost hunting experience really relies on having an open mind when walking through the doors of the building.

Everyone has seen a ghost investigation show or a scary movie in their life. Everyone has heard something or felt something they couldn't explain 100%, regardless of if they want to admit it or not.

For us, we want to change the skeptics into believers on some level, even if they won't admit it out loud, we hope they feel it inside. We also want to validate a person's belief in the supernatural. We feel this is as equally important to do as it is to change a skeptic.

At the end of the night, our mission at the Gribble House is to make sure everyone had the experience they wanted when they walked through the door.

The paranormal is not a planned performance. We don't have spirits show up on demand, whether as an apparition or as a voice, and if we did, well, then we would be a hoax. We don't manifest what we do because we truly believe in keeping the legitimacy of the unknown.

One of the things we say at the beginning of the night is that there isn't anyone out in the warehouse in a sheet jumping out from behind a close door. This isn't that kind of "haunted house." And it never will be.

If the spirits leave. We leave. As simple as that.