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MODESTO, Calif. (KCRA) —A group in Modesto is investigating what it calls “paranormal activity” — and says it has proof a Navy aircraft carrier is haunted.
The group calls itself “Chill Seekers,” and it’s comprised of Modesto-area 20-somethings who are obsessed with the paranormal.
For its most recent investigation, the group traveled to Alameda on the 70th anniversary of the USS Hornet.
The Navy aircraft carrier is known for destroying enemy ships and aircraft. Many believe it is haunted.
Group members say they found signs of paranormal activity.
Chill Seekers was founded about one year ago.
In that time, group members have spent thousands of dollars of their own money on equipment that they hope will help them find what they are looking for.
They use what they call a “spirit box,” which scans through radio frequencies.
They believe spirits communicate using white noise and by manipulating transmissions.
“If you don’t believe it, join us on our hunts, see things you’ve never seen before,” one of the Chill Seekers said.In hopes of making a case, the group will continue seeking chills — one paranormal investigation at a time.
Chill Seekers drive to Alameda, CA. to investigate the USS Hornet. Come along for the ride.
There is an article in the Vallejo Times-Herald Sunday paper about our investigation of Mare Island.
A 120-year-old Mare Island mystery may be solved. Sort of.
Members of Chill Seekers, a paranormal investigation and research group who recently explored some sites on the island, say the spirits told them the names of the men responsible for an 1892 explosion that killed 15.
“I don’t think that they ever determined the (disaster’s) exact cause,” Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum executive director Jim Kern said. “Probably a dropped shell. Unfortunately, everyone inside the ammunition bunker died in the explosion, so there were no surviving eyewitnesses.
“So I suppose the paranormal group could come up with any answer, and there’d be no way to dispute it.”
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