ghostly shadow captured at Historic Port Gamble WA
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The PIHA Grey Team was doing a paranormal investigated at the haunted Walker/Ames House in Port Gamble, WA. Right after 2 of the investigators saw what appeared to be 2 male shadows, our Infrared (Sony HDTV) camcorder recorded this shadow dart out and then back again.
In 1853 William Pope founded Port Gamble Washington, located on the Olympic Peninsula, is a restored logging town stuck in the past. With its 38 remaining houses, public buildings and cemetery Port Gamble is a town where the ghost appears to out number the residents. Just talk to anyone who lives there and theyâ€™ll have a ghost story to tell. The ghost of Port Gamble will make their presence known everywhere.
The settlers called the mill Teekalet until they changed the name to Port Gamble in 1868. The mill will operate continuously for 142 years, from 1853 to 1995.