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updated: 10/31/2012 12:42 PM

Got a ghost? It's worth investigating

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  • Cindy Heinen, director elect of the Society for Anomalous Studies, shows a K-II EMF (electromagnetic field) meter to Jim Kantor of Hebron, a student in the "Investigating Ghosts and Hauntings" Saturday at McHenry County College. Kantor is holding a Mel EMF meter.

       Cindy Heinen, director elect of the Society for Anomalous Studies, shows a K-II EMF (electromagnetic field) meter to Jim Kantor of Hebron, a student in the "Investigating Ghosts and Hauntings" Saturday at McHenry County College. Kantor is holding a Mel EMF meter.
    Elena Ferrarin | Staff Photographer

  • Dennis Dobson, who with his wife, Judy, is a founding member of the Society for Anomalous Studies, talks about the audio and visual equipment that ghost hunters can use.

       Dennis Dobson, who with his wife, Judy, is a founding member of the Society for Anomalous Studies, talks about the audio and visual equipment that ghost hunters can use.
    Elena Ferrarin | Staff Photographer

  • Judy Dobson, who with her husband, Dennis, is a founding member of the Society for Anomalous Studies, shows a Ghost Box Ovilus X during the "Investigating Ghosts and Hauntings" Saturday at McHenry County College. The gadget is supposed to transform into words recorded changes in temperature and electromagnetic field.

       Judy Dobson, who with her husband, Dennis, is a founding member of the Society for Anomalous Studies, shows a Ghost Box Ovilus X during the "Investigating Ghosts and Hauntings" Saturday at McHenry County College. The gadget is supposed to transform into words recorded changes in temperature and electromagnetic field.
    Elena Ferrarin | Staff Photographer

 
 

Paranormal researcher cindy heinen of harvard won't say she believes in ghosts. what she will say, though, is that she's had plenty of weird experiences that she can't quite explain. heinen, the director-elect of the society for anomalous studies, taught a class called "investigating ghosts and hauntings" with fellow society members saturday at mchenry county college.

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