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On Wednesday’s new episode of Ghost Hunters, the crew investigated the Baseball Hall of Fame. Officials there said there were reports of voices coming from players’ plaques and statues, and a lot of possible paranormal activity in certain sections of the Hall.
Early on, two of the investigators were at the Ted Williams statue after some visitors reportedly heard Ted’s voice while there. The two men heard footsteps, and began to move toward where they were coming from. Then, after asking the possible ghost of Ted Williams to speak up, one of them spotted a shadow race across the hallway and into a room. Startled, the men chased after the shadow to find no people in the area, and nothing there.
Unfortunately, they didn’t capture footage of that shadow, so believe what you want. The rest of the crew captured some sounds of a door slam and a couple unidentified voices, but otherwise, the investigation wasn’t very intense. At the end, they seemed more satisfied that they had just investigated the Hall of Fame than what they discovered.
Whether or not you believe in ghosts, it’s pretty cool they were allowed to investigate the Baseball Hall of Fame. Think they’d find anything if they investigated Fenway Park overnight?