When Travel Channel and A&E ghost hunters Debby and Mark Constantino entertain crowds at the Powell Paranormal Place's grand opening April 17, they may be able to do more than just explain their methods. Business owner Lynlee Lybrook said they can use their specialty in advanced Electronic Voice Phenomenon, a device that allegedly allows people to communicate with the undead via static and radio waves, to interact with ghosts that live in the old farm house at 9216 N. Liberty St., which houses the Powell Paranormal Place.
"I couldn't ask for a better place to have this business," Lybrook said of the hauntings.
The entrance to the shop is through the metaphysical store Mystic Nirvana, where a photo on the cash register depicts what the owner calls a spirit standing next to a member of the weekly psychic development class.
"Meters are for skeptics," said Lybrook, who dares anyone who isn't sure about the paranormal to join her on a ghost hunting trip. "You can't explain an electric reading in a house that hasn't had electric for years."
Expect eerie encounters at paranormal Powell business
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