MN Paranormal Investigators speak to packed house at Duluth Public Library

By KBJR News 1

October 28, 2013 Updated Oct 28, 2013 at 11:05 AM CST

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - For some, the world of ghost hunting has become even more alluring with the prevalence of movies and TV shows that feature alleged disembodied voices caught on camera.

But one group with international connections, and two decades of paranormal investigations under their belt, are busy telling fans not to get caught up in all the hype.

Minnesota Paranormal Investigators held an open presentation at the Duluth Public Library Friday to highlight their experiences in the field for a packed house.

They also delved deeper into the science behind paranormal investigations, and the equipment used during their sessions.

Team member and self professed lifelong Medium Anita Savage says popular misconceptions have helped draw a larger interest to the field.

"It's not like the TV shows, it's not like the horror movies. You're not going to be scared out of your wits," said Savage. "You have to be open–minded."

Minnesota Paranormal Investigators is the oldest paranormal team in the state.

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