North Carolina couple makes business of tracking ghosts

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina couple has made a business out of tracking ghosts.

The Fayetteville Observer reported that Rich Caminiti is a ghost hunter from Stedman who investigates hauntings with his wife Melissa Williamson. Cameras with infrared and voice recorders are used during their investigations.

The couple investigates claims of paranormal activity as a hobby. They have a nonprofit group called the Fayetteville Paranormal Research Association and do not charge for going into people’s homes, according to the paper.

The couple said they are skeptical of ghosts, but have confirmed paranormal activity before. They said they have at times invited a medium, priest or pastor into a house.

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