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Paranormal Museum Launches Live Feed

Paranormal Museum Launches Live Feed

A pair of paranormal researchers with a traveling occult museum have launched a new 24/7 live stream that lets viewers watch potentially haunted objects for odd activity.

Greg Newkirk and Dana Matthews created the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and Occult after amassing an incredible array of strange and unusual curios that seemed to exhibit otherworldly characteristics.

Among the items in their collection is a black scrying mirror purportedly used to predict the future, an eerie statue discovered hidden in a burlap sack, and a bizarre totem believed to be used for magick rituals.

While touring around the country and exhibiting the items at paranormal conferences, the duo has documented a number of instances where patrons had incredible experiences while interacting with the objects.

According to Newkirk and Matthews, in order for an item to be officially added to the museum it must first undergo an extensive period of testing and investigation at their 'paranormal research lab,' including round-the-clock surveillance.

In an effort to both open up the museum for free to virtual patrons around the world and to potentially conjure paranormal activity, they have launched a live stream of this surveillance at their website.

Despite only being operational for about a week, viewers of the feed have already begun to report some truly unsettling experiences.

"I woke up at 3:30 in the morning with all the power out and there was a silhouette of a woman standing over my couch. When I screamed she just disappeared," one viewer wrote.

Another observer described having a terrifying nightmare which directly referenced the creepy object he had been watching on the live stream earlier in the day.

Beyond the stationary surveillance of the museum's exhibits, Matthews and Newkirk plan to host a number of live events on the feed as they continue to investigate these odd objects.

So with TV rerun season already in full effect for the summer, people looking for something to watch may want to tune in to the museum's feed ... if they dare.

Coast Insiders can also check out Newkirk and Matthews' previous appearance on Coast to Coast from 9/13/2015, where they discuss the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and Occult.

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Source: Week in Weird

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