POTTSTOWN PA – Members of JAM Paranormal, an Allentown PA-based group of researchers who say they “conduct serious investigations into the paranormal,” believe they’ve found evidence of a “light anomaly” in what was described as the kitchen of a Montgomery County firehouse located near Pottstown, and captured it on video.
It apparently wasn’t quite what they hoped for. JAM investigators had been invited to the firehouse, according to group director Jimmy Johnson, “to investigate claims of shadow figures, objects moving and a full-body apparition roaming the fire department.” None of them showed up.
The specific firehouse isn’t mentioned; the “department and the client who brought us in will remain anonymous as part of JAM Paranormal’s policy to protect our clients,” Johnson wrote Saturday (June 16, 2012) in a post at its YouTube channel.
What the investigators found, instead, was “a glowing light (that) appears about seven minutes into our investigation and never reoccurs,” Johnson wrote. “It was caught in the kitchen, beginning near the ceiling and fluttering down on an angle to the left toward the floor before traveling parallel with the floor.” He later added, “this light seems to fluctuate and morph in size. It actually reaches its biggest size after reforming while traveling parallel to the floor.”
Johnson is convinced the light is not that from a passing car, or a reflection from dust motes or bugs.
No, he reported, this was something else.
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