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They're baaaack… The Ghost Hunters return to one of their greatest investigation sites: The Mount, author Edith Wharton's estate in Lenox, Massachusettes. You remember what happened last time, right? The team heard crazy sounds, finding a thermal handprint on the wall and sounds of running on the floors above them. To say the least, the 2009 investigation was epic.
Since the last investigation, reports of paranormal activity and sightings have increased among employees and visitors of the pulitzer prize winning writer's home. What new evidence can TAPS uncover this time?
Here's a quick refresher on the eerie 1900's house. This is where Wharton wrote many of her famous books, and entertained big names in the arts. However, it was at The Mount that her marriage to her husband Teddy fell apart as he battled depression and got caught embezzling her trust fund. That's never good.
The black shadow figures have staff freaked out. Also, it doesn't help that when they're alone and they hear their names being called out. Other claims are voices, loud banging sounds and footsteps in the attic. Downstairs, people have felt something brush against their legs. People also say that they have been touched on the head and seen male and female apparitions.
The last time Jason and Grant were here the K2 meter detected a presence on the bench between them. Now, Steve and Jason are hearing strange noises in the same area. Is that a voice or did the door squeak?
The clincher is the thermal image caught of the moving figure. It definitely seems the spirit in The Mount is female, and it certainly isn't threatening. When it comes to investigating this location, the second time is the charm.