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Connecticut couple plans to open up paranormal investigation school

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A paranormal group is setting its sights on opening up a paranormal investigation school in Connecticut. The husband and wife team is currently seeking funding for the project, the Valley Independent Sentinel reported on Monday.

Scott and Jillian Hamilton run a paranormal investigation group called Family Haunts. The group is currently working out of the Ansonia Public Library, teaching classes. The Hamiltons plan to move their classes to the Ansonia Opera House.

The Hamiltons said that they want to start a school because they believe people searching for spirits do it the wrong way and they want to teach them the right way. They also claim that they're talking with a television production company in hopes to get a television show that will document their work in the paranormal hobby.

"We're based out of the library until we get the opera house up and running. Basically what we do is we're teaching people how to be paranormal investigators," Scott Hamilton said in a podcast interview.

According to the Hamiltons, they have been investigating paranormal activity for over twenty-five years. They also believe that Connecticut is the most haunted state in the United States.

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