After looking through all my writings about Wellington over the years, I've come to realize I just haven't give enough love to my favorite haunt in my own back yard. I'm talking, of course, about the Lewis County Historical Museum.
My team, South Sound Paranormal Research, has been investigating at the museum for years. The paranormal activity at the museum has been featured on an episode of Biography Channel's My Ghost Story. I wrote a little about the museum in Dancing with the Afterlife, and also featured it in an article in Paranormal Underground. It is a very active place, and we've captured a great deal of evidence over the years.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the museum closed to paranormal investigation for a few years, although I've worked at the museum as a volunteer during that time. Luckily, we were able to return in January, and we weren't disappointed. It remains highly active, with spirits that engage with investigators.
In a bit of great news for anyone wishing to experience the Lewis County Historical Museum, it has reopened for investigation. There is a fee to investigate because the museum is a non-profit organization and needs to pay someone to be there during the investigation. For more information, you can contact the museum director, Andy. You can also visit the museum during its regular hours, which are currently Tuesday - Friday 10-3 and Saturday 10-2.
To see/hear some of the evidence we've collected at the museum, visit the evidence pages of SSPR's website.