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Indian ‘Paranormal Enthusiasts’ Investigate Native Landmarks Rumored to Be Haunted

Posted on Mar 17 2014

In the fall of 2011, Mark Williams, feeling inspired by supernatural TV shows, posed to a friend: “How cool would it be to see Native Americans on that screen?”

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So Williams founded the Native American Paranormal Project (N.A.P.P), a group he describes as part-time explorers or “enthusiasts”—not like the professional paranormal investigators portrayed on such hit shows as “Ghost Hunters” and “Ghost Adventures.”

But N.A.P.P. is distinct in that all the members are Native American and that the group specializes in investigating Native American landmarks rumored to be haunted.

Since the group formed two years ago, it has grown to nine team members who seek out paranormal phenomena in Indian country. The group films its investigations and turns the footage into documentaries shown to audiences during film screenings.

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