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South Jersey Ghost Catchers Club Follows the Paranormal

Posted on Feb 21 2014

SEWELL Buying ghost-shaped cookies Thursday from the Ghost Chasers’ Club didn’t mean – ha-ha – that you believe in ghosts.

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But for the students selling those cookies at a table in Gloucester County College’s student center, disembodied voices and sourceless shadows and floating lights are no laughing matter.

“I started it last fall,” founder and club president Justin Leach said shortly after lunch. “I figured a lot of people have had paranormal experiences that they’re afraid to talk about or can’t explain.”

Around the table, five other undergraduates nodded. A few glanced at one another. No one was smiling.

“So,” said Leach, a 19-year-old television and film major from Mantua, “we look for answers in the field.”

The “field” can be a graveyard, but the club’s preferred sites for investigating the paranormal are buildings reputed to be haunted.

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Got Mojo?

Mojo is a fast paced paranormal thriller

Edgy and fun, this book will show the reader how having faith in a power greater than ourselves will lift us through even the most unforeseeable obstacles in life.