Paranormal Videos: Deadly Ghosts Stories Real? (DE Ep. 5)

Paranormal Videos: Deadly Ghosts Stories Real? (DE Ep. 5)

August 15, 2019 64 By William Hollis


This week, on Dead Explorer. We visit a historic
limestone kiln rumored to be the home of unexplained activity. “Whoa, did you hear that?” The
ghosts of our past. Forgotten places, people, and history. Armed with a camera, I am the
Dead Explorer. These kilns are so amazing at night, but you also realize they’re so
dangerous. When they were around the 1800s, 1900s, these things were notorious for injuring
and killing people. People would mash up their hands. They’d fall off the tall chimneys.
In fact, these were so dangerous, that in England in 1897 they had to pass special workmen’s
compensation laws for all the accidents that happened on kilns. So you know automatically,
whenever you’re in a kiln there is a notorious past of people being hurt or maimed or injured
at these locations. Another thing that made these kilns so dangerous was the toxic vapors
they would release in the air. Now these kilns used to run on coals and anybody who has been
around coals and lit coals knows that they release toxic vapors into the air. Except
the thing is in the 1800s, 1900s they didn’t have the kind of safety equipment we have
now for gases in the air. You also have to consider that these things were dangerously
hot. They used to keep these things at a thousand degrees Celsius. So if you were lucky enough
not to fall off the chimney, lucky enough not to breathe in the bad vapors, which you
wouldn’t be, you also have to contend with the fire. And people would burn to death or
suffer severe burns workings at the mills. So if you put all that together, you know
there is some energy and some historic presence to these things and that is what we are out
to find tonight. To see if there are any entities, to investigate the disembodied voices that
people report being out at this kiln. So let’s see what we can find. Next Monday on Dead
Explorer “First of all” we start our EVP session “is anybody here?” and start experiencing
strange activity. “Whoa, did you hear that? So far we’ve heard a bang, tree moving,
and a thump.” Make sure you tune in for more Dead Explorer.