Real Life Paranormal Investigator Interview w/ Dead Explorer!

Real Life Paranormal Investigator Interview w/ Dead Explorer!

August 13, 2019 16 By William Hollis


Hey everybody this is Alejandro. I am a freelance
paranormal investigator and Producer and Host of Dead Explorer Paranormal Web Series on
YouTube. And my friends at Extra-Normal asked me to answer a few questions for their website.
Iím actually at Fort Ringgold one of the most haunted military bases turned abandoned
school in South Texas and weíve had crazy activity and weíre driving between couple
of the buildings here. I thought Iíd answer some Extra-Normal.comís questions. They asked
me if I am a skeptic and honestly when I first startedÖ Which way do I go? Right. When I
first started I wasÖ I was skeptical. I think partially just so I wouldnít psyche myself
filming investigations, but Iíve seen so many things, from my friend Jay getting scratched
and choked and, you know, even in Alameda, the USS Hornet just last month, I captured
a little girl talking that it was just amazingly clear. Itís like the experiences you have
eventually start convincing you that there is something out there that that could be
unexplained or paranormal. And so Iím becoming a believer and Iíve always been into the
paranormal. When I was little boy I loved, you know, reading about Bigfoot, Loch Ness,
and the Black Panther under the White House. You want to park here? Or can we get closer?
You can park here.. Oh ok. And even, you know, ghost stories. Do you care if I park or drive
on the grass? No? No problem? Here? And for anybody who wants to learn how to do paranormal
investigations I tell them you donít really need any fancy equipment. Youíll capture
a lot of experiences just, you know, with your eyes and ears and thatís what could
convince you thereís something out there. If youíre looking out to find answers, you
donít need to buy equipment. Just go out by yourself. See if you like it and if you
experience things, than maybe youíll want to invest some more into paranormal equipment.
So weíre going to this building right here. Weíre doing an experiment. We left a bouncy
ball for a little girl who they say haunts this abandoned school. We left it there. Weíre
actually going to go back inside and see if itís been moved. Another question they ask
me is whatís one of the most haunted places Iíve ever been in? Really just of the top
of my head I can think of a few places. La Borde House in Rio Grande City, where this
fort is at, we were there and we had a little girl speak out loud. We could hear it. We
caught it with our recording device. My friend got scratched. The USS Hornet is the most
haunted ship in the Navy because itís the site of the most suicides of any ship in the
Navy on the Hornet. More people committed suicide than any other ship there. So that
places has a lot of activity. Gonzales County Prison – That places was so negative, that
not only was there physical attacks, there was emotional attacks. So you got really scared,
and upset, and angry. You started feeling hate inside you. So that was a really weird
experience. So my best advice is if you are ever in a place and you feel like somebodyís
negative energy, sometimes you know, if you are personally experiencing a lot stress or
drama in your personal life, sometimes in an investigation people believe a spirit can
evoke that of you. I also believe that, you know, if you are under a lot of stress and
you walk into an investigation carry thatÖ investigations can be very, they can be experiences
where you really heighten all your emotions and heighten all your senses. So if you walk
in depressed, you might feel more depressed after when you investigate. So go into an
investigation clear headed and thatís a good way to avoid any kind of negative energy.
So I appreciate that my friends at Extra-Normal.com asked me to answer a few questions for them.
These episodes from Fort Ringgold will be coming out on my show Dead Explorer on YouTube
or DeadExplorer.com and just check Extra-Normal.com out. Check out Dead Explorer. Iíll talk you
later. Bye.