Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Strange in Olmos Basin

Do you ever wonder why paranormal teams never actually find any ghosts?
SAN ANTONIO -- Olmos Basin Park hosts thousands of people on its various athletic fields, but according to many [How many? --ed.], there could be something more than just sports going on in the woods just behind the Olmos Dam. [Hanky-panky, maybe? --ed.]

There have long been stories, many turning into urban legends [how many, and where can I read them? --ed.], about UFO sightings and paranormal activity at the site. Its history of ancient Indian activity has led universities to archaeological digs there.

There is a team of investigators called Paranormal After Dark who recently set out to see if the legends were true, trying to find any sign of paranormal activity.

Their shiny black bus serves as a command center and the investigators use an array of various electronic devices. The team is made up of 13 members: teachers [!], police officers [Why? --ed.], firefighters [Why, why? --ed.] and a psychic [Just one? --ed.].


After their investigations, the team collects data to decide if a return trip is warranted.
(from KSAT-12)

Only if they like the scenery and the sports. Other than that, almost anywhere else should be more entertaining. At least Fiesta Texas has an actual Poltergeist.


AlanDP said...

I've never heard of anything "paranormal" about that place. The only thing Google turns up is your post and the KSAT article.

Albatross said...

Yep. I wonder who went to college with who at KSAT and Paranormal After Dark, in order for this to be a news story.