Ghost Adventures Visit Hillview Manor in Pennsylvania

by on Mar.22, 2011, under From the Web

The guys head to Hillview Manor in Pennsylvania to do their next investigation. We don’t remember any other TV people who have visited the site, looking forward to see what happens.

Episode Description:
Hillview Manor in New Castle, Pennsylvania was built to house the poor who could not care for themselves. It was later turned into a retirement home and became the place where thousands carried out the final days of their lives. The building has a longstanding problem with suicides and behind the building there are countless numbers of un-marked graves containing the bones of those who perished in the manor.

The boy’s investigation results in a number of spine chilling EVPs containing intelligent responses to their questions. One spirit tells Zak his name through an EVP saying, “I’m Jim.” Later on Jim speaks again when Nick asks what color pants he is wearing by responding, “blue.”

The Hillview Manor investigation proves to be one of the most emotional episodes yet. The spirits inside the building call out for help, and ask for their voices to be heard. Luckily Zak, Nick, and Aaron were able to give these spirits a chance to speak if only for a brief moment.

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