This past Sunday and Monday, the Paranormal Georgia team spent 22 hours investigating Old South Pittsburgh Hospital in South Pittsburgh, TN.
Can I just admit something up front?
I wasn’t too sure about this place. I was skeptical. But everyone in the group wanted to go. So I paid my money, invited two blogger friends who have investigated with us before, and grudgingly drove the two hours north, convinced that it was going to be a ho-hum weekend.
I frakking love it when I’m wrong!
We have yet to go through all of our audio, but I can tell you that all of it pales in comparison to the five seconds my heart nearly beat out of my chest on Monday morning. All because a door opened. By. Itself.
This is the description I wrote for the video once I uploaded it to YouTube:
The PGI team was at Old South Pittsburgh Hospital, South Pittsburgh, TN. We were on the 3rd floor, at the psych ward entrance. Heather had just opened the door to room 303 (on the right side of the hall) and Jordan had just tried to open and secure the door to 307 (left side of the hall), but it wouldn’t stay open, so he closed it and made sure the knob was secure. Tammy then asked Buddy (a purported spirit at OSPH) to open the door and immediately, we heard the door knob to 307 twist and the door open. In the video, you can hear the door knob twist and see the light change as the door opens and light from an exterior (closed) window is visible. You can also hear (under our excited voices) the sound of the door hitting the wall twice. It was opened pretty forcefully.
There is no heat or air conditioning at OSPH. There is no exchange of air through the vents. The windows do not open. The windows are not cracked or broken. There were 11 of us in the building at the time. Seven of us were at the entrance to the psych ward, two were downstairs on the second floor eating breakfast, and the last two, the caretakers, were in their residence on the second floor. Jordan had just opened the door and checked and saw no one in the room.
This door opened by itself. Believe it.
If any of you reading this blog is skeptical, then I’ll sign an affidavit. I’ll swear on any holy book of your choice. I’ll even pay your way to Old South Pittsburgh so you can witness this activity for yourself.
Enjoy! And believe me, there’s more to come!