Photo of the Week: Dante’s Inferno
We took a little hiatus last week from posting a Photo of the Week, as we were busy investigating, but we return this week with an object that we investigated that was believed to be haunted.
A little over a year ago, we were contacted by a client in New Jersey who was experiencing some unusual activity in her home, and had taken a picture that had an unusual shadow in it. She contacted a local New jersey paranormal group, who looked at the photo and immediately told her that she had a demon and that they would need to investigate ASAP. Thankfully she realized that this group was jumping to conclusions in the hopes of scaring her into being allowed to investigate, and contacted us for a second opinion. We went out in a small team with some basic equipment to see what was going on. We were able to debunk the picture and found nothing else that made us believe there was anything paranormal going on. She did, however have a very old copy of Dante’s Inferno by Dante Alighieri that she picked up from a garage sale years back. the previous owner had made many notes and scribbles in this tome, and it definitely added to the creepy factor. But ultimately, we found nothing paranormal about the book. But it still made a great picture.
All photos in our Photo of the Week feature are taken by New York Paranormal Society team member Laura Pennace, who is a New York City wedding photographer specializing in city hall and courthouse weddings, as well as engagement and proposal shoots. You can see more of Laura’s work at Pennace Photography (www.pennacephotography.com)