Investigating the Paranormal: A Brief overview of the SCSI.

Hi, Max here. I have been asked in the past why I formed the South Carolina Supernatural Investigations; what were my motivations and why I eventually decided to found a paranormal investigations group? I have always been a skeptic when it comes to anything dealing with the realm of the supernatural. I like to use hard... Continue Reading →

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Revisiting Booger Jim Bridge Pt. 1

Nothing there huh? Her words resonated through my mind over and over again as i walked away from the local resident of Cherokee falls community of Blacksburg, S.C. The legend, the mystery, the dying cumminity deserved another visit. I had to give it to them. To all of you, our fans, you deserved another look... Continue Reading →

Do ghost exist?

People are good, and evil simply doesn't exist. Humans are truly good at heart and the only thing outside of our physical understanding is the endless skies and mysteries thereof. There is no such thing as ghost. Or is there? Everything is black and white, and there is no grey area. There is no good,... Continue Reading →

HARD TIMES WILL ALWAYS MEASURE GREATNESS (South Carolina Supernatural Investigations)

HARD TIMES WILL ALWAYS MEASURE GREATNESS (South Carolina Supernatural Investigations) When facing situations that would make several other investigation societies crumble, we came out stronger. We came out of this better. we strive to bring South Carolina the best investigation team we can bring her. and all of her residents. we have overcome quite a bit as of late, and are standing tall. I have faith that you can as well. We decided it was time for serious changes within the group. If we wanted the SCSI to function and operate at an extremely high level, we had to let people go. we had to rebuild the organization from within

Poinsett Bridge

Poinsett Bridge Via: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poinsett_Bridge “Poinsett Bridge, named for Joel Roberts Poinsett, was built in 1820 as part of a road from Columbia, South Carolina to Saluda Mountain and is one of the oldest extant bridges in South Carolina. The bridge includes a 14-foot Gothic arch and stretches 130 feet over Little Gap Creek. It may... Continue Reading →

THE DEVIL’S TRAMPING GROUND, NORTH CAROLINA

The Well known spot according to Wikipedia.com "The Devil's Tramping Ground is a camping spot located in a forest near the Harper's Crossroads area near Bennett, North Carolina. It has been the subject of persistent local legends and lore, which frequently allege that the Devil "tramps" and haunts a barren circle of ground in which... Continue Reading →

Decrepit Burned house, Blacksburg Sc

A once beautiful home in rural Blacksburg South Carolina burned terribly, Now the abandoned home is plagued with an angry spirit. Known to slap people in the face and move objects right in front of their eyes. Imagine what a haunted house should look like; old, decrepit, chaotic and dark. This place has all of... Continue Reading →

ROCK HOUSE ROAD, ghost of the impaired

scprai.org : "Blacksburg - Rock House Rd. - There is an old tale of the history of Rock House Rd. The road runs alongside the King's Mountain Battle Ground. Rock House Rd. got its name from a rock house that was constructed in the early 1800's. This house is still standing and can be viewed... Continue Reading →

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