On the night of Sept. 23, a friend and I drove to the Groveland Hotel to be part of a paranormal experience taking place there. I was the winner of a contest in the Turlock Journal to be part of a paranormal investigation. I was shocked and very excited that I was one of two winners.
When Peggy Mosley bought the Groveland Hotel in 1990 she was not aware of the hotel's paranormal history. It didn't take long, however, for her to realize that something out of the ordinary was happening in the Sierra foothills building.
"Oh my gosh," was all I could say when I got off the phone with Kristina Hacker from the Turlock Journal. She and her boss Kristi had called to tell me that I had won their essay contest, "Why I would be a good paranormal investigator." My assistant and I would be joining them in a paranormal investigation of the Groveland Hotel. I immediately called my husband, Neil Sr., and after a few minutes of whooping and hollering he suggested I call my assistant to make sure he would still be able to make it to the investigation. Much to ...
Strange noises and moving shadows are just some of the things that Carlos Sandoval noticed when he moved his furniture store into the old Youngdale's building on Market Street in 2008.
The Journal accompanied American Paranormal Investigations during their trip to the Sierra Building in October 2008. The following is the story published about that investigation.
The Turlock Historical Society Museum is not known as a hot spot for paranormal activity, but investigators say they captured an audio recording that might change that.
The Journal accompanied American Paranormal Investigations on their trip to the Turlock Mercantile in September 2008. The following is the story published about that investigation.
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