The Calgary Association of Paranormal Investigations (CAPI) were back in the valley for a spooky night at the Johnston house.
The Association has been busy over the last few months. Readers will recall in the October 10, 2018 edition of the Mail, the group was at the Johnston house on 3rd Avenue in Drumheller doing an investigation of the home now owned by Justin Bolin.
That was just some of the work they completed over the last 12 months. In September they led the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt at Heritage Park in Calgary.
“We had CAPI participating in the World’s Largest Ghost Hunt on September 28 and they asked us if they could investigate some of the buildings around heritage park, and we said yes,” said Barb Munro of Heritage Park.
Last Saturday Night October 26, they revealed their findings. They also hosted a séance.
“Last year we held our investigation at the Johnston house and my entire team just fell in love with the home, so we are excited to go back in to see if we can communicate further with Dr. Johnston,” said Melissa Wilton of CAPI. She adds the goal of the event was to connect with Dr. Johnston while teaching the general public about seances and how they work.
Unfortunately, technical issues prevented CAPI from live streaming the event, however, there are videos from the evening on CAPI’s Facebook page.
“The event went well, though we had a ton of issues with our electronic equipment, including the videographer from CBC having multiple issues with his camera, lights, and his batteries dying several times, the wifi and data on our phones wouldn’t work near the parlour,” said Wilton. “The video footage we took had issues with focus, etc. So it was very interesting for sure! We will be reviewing the audio we recorded over the coming weeks as well as going through the videos and live feeds to see if we captured anything there.”