New Paranormal Investigation Of Titantic Set For Spring 2011

Posted by on October 29th, 2010

The best place to hunt for ghosts are places where a lot of people tragically died. So really, the question isn’t why 100 paranormal investigators are heading out to look over the sunken wreckage of the Titanic in 2011. It’s what took them so long?

“I think it will be dramatic,” the 35-year-old author and freelance writer said. “We’re probably going to hear people screaming for help.”

The Titanic Endeavor Tour, headed by Matthew “Sandman” Kelley, a paranormal researcher from Markleysburg, Pa., will charter a boat to the shipwreck 960 miles east of New York and try to invoke the spirits of those who died there. Expedition members will dine from the Titanic’s menu, observe a memorial service and strain to detect, through psychic sensitivity or special equipment, traces of souls who haunt the site.

Question: if the spirits are confined to the remains of the ship, are they really upset they’re still underwater? They surely weren’t used to it in life, so would they become used to it over time? Even if they want to scare you are they going to be do busy ghost drowning?

Is James Cameron involved?


2 Responses to “New Paranormal Investigation Of Titantic Set For Spring 2011”

  1. buzzybee Says:

    I am interested in joining the team for this tour.I have certain sensitivities that might be helpful as well as I love the titanic history.

  2. Sandman Says:

    My name is Matthew Sandman Kelley and I am the team leader of The Titanic Endeavor Tour. I browse the internet from time to time to read the press that has been generated by our expedition. I would like to clarify though that it is not 100 investigators but 22. In regards to spirits at the site…we are primarily concerned with residule evp signatures that may still exist on that area of the ocean. I would not expect for there to be any spirits remaining there…however one never knows. That is but one question that we hope to answer with this expedition to one of the greatest losses in maratime history. If you would care to learn more about our expedition or you would like an interview please feel free to contact me at the following e-mail address.

    Thank you

    Matthew Sandman Kelley
    Team Leader
    Society of the D.E.A.D.
    The Titanic Endeavor Tour