Once again the community has come out to support the Lewis County Historical Museum and knocked it out of the park. Thank you so much for your support of the museum.

Another great turn out for the Lewis County Historical Museum's Ghost Tours. Thank you to everyone who came out to participate.  Check out our photo gallery for some of the pictures taken.

South Sound Paranormal is excited to announce that the Lewis County Historical Museum has invited the team back for this seasons Ghost Tours. Please contact the museum for tickets and available time slots.

South Sound Paranormal's light anomaly is shown on Fright Club, season 2 episode 4: "Ghosting for Gold' on Discovery+, aired 7/21/22.  Our footage is about 30 minutes into the episode.

Sadly The Chehalis Paranormal Forum has been canceled and will not be rescheduled.  Please remain safe in these uncertain times and be kind to each other. SSPR looks forward to the future when we can move among our friends and family with confidence of safety in everyone's health.

We are so excited to publish an update to the speakers that will be participating in The Chehalis Paranormal Forum on August 28th 2021.

Exciting news the Chehalis Paranormal Forum is still happening and has been rescheduled for August 28, 2021. Mark your calendars and join us.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions and safety concerns the Chehalis Paranormal Forum has been postponed until 2021

Go to 'https://www.chronline.com/stories/lewis-county-historical-museum-hosts-spring-ghost-tours-for-citizens-to-explore-the-paranormal,5000?' to read the article.

A warm welcome for our investigation at Gathering Grace Farms.

See Scott's posting. https://www.facebook.com/scott.forsman.7/posts/902311860237568

Previous post by Scott.

GHOST STORY: Part Three "Friday the Thirteenth" The South Sound Paranormal Research Organization visited Gathering Grace Farm this past week while they were in town to give Ghost Tours at the haunted Lewis County Historical Museum and the following is what occurred... The five members of the Paranormal Investigation Team entered the historic farm house on March 7th for the first time and made a startling discovery. After discussing the background and unexplained phenomena of the house the Scooby-Doo team headed upstairs to find that four of the five doors were open. This is significant because all the doors were closed to keep the farm cat from sneaking into the rooms and no one had been upstairs in the last two weeks. As the Ghostbusters moved from room to room they commented on picking up energy and mysterious feelings. The Cuban Ambassadors room brought much attention but I wonder if our ghost problem had something to do with the European portrait that hangs in the living room of a misfortune child of the past? After much effort, the team was led to the basement where we found the famous dress from Venice. Was it the source of the spiritual manifestation or was it just a forgotten artifact? After careful analysis, we found two stains under the tulle that bled through the dress. Was there foul play? The answer to these many questions will have to wait until April when the South Sound Paranormal Team will return with their equipment for a night of investigation but also Casey and I will be able to return South for the excavation of the Patio room in Venice. I wonder if the spiritual world concocted this Covid-19 and the panic to keep us away from finding the answers to the Crystal Vault. It may be a coincidence but the world dramatically changed after I announced my intentions of opening the floor. What ever we are dealing with here is also causing unexplained occurrences there... The walls of City Farm Chehalis are now talking!

Check out this really cool article about the The Lewis County Historical Museum
For everyone who might have missed the fall tours or would like to take the tour avoiding the Halloween crowds, here's your chance.  South Sound Paranormal Research is leading ghost tours at the Lewis Count Historical Museum this spring.
Get ready fo ar realy exciting event.   Go over to the facebook page to get up to date information.  https://www.facebook.com/The-Chehalis-Paranormal-Forum-100120918195195/

Thank you to everyone who came out and made the Lewis County Historical Museum - Ghost Tours event a big success.


Guided Tours of the Haunted Lewis County Museum

September 15, 2014
SSPR is pleased to announce that we will be offering guided tours of the haunted Lewis County Historical Museum in Chehalis, WA on November 1, 2014 from 6 PM to 8 PM. The tours are by reservation only, and each lasts two hours. Call 360.748.0831 for reservations. Space is limited.

Congratulations Melinda!

December 1, 2013
We're so proud of Melinda, who has earned her Master of Divinity.

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Busy Week

November 5, 2012
Patty and Karen are headed to help a friend in need this week. She has been experiencing an array of disturbing phenomena in her home, so Patty and Karen are going on an informal investigation to try and help.

Later in the week, the team is extremely excited to be returning to the USS Turner Joy for an investigation. A Vietnam-era Forest Sherman type destroyer, the USS Turner Joy was involved in the Gulf of Tonkin Incident. SSPR was the first team to investigate the ship, which is now a museum...
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Spring, Summer and Fall 2012

October 29, 2012
It's been a busy time for SSPR! Among the highlights:
  • We were the first to investigate the Gig Harbor Antique Mall in Gig Harbor, Washington. You can read about it here. 
  • We participated in and consulted on several private residence investigations.
  • Members of SSPR investigated the site of the 1910 Wellington avalanche disaster. You can read more about Wellington here.
  • We welcomed satellite members Jenny, William, and Rob.
  • We participated in a great Kids' Ghost Camp held in historic Port Gamble, Wa...

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Kids Ghost Camp

June 27, 2011

 Do you have kids between the ages of 8-13?  are the Courious about ghost?  Well we have something for them!

What:    Kids Ghost Camp

Where:  Lewis County Historical Museum

When:   July 16 (Saturday), 2011

Time:   5-7 PM

Cost:  $6.00 per camper (all monies going to the museum)

Limited to only 30 campers, reserve your space NOW!

Contact:   Lewis County Museum at (360)748-0831

Parents or Guardian must remain on site during the two hour camp.

This is an educational event not meant to scare kids, but to g...

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