Paranormal society to visit Superior

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By Mila Besich Lira

Superior Sun

The Crossing Over Paranormal Society (COPS) will be visiting Superior over the next several weeks to do paranormal investigations throughout Superior. The society will be doing active research and investigations the next two Fridays, Jan. 10 and 17. They will be doing research from 6 p.m. until approximately 3 a.m. Residents may see crews walking through the streets with various paranormal detecting equipment including cameras and monitors.

The research done by the COPS crew will aid the Legends of Superior Trail Committee and the Superior Chamber of Commerce to develop ghost walks of Superior in the future. This year the LOST event in February will include an evening walk on Main St. telling ghost stories and legends.

The society based out of Phoenix has been features on the Bio Channel television show My Ghost Story. They have also been involved in the investigation of many haunted places throughout Arizona.

COPS is also available to do private investigations in homes, buildings and other property free of charge. A waiver must be signed. If you wish to have your home or property investigated, please contact Jay and Marie Yates at 623-396-9252.

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