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PHOENIXX   posted:7/9/2011 6:38:20 PM  (Reply)
 (Kind of lengthy, sorry :-/ )  Can anyone help me do research on paranormal history of the Niagara Falls NY area? Ive had multiple encounters my self and others have shared things with me but its almost a taboo thing to talk about seriously here. I assume a lot of ppl have had experiences but wont share them and choose to brush it off. Of course before settlers came, the area was inhabited by Native ppls, theres a reservation near by and even our casino/hotel is porperty of the Seneca nation (Hince its name Seneca Niagara hotel and casino lol) I know there just has to be occurances throughout the city since my experiences were in different places and I figure anywhere that was prodominately Native land has graves and mounds that were built right over. Ive tried to find some info and even looked at the local paranormal investigation website but they only listed maybe 3 cases. There were some good EVPS and a couple pictures but it didnt look like they took any more cases than that. There just isnt much info on the Native ppls history that I can find online or experiences had by anyone else. Please help.
monica1968   posted:7/10/2011 7:19:47 AM  (Reply)

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PHOENIXX  posted:7/9/2011 6:38:20 PM  (Reply)
 (Kind of lengthy, sorry :-/ )  Can anyone help me do research on paranormal history of the Niagara Falls NY area? Ive had multiple encounters my self and others have shared things with me but its almost a taboo thing to talk about seriously here. I assume a lot of ppl have had experiences but wont share them and choose to brush it off. Of course before settlers came, the area was inhabited by Native ppls, theres a reservation near by and even our casino/hotel is porperty of the Seneca nation (Hince its name Seneca Niagara hotel and casino lol) I know there just has to be occurances throughout the city since my experiences were in different places and I figure anywhere that was prodominately Native land has graves and mounds that were built right over. Ive tried to find some info and even looked at the local paranormal investigation website but they only listed maybe 3 cases. There were some good EVPS and a couple pictures but it didnt look like they took any more cases than that. There just isnt much info on the Native ppls history that I can find online or experiences had by anyone else. Please help.
 good luck with your research...but from what i have read the powers that be will not let you dig [excuse pun] around,....there is a lot of places in america where they will not let one investigate for the simple fact is that you may find something....hmmm did you know up along a famous canyon there were caves found with mumified bodies...of just men..that dated back 1000s years...they will not let you dig about because of the possible evidence surfacing, that man has been around far longer than the few thousand years perported....douglas kenyon done a great book for anyone looking into ancient archeology..he covers quite alot of the americas..its either forgotten archeology or forbidden archeology....
monica1968   posted:7/10/2011 2:29:56 PM  (Reply)

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monica1968  posted:7/10/2011 7:19:47 AM  (Reply)
 good luck with your research...but from what i have read the powers that be will not let you dig [excuse pun] around,....there is a lot of places in america where they will not let one investigate for the simple fact is that you may find something....hmmm did you know up along a famous canyon there were caves found with mumified bodies...of just men..that dated back 1000s years...they will not let you dig about because of the possible evidence surfacing, that man has been around far longer than the few thousand years perported....douglas kenyon done a great book for anyone looking into ancient archeology..he covers quite alot of the americas..its either forgotten archeology or forbidden archeology....
/sorry frobidden history or forbidden archeology.. 
spiritech0   posted:7/11/2011 12:17:42 PM  (Reply)

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PHOENIXX  posted:7/9/2011 6:38:20 PM  (Reply)
 (Kind of lengthy, sorry :-/ )  Can anyone help me do research on paranormal history of the Niagara Falls NY area? Ive had multiple encounters my self and others have shared things with me but its almost a taboo thing to talk about seriously here. I assume a lot of ppl have had experiences but wont share them and choose to brush it off. Of course before settlers came, the area was inhabited by Native ppls, theres a reservation near by and even our casino/hotel is porperty of the Seneca nation (Hince its name Seneca Niagara hotel and casino lol) I know there just has to be occurances throughout the city since my experiences were in different places and I figure anywhere that was prodominately Native land has graves and mounds that were built right over. Ive tried to find some info and even looked at the local paranormal investigation website but they only listed maybe 3 cases. There were some good EVPS and a couple pictures but it didnt look like they took any more cases than that. There just isnt much info on the Native ppls history that I can find online or experiences had by anyone else. Please help.
1) Make friends with true Seneca. If they value their lives, they'll tell you their incredible history.2) Find your local library's oldest books on related subjects before the MIB destroy them.3) You have very little time left. Use the buddy system.
nfparanormal   posted:7/11/2011 12:31:07 PM  (Reply)
Oh man i run N.F. Paranormal! (Niagara Falls Paranormal) www.nfparanormal.com.
nfparanormal   posted:7/11/2011 12:31:43 PM  (Reply)
email me nfparanormal@gmail.com maybe i can help!
nfparanormal   posted:7/11/2011 12:34:05 PM  (Reply)
Also the Lewiston Library is a great way to start too i get a lot of info from them, we work together, so if i need info on cases i can just call my friend up and she can get me background on houses and what not.
nfparanormal   posted:7/11/2011 12:41:39 PM  (Reply)
Oh if it was our site you found lol, we dont put a lot up on our site,it is just  for people to get a hold of us! We are very much alive and kicking lol
nfparanormal   posted:7/11/2011 6:07:18 PM  (Reply)

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PHOENIXX  posted:7/9/2011 6:38:20 PM  (Reply)
 (Kind of lengthy, sorry :-/ )  Can anyone help me do research on paranormal history of the Niagara Falls NY area? Ive had multiple encounters my self and others have shared things with me but its almost a taboo thing to talk about seriously here. I assume a lot of ppl have had experiences but wont share them and choose to brush it off. Of course before settlers came, the area was inhabited by Native ppls, theres a reservation near by and even our casino/hotel is porperty of the Seneca nation (Hince its name Seneca Niagara hotel and casino lol) I know there just has to be occurances throughout the city since my experiences were in different places and I figure anywhere that was prodominately Native land has graves and mounds that were built right over. Ive tried to find some info and even looked at the local paranormal investigation website but they only listed maybe 3 cases. There were some good EVPS and a couple pictures but it didnt look like they took any more cases than that. There just isnt much info on the Native ppls history that I can find online or experiences had by anyone else. Please help.
Not sure if you saw my post! But we should be able to help you! i run Niagara Falls Paranormal. (www.nfparanormal.com) If you did come across our site we never put too much up on our site because 99% of our case are house cases! A really good place to start to looking for Native American history is at the Lewiston Library.  We have a good friend there that helps us with the history of houses/land of  cases we been on. If you like you can e-mail me at nfparanormal@gmail.com. The group is very much alive and well, we been serving the Western New York area since 1997 and we hope to be around for years to come! -Jimmy Silvaroli-Founder N.F. Paranormalwww.nfparanormal.com


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