Ghost hunters hold seance in Calif.

Oct. 29, 2012 at 4:34 PM

SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 29 (UPI) -- About 50 people, mostly members of the Bay Area Ghost Hunters group, gathered in a San Jose building for a seance.

The event, organized by the group and led by Livermore-based psychic adviser Irma Slage, allowed participants Sunday at downtown's The Old Spaghetti Factory to ask Slage questions about deceased loved ones, the San Jose Mercury News reported Monday.

"A local historian once told me there are no ghosts in San Jose, but she's wrong," said Deb Wible of the ghost hunters group. "Who could even declare such a thing?"

The Bay Area Ghost Hunters group is described online as "a networking group for the free flow of paranormal information both in person and on the Internet."

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