P. I. Team of Utah Evidence 2015

June 30, 2015 on 10:52 am | In Article | No Comments


Not long ago our good friends at P. I. Team of Utah (Paranormal Investigations Team of Utah) paid us a scheduled visit. For those of you that are not familiar with the team, they are a professional ghost hunting team from Utah and are the Utah affiliate for TAPS of the SyFy Channel Ghost Hunters. From time to time the group will contact us and ask for special permission to do an investigation here at the haunted library. We are happy to comply.

Many of the patrons and locals will remember that these are the folks that have graciously provided paranormal programming for our library in the past. When asked, they always come through for us, and in turn, we try to find time to allow them access to our building for investigating. Jenny Wright and the crew are professional and never disappoint.

One of the great things about working with this team and others, are we have a more knowledgeable base to work with. Many times I have received photos and evidence that I just wasn’t sure about. P.I. Team of Utah is one group that I can always shoot things to in an email and they are happy to review the evidence and give their expert opinion. This has been a great help to many patrons that have photos that they were not sure about.

  1. I. Team of Utah Mission Statement
    The Paranormal Investigations Team of Utah (The PI Team) exists to help those in need of assistance in the arena of suspected paranormal activity. We understand that unexplained phenomena of a type generally associated with “ghosts” and “hauntings” can cause stress, discomfort, and fear. We neither acknowledge nor disavow the existence of ghosts, nor any other “other-worldly” entity.The PI Team’s mission is two-fold. First, we provide assistance for those individuals, families, and businesses experiencing what they feel is paranormal activity. We do this by attempting to document and identify the causes of the activity, including any possible physical and/or self-explanatory causes, such as high electromagnetic fields, naturally occurring structural expansions and contractions, or any other possible legitimate explanation.Secondly, while our primary purpose is to help our clients, we make every effort to document these paranormal occurrences in detail for further scientific analysis. Our goal is to add to the growing international database of knowledge regarding paranormal activity. We do this through documentation presented on our Web site and shared through community functions such as speaking engagements at libraries, conventions, and other private and publicly-funded events.

    The PI Team is a 501(c) 3 non-profit/tax-exempt organization (charity). We do not and will not ever charge for our investigations. However, we do conduct fund-raising events, and accept private donations and/or partial sponsor-ships to cover a portion of our expenses.


I suggest you visit their website to learn a bit more about the team and the work they do.

Please visit: http://www.piteamofutah.com

They have a page dedicated to evidence captured while at the SWC Library. There are several good EVPs posted. Be sure to take time to check these out.


Take time to listen and see what you hear. I think I hear a few other noises, but I would like to see what you come up with as well.

Happy Listening!

Video Evidence from 2012

June 15, 2015 on 4:10 pm | In Article, movies | No Comments


I would like to share with you some of my random videos from the past Ghost Walks.  Please take a few minutes to take a look and listen.  This is give you some idea of what the sessions of the Ghost Walks are like and how we do what we do.

If you find evidence that I have missed please let me know.  It is always great to have a second set of eyes and ears.

Thanks in advance!




2012 Ghost Walk




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