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1-Avondale Mine Disaster
2-Avondale Revisited
3-Avondale: The Final Chapter
4-Wilkes-Barre Cemetery
5-Queen Esther's Rock/Bloody Rock
6-Hollenback Cemetery
7-Jim Thorpe Inn
8-W-B Beauty Salon
9-West Mountain Sanitarium
10-Hanover Green Cemetery
11-Shawnee Cemetery
12-Private Pittston Residence
13-Private Scranton Residence
14-Private Pittston Townhouse
15- Private Bloomsburg Residence
16- Avondale 2009 T.O.P.S. & P.V.P.A.
17- Private Pittston Residence (Twin Mine )
18-Cliff Park Inn
19- West Scranton Residence
20-Private Jim Thorpe Residence
21- Mauch Chunk Opera House
22- Ashley,Pa Residence
23-Olyphant residence
24 -The Banshee Bar, Scranton,Pa
25- Hazleton,Pa.Home
26- South Wilkes-Barre Home
27- Wilkes-Barre Home
28-Farm,Luzerne County,Pa.
29-Duryea Home
30-White Haven Home
32-Stroudsburg Home/Buisness
33-Curse of the Black Horse Inn
34-Wilkes-Barre Twp. Home
35-West Nanticoke Residence
36-Tavern/Resturaunt/Somewhere in Pa.
37-Tyler Hill,Pa.
35- Reading,Pa.
39-Wilkes-Barre City Residence
40-North Wilkes-Barre Residence
41-Montrose Trip #2
43-Private Residence Nanticoke
Gettysburg 2010
46-Beaver Falls, Pa.
57-Rolling Hills Asylum
58-Hillview Manor
Our Best Evidence
31-Montrose Inn
NEPA Paranormal recently completed an investigation at the Montrose Inn. The Inn had a very interesting history. It is close to 200 years in age. It was originally built as a private home. Soon after it was turned into an Inn. It then became a jail, and after that a schoolhouse. It then went back to an Inn again though a series of different owners. In 1918 when it went under the name of The Exchange Hotel, it caught fire and was destroyed. the owner began construction to rebuild it, only to have it catch fire and become destroyed yet again. Finally in 1929 it was reconstructed to the building it is today. It has gone through different owners over the years following its rebuild until its current owner Gretchen purchased it. Since then the building has been renovated and turned into an amazing place.Claims of activity over the years include,children playing in the upstairs hall,knocking on the door room#5.To the old man seen down stairs in front of the fireplace.Thoughout our investigation, we had many personal experiences including temperature drops, and some strange occurences with the lights on the thermostat. The most active area the night were here was in the basement.It is a finished basement including a bar, tables, pooltable etc.As you will see in our EVPs the pool table was active.



This first EVP was in the basement Mike, Kelly, and Bob were getting some hits on the KII,Bob thought he would try a trigger object.In this case a game on pool.  You'll hear Mike talking and then Bob say "I'll play you for a Dollar" and the EVP say "A Buck" and then in the same clip it says it again. 


Mike & Kelly are trying to get it to say its name but it starts Knocking instead

These two EVPs just blew us away,found by Mark ,the first one,in the middle of the clip youll hear a voice.We couldnt make any sense of it.So Bob decieded to run it in Reverse and we were pleasentlysurprized to hear it say "Almost Ready".This was our first reverse EVP




This video was shot in room #2 the three girls were in there trying to get the child spirit to come out.With no male investigators in the room ,Alissa says its cold in here and you hear a male voice sat "Chilly"


Conclusion: We recently completed a second investigation at the Inn which the evidence for is currently under review. Updates will be posted as they come in. We would also like to thank Gretchen from the Montrose Inn for her hospitality. The Inn is a beautiful place to stay, and the restaurant is top notch and the food is out of this world, I recommend the Montrose Burger (the best I have ever had). Thank you for the opportunity to conduct our investigation. We had a great time!The address and phone number are...26 South Main Street
Montrose, PA 18801
(570) 278-1124  ask for Getchen and tell her we sent you.