Everybody has a ghost story. Mike Coleta has captured his on video.
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In September, Coletta, who volunteers at Evergreen Cemetery, captured on videotape what he thought was a ghost that opened a crypt door in the old chapel basement.
He was video taping a KII meter, which ghost hunters use in paranormal research. The device had indicated evidence of an electrical magnetic field when, out of the corner of his eye, Coletta saw a crypt door begin to open. He swung the camera around to capture the action.
“Ho-ly-Cow, oh, my goodness,” Coletta is heard saying on the tape. “Wow, Wow, Wow.”
The producers of A&E Biography Channel’s “My Ghost Stories” saw the video on YouTube and were so excited they flew Coletta and Everygreen Cemetery manager William DeBoer out to Los Angeles for interviews to reenact the sequence.
DeBoer, who has never seen a ghost in his 19 years at Evergreen, has heard stories from others about shadows moving up the basement stairs of the chapel.
“I’m the eternal skeptic,” he said.