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|Date of Investigation: April 30, 2011 Saturday
Arrival Time: 2pm
Location: Provided upon RSVP and Payment on www.HPIParanormal.net
, Georgetown, Ca 95634
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
...ADMISSION PRICE: $15.00
WAIVER FORMS WILL NEED TO BE SIGNED.
EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Cameras, video cameras, telescopes, binoculars, night vision goggles, digital
audio recorders, EMF Readers, K2 readers, etc. Bring what you have, if you have no equipment, your
senses will do just as well. IMPORTANT: BRING SNACKS, YOU MAY GET HUNGRY WHILE
THE HISTORY OF GEORGETOWN:
Founded August 7, 1849, by George Phipps and party, Georgetown was nicknamed "Growlersburg"
because of the heavy gold-laden quartz rocks that "growled" in the miners' pants pockets as they walked
around town. The first post office was established in 1851. After the disastrous fire in 1852 the old town
was moved from the canyon in lower Main Street to its present site, and, unique in early-day planning,
Main Street was laid out 100 feet (30 m) wide, with side streets 60 feet (18 m). After this new
reconstruction, the residents of the city proclaimed their town as the "Pride of the Mountains". The hub of
an immensely rich gold mining area, Georgetown had a population of about three thousand in 1854-56.
As a gold rush camp, the community outlasted many other towns because the gold found nearby was solid
primary deposits, as opposed to placer deposits. Gold production continued until after the turn of the 20th
THE ACTIVITY AT THE RESIDENCE:
Now a word from Paul Dale Roberts, HPI General Manager
The home and property that we will be investigating is active with paranormal activity. In 1853, a cowboy
panhandler nicknamed Broken Neck, (the name was given to him, because his head was always tilted to
one side) was caught cheating during a poker game. 6 men went after him from the local saloon and
chased him down. The leader of the posse was Black Hat Tucker. When they captured Broken Neck,
Black Hat Tucker tied his hands together and tied his legs up with rope. Black Hat Tucker dragged Broken
Neck behind his horse into the nearby woods, where Broken Neck hit his head on a rock and died
instantly. They threw his body down a ravine. The ravine is near the property we are investigating. A
ghostly sighting of a little boy was also seen on this property by a psychic. Another interesting aspect of
the property is that it is located at the Triangle Corridor.
According to Bill Birnes of History Channel’s UFO Hunters, the triangle corridor covers this area and all of
Gold Country, all the way to Mount Shasta. Many triangular shaped UFOs are seen in this area and theory
is that the UFOs are interested in our gold. The Sumerian clay tablets explain that ancient aliens have
always been interested in our gold to correct their depleting ozone layer. Scientists recently found out that
if you spray gold dust into the atmosphere, it will heal our own ozone layer. Gold is the source and most
usable metallic for computer components and many other electronic devices.
|New Scouting Mission April 30th! Ghosts and
UFO's! Watch the video below by John Shue to
see where you'll be going...