Is This House in Severn Haunted?

A Severn woman is so convinced that her house is possessed by ghosts that she plans to move out.

A Severn woman said she always believed in ghosts, but never believed in evil. But then she said strange things began happening in her house on Pioneer Drive shortly after her father passed away in May. 

Qwanetta, who declined to provide her last name, said her father revealed himself to her in her bedroom, and then his faced appeared on a water bottle.

"Since then, things have just been outrageous," she said. 

She has taken more than 200 pictures using her camera phone. Many show circular orbs, which she said can't be explained. She also claims to see peoples faces and even animals in the photos. 

"There's some where you see a demon, you see a skull that's on the floor," she said. 

Qwanetta hired investigators from Dead of Night Paranormal Investigators, who told her that she is unusually tuned into the world of ghosts. 

Qwanetta, who works as a police officer in Washington, DC, said she plans to move to Prince George's County at the end of the month. 

Watch the video above to learn more about the house. Do you believe the house could be haunted? Do you see anything unusual in the photos?

BadStatistics October 24, 2012 at 11:41 AM
nope. nope. nope. nope. nope.
Calique October 24, 2012 at 01:24 PM
Hahahhahhhaa "orbs"=dust particles.
Mike Brown October 24, 2012 at 03:11 PM
Some orbs are just dust but other orbs are real orbs
Calique October 24, 2012 at 04:05 PM
What do you mean by "real orb"? Orbs are explained very well at Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orb_(optics) They are photographic artifacts; dust, moisture, foreign material within the camera lens, etc.
Mike Brown October 24, 2012 at 04:40 PM
Are you going to believe everything on Wikipedia? That is not a trustworthy site. Why do you think that professions do not let you cite that website? If you talk to someone who is in the paranormal activity field they can explain it to you. There are some orbs that have true meaning that a spirit is present and there are other "orbs" that mean exactly what you say, dust, moisture, etc.
Calique October 24, 2012 at 07:13 PM
I'd be WAY more apt to believe a properly cited article from Wikipedia than concocted "paranormal" ridiculousness. You appear to be a reasonable adult; why would you would believe pseudo-science like what you mention above. This is the stuff of imaginations, not science. No one in the "paranormal activity field" needs to explain to me why what is obviously dust or moisture is something "spiritual." That is plain nonsense. Look up Occam's Razor (in brief, Occam's Razor states that one should not increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything). Oh how I wish I did not have a conscience... I'd love to be able to call myself a "paranormal investigator" and separate gullible idiots from their money....
NonaBidness October 24, 2012 at 09:50 PM
Really? By stating that the only way she can see them is with her camera pretty much states that she is seeing artifacts left on and in her lens. Calique is absolutely correct in this case - dust and an overactive imagination. Here's a great way to prove your "ghosts" - take TWO cameras and take pictures of the same thing at the same time. I am willing to wager that you will see the "ghosts" in one photo and nothing in the other. :-) As far as the other video - You have Carbon Dioxide from the Orange Juice pushing up a cap in the first half. Ever shake a soda? Same thing. And you probably have at least one if not many mice in your house. Oh yeah - hire somebody to clean your air ducts before you burn out your furnace! So, a few noises and some dust specks on some pictures. The simplest explanation you can come up with is ghosts? Wow
Ladyhawkkk1 October 28, 2012 at 12:33 PM
I have personal experience living lived in a house in Howard county that was haunted. Whether you believe in them or not when unexplainable things start to happen IT will change your mind.


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