Tuesday, 17 October 2017 15:04

The Fort Knox ghost Featured

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PROSPECT - The Fort Knox in Prospect is a spooky place to visit this time of year.

They are doing haunted tours and special events, but East Coast Ghost Trackers say there is also a young girl who's spirit stays alive.


Jamie Dube one of the East Coast Ghost Tracker founder said "She is one of the spirit girls she's about three years old... Three four. That we actually have contact with throughout many many years here."


He says Elizabeth is a sweet girl and likes to interact with the crowd. Elizabeth did things such as putting a marble in someone's shirt just to prove that she was here.


"She likes to do that it's very freaky for the people who are actually sitting in the chair getting touched, but it's a lot of fun also. There are certain spots of the fort that are kind of hot spots where we know what the entities are and where we can have interaction with them" said Dube.


They don't know much about Elizabeth other then the fact that she misses her mother.


"Physics have come in here in the past and they all have the same story. That her mother left her that's she's waiting for her mother to come back" said Dube. They did catch a piece of evidence of Elizabeth two weeks ago while giving a tour.


There is a group photo hanging on the wall of the gift shop . While some may disagree others believe the little girl with dolls that appears slightly fuzzy is Elizabeth.


"She loves to interact with her dolls. We've heard her voice before and it's definitely Elizabeth" said Dube.


"Elizabeth she's always on fire. It's always a good show."



Shonna Narine

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Shonna Narine joined the ABC7 and FOX22 team in August 2017. Originally from Long Island (although she hides her accent for TV) she's excited to see what Maine has to offer.

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She won an outstanding achievement award and graduated on the dean's list.

Prior to graduation Shonna interned at News12 Long Island.

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