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Delta Paranormal Project - Host Paula Westbrook and Guests Ed & Marsha Becker

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Delta Paranormal Project -  Host Paula Westbrook and Guest co host Joe Vitale Joe is the Coordinator for The Michigan chapter of the Delta paranormal Project. With about 20 years experience in the field of the paranormal. Joe is one of DPP's top debunkers interview Ed & Marsha Becker.

 ED and Marsha Becker were blissfully happy. Their first child was on the way. When Ed went to pay the rent and was informed by his landlady that there were no babies and no pets allowed in the building. They had to move. A month into the search, Ed found a small, two-apartment building in the city. He met with the realtor. No sooner had they walked into the house than an elderly woman named Myra who resided in the first floor flat screamed and swore at them, telling them they'll never own the house. Myra was the last remaining member of the family who had owned, built, and occupied the house from the beginning. Without much in the way of options, and with assurances from the realtor that Myra would be out of the house on the day of the closing, Ed agreed to purchase the house. As they unpacked in their new house, Marsha brought her pride and joy, a beautiful glass candy dish, to the dining room table and placed it in the center. She turned around to get a lace runner to put underneath it. When Marsha turned back, the candy dish was sitting at the table's edge on the other side from her. A few days later, as they sat at the same table eating dinner, the overhead light began flickering in an odd rhythm. It eventually quit, but Marsha was unsettled. A month or so after the move, Ed called home to see how things were going. The phone was busy. A few hours later, he tried again. Still a busy signal. He never got through all day. He was growing angry, trying to figure who Marsha could have been calling all day long. When he got home and asked, Marsha was bewildered. She walked over to the table. The phone had been off the hook all day.

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