Evidence from our public investigations

Midwest Paranormal Files are very strict with which content we share. When we do an investigation everything stays between our members and the client. After the evidence is revealed to the client, and the client gives us permission, is when we post any evidence. These are the cases the clients have given us permission to show.

We probably have thrown out some really good clips following our strict guideline of “when in doubt, throw it out” If we feel the evidence can’t stand alone we often won’t use it. Audio recorders and video cameras are used in collecting evidence. K2 meters, and other tools, won’t be used as evidence. Instead they are presented as something of interest. As a group we feel the use of Ghost Box, spirit box, and other similar tools are prone to more false positives than they are worth.

Here is a glossary of commonly used terms plus a full explanation of smudging.

MPF first investigation made believers of us all

With a complicated crime history and so many deaths it seemed like a logical place to go.

Greyhound Museum 2011. This is to document that not every investigation goes as planned.

They host a “Haunted Ship” each October. How haunted is it really?

This is the one we have all been waiting for

We drove for 5 hours to hang out in a horse pasture…with an amazing piece of history

Pine Point ’11-’14 A local haunt with a lot of history.
December 2013 the team convened at the Becker County Museum. Claims ranged from kids playing, footsteps, singing, and the sounds of a man.

We bring you the cornfields of Iowa. Edinburgh Manor is an interesting site and has great amenities for the guests.

The new building is up, so what might linger? We went to find out.