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CLEVELAND - Erie Street Cemetery was the next location of the Paranormal Travelers. The cemetery is the second oldest in Cleveland, built in 1826.
A group of three friends have been going through different locations in the area seeking out spirits of the dead. They feel the dead are either stuck due to unfinished business or their spirits or are angry and they want to right that wrong. They may feel they can't move on yet because they have to watch out for someone.
Joc o Sot was a native American chief of the Mesquakie tribe. He fought in the Black Hawk War against the United States. He was wounded and eventually made it to Cleveland. He worked as a hunting and a fishing expedition guide, eventually passing away and buried in Cleveland. It is said his spirit is not happy. He wanted to be buried in his native lands of Minnesota.
The Paranormal Travelers use high tech gear to record different types of signs of possible awakenings of the spirit world. There they take the findings and go to their research lab and break it down. They are hoping to help Joc O Sot relieve his pain.
Faith Kovers' ancestors helped build the cemetery and she's seeking answers from her family members.
"You never know what you are going to encounter. It could be somebody buried here or someone passing through. I am actually hoping to contact family members," said Kover.
They should have some questions answered with their findings by the end of October.
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