When I got home from my adventure at the Georgetown Steam Plant I quickly looked at my 180 plus photos. I discovered some disturbing things that I cannot explain except that they are paranormal. The one that really caught my eye was where a heap of electrical cable was piled. The last photo in the series is a glow and I have no explanation for this.
Let me set the stage for this. I had already walked around the big boiler room area. That area as you can see from the other posts was large, creepy and a step into the past. As I turned the corner back at the entrance end I saw this pile of cable. Not sure why I was so fascinated by this ugly pile but here is the series of photos I took.
In this next fourth photo where did the glow come from? This room has limited light and no way is this from an outside source or my camera. I had the flash turned off and you can check the photo properties if you like. I almost thought it was my shaking the camera but look at how clear the cable looks.
Next set of photos that had something creepy going on is a set of boiler doors. These two doors are right across from the cable. Coincidence?
At first I thought again this was just a bad photo moment. However, with no flash used and the bands of light coming from the door it makes me wonder… is this a spirit or a poltergeist living in the boiler room?
The last example I have is not as obvious but has a higher creepy factor. It is when I went back down those enclosed cement stairs that reminded me of Alcatraz. By accident I took a picture of the stairs with my feet in the picture. I don’t like to get my shadow or body in pictures. No selfies for me.
Neither of these two pictures used a flash but in the one with my feet it has a glow or some unexplained aura. Yes it was right at my feet. Glad I was holding onto the railing. Remember my fear of heights in earlier posts. That was a good thing I hung on huh?
I could not find much on the Steam Plant being haunted. The one thing I did find was the Georgetown Halloween walk from a prior year mentioned that the building might have a poltergeist. That would explain the glowing lights on the cable and boiler door. However, the glow in the stairs were more like a spirit due to the temperature and bad vibe I had.
What do you think? Not sure we will ever really know but this world has lots of things we can’t explain.
Want more of the Georgetown Steam Plant? Go to my master post on this subject for the other topics around this historic place.