Don't call them "Ghost Busters"
February 28, 2018
Faces in the window, fuzzy glowing orbs, electromagnetic readings, silhouettes and shadows on the wall—these are just some of the things that paranormal investigators might find when they investigate houses.
Richard Flynn lives a quaint life in Goldendale with his wife, sleeps in past 10 a.m., and visits with his kids often. He volunteers with the Klickitat County sheriff’s office in his free time. But most of his time is spent going around to regional residences as a paranormal investigator.
Flynn, 69, and his wife Char, 54, are the co-founders and lead coordinators of Centerstate Paranormal Investigations (CPI), a regional group of six volunteer investigators. The group visits bui...