27 July 2010, JellyBean @ 5:25 pm

Set against a backdrop of dark sky and lightning flashes, the Sigma Nu fraternity house on the Kansas University campus looked ominous early Sunday morning.

The wood floors inside creaked and groaned with the slightest shift in weight.

For the second time in as many years, members of Elite Paranormal of Kansas City searched the house’s various levels for the best place to set up their investigation.

At this time last year, the team was making its first rounds through the building, searching for clues as to why the house was rumored to be haunted.

This weekend, they wanted to search for more evidence that could be researched and possibly verified.

So about midnight Saturday, 12 people sat around a wooden table in Room 201, the same room the team had conducted its main investigation in a year earlier. After cutting the lights, the 12 members sat in near silence — speaking only in hushed tones and whispers — listening to what an untrained ear might perceive as static.

But to the trained ear, the static holds clues — and possibly conversations with those on the other side.

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