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Historic Jordan Springs' spooky side on TV Wednesday

By Sally Voth -- svoth@nvdaily.com

Long thought to be a hotbed of paranormal activity, Historic Jordan Springs in Stephenson will be featured in Wednesday's episode of "Haunted Collectors" on Syfy.

Titled "Haunted Villa/Spirit Springs," the show airs at 9 p.m., according to Syfy's website.

Haunted Collector features John Zaffis -- described as a paranormal researcher and demonologist -- and his team investigating objects that are possibly haunted, according to its website. These could be paintings, guns, jewelry or dolls, it says.

The items are later displayed in the John Zaffis Paranormal Museum, according to the site.
Historic Jordan Springs, which is an events and cultural center, has been featured on paranormal shows before.

It was on Biography Channel's "My Ghost Story" last December, according to Jordan Springs' website.

A documentary DVD, "The Haunts of Historic Jordan Springs," is for sale at the resort's gift shop.

According to the website, Shenandoah Shadows chief investigator John Rossi is the director of paranormal events at the site, and leads paranormal tours and overnight paranormal investigation tours.

Rossi is quoted on the site as saying some psychics believe Jordan Springs is a portal, and among the spirits who have been contacted are American Indians, Civil War soldiers and nurses, and various people from different times. The ghost of a little girl is said to play in the attic.

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