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GHOST Crime Tours searched for paranormal activity at the Cornucopia Hotel, Wallaroo, recently.
Paranormal investigator David Hogg said the team is still reviewing camera footage; however, he believed electronic voice phenomenon had been detected.
"From the stories we were told from the ladies who worked there, we judged the best spots to set up for the night," Mr Hogg said.
"I was doing a solo session in one of the bedrooms, where the ladies tell us there is always some activity, and I recorded a very clear disembodied voice on audio."
Mr Hogg joined fellow paranormal investigators Darren Bacchus and Allen Tiller, and his wife Karen, from the television show Haunting Australia.
"Unfortunately you get some quiet nights when investigating and this one was a little on the quiet side but we still have heard enough to believe there's a definite presence in the hotel," Mr Hogg said.
The investigators use their gut feelings as well as various cameras, electromagnetic field detectors and audio equipment to search for the paranormal.
Mr Hogg said he had heard stories about the Cornucopia Hotel for many years.
"Originally Darren and I attended a local ghost tour in the area which sparked our interest in the ghosts of Wallaroo," David said.
"Anywhere where we have heard there may be a ghost story involved will always make us want to come and see for ourselves and investigate."
This was the first official investigation on Yorke Peninsula for Ghost Crime Tours; however, the crew is aware of more local areas with reports of ghosts.
"There is a lot more for us to do on Yorke Peninsula and we can't wait to come back," Mr Hogg said.
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