South Florida is relatively new and most houses are newly built.
Popular belief is that younger homes and buildings have not been around long enough to have a haunted history like those normally found in older cities as in Europe.
This belief is far from true, though.
In South Florida we have enough history to create many paranormal experiences and haunted homes and buildings.
We have experienced the Seminole wars and a fair share of daily life and emotional turmoil which might contribute to the many people calling the League of Paranormal Investigators for help.
The Cooper City investigation was based on this history and emotional turmoil.
The house we investigated was close to one of the known Indian burial grounds still found in South Florida. Also, the client dealt with personal issues, which might have helped stir up the paranormal activity at this location.
During this investigation we found a large amount of paranormal activity but not enough to declare the home haunted.
The most remarkable evidence we found is in the form of EVP’s and paranormal sounds which sounded like a cat meowing and a baby crying.
None of the investigators part of this investigation reported hearing those sounds and there weren’t any animals or children near or at this location.
The client left us also a friendly testimonial.