Revisiting the Johnson Haunt Case

Throughout his extensive career, the late William G. Roll (the PRF's first research director) had carried out a number of field investigations at various locations which were alleged to be haunted. By his own account, one of the most extreme haunt cases that he came across was the well-known Johnson case (also known early on as the King case), involving a family who reportedly experienced a range of haunt-related phenomena occurring in the home and small vacant motel property that they'd purchased and moved into in 1987. Among the phenomena being reported were slamming doors, phantom sounds mimicking human activity, pleasant and foul smells, cold spots, apparitions, and objects seeming to my

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