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'Ghostbuster' team set up to find ghouls in the area
A TEAM of 'ghostbusters' are coming to an area near you to seek out ghosts and spirits in the High Wycombe area.
Ana Blunt is part of a paranormal investigation team which aims to serve the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire region.
As part of a small team including her fiancé, Nick Luty, and founder, Chris Smith, they want to investigate the paranormal world and find out what ghosts and ghouls are lurking in the area.
Ana, 25, works at The General Havelock in Loudwater but pursues this side of things as a hobby.
She said she has always been in touch with the spirit world.
Ana said: "I have had weird things happen to me since I was three or four years old. My family caught me talking to somebody.
"When I lived with my grandparents I saw a woman in the garden. Everyone who visits or works in the house- everybody sees her at least once.
"She is just a woman in black. It seems likes she is vetting people.
"I have had various things happening to me throughout the years."
And her fiancé has also had strange things happening to him.
When they started going out they did not realise they had this in common but it later emerged that Nick has a little spirit girl following him around.
Sometimes, Ana said, the girl stays behind at her flat in West Wycombe after Nick has stayed for the weekend thinking he is going to come back.
So far the trio have been to the Hell Fire Caves to investigate, and the Dashwood Mausoleum and St Lawrence's Church.
She said as they walked into the caves they all heard a woman moaning and laughing.
They took photos and also took recordings on an Electronic Voice Phenomena, which she said picks up ghostly noises which humans can't always hear.
She said in some of the pictures there are strange white orbs and mist.
They were there for three to fours hours and were filmed for BBC Three Counties.
Ana said: "It is a passion for us. We will love to do it. It is our hobby at the end of the day."
They are willing to help people who are worried about ghosts in their homes or at work.
They don't expect payment but she said a gift will help towards the upkeep of the equipment and sometimes they may need help towards petrol costs.
She said: "Some people are quite open. Some are a bit sceptical. If you haven't ever experienced anything- then people may want to take the mickey. A couple of guys at work call me a ghostbuster and it just makes me laugh."
To find out more go to www.ghostquests.co.uk