Child Apparition at ‘Prosperity School’ B&B
Weird video I came across today. It’s supposed to show the spirit of a child caught in a surveillance camera. The camera operator asked the spirit to appear and what you see are faint shadows in the background. I don’t really put too much effort in analyzing these types of videos since they are a dime a dozen. People nowadays have all the technology disposable to them to make a 20 second video and submit is as proof.
Given that the video is owned by someone associated with “Prosperity School B&B” it raises other questions. Bed & Breakfast places are sought after by people wanting to get out of the city life and relax. Now with the “paranormal fever” everywhere on TV and movies, one can deduce that more and more B&B places are starting to market their hauntings.
Even if there is no tangible evidence, even if it’s rumored that a B&B might be haunted, it’s still very good publicity for the owners of the B&B.
The video in question is not at all convincing, but it is making it’s round through the web. I leave it up to you.
History of Prosperity School Bed and Breakfast
Prosperity, MO, once a thriving mining town, lived up to its name from 1902 until about 1917. The
population went from 1,500 in 1899 to more than 5,000 during the mining boom years.
In 1907 the two-story
Prosperity School was built in the heart of the Tri-state mining district, which had churches, saloons,
general stores, hotels, and now a fine, large school of red brick and Carthage stone.
Very active site filled with many spirits. Some are even children!
After asking the spirits to appear I got this on my camcorder. I was blown away. We have this slowed down so you can see the lttle guy better!
Prosperity School B&B
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