A house in the US is the subject of a new podcast by UpCast, a startup that’s trying to help people find ghostly places and objects.
The podcast, “Haunted House,” has taken listeners on a journey through the halls of a house on New Jersey’s Atlantic coast.
The house was once owned by a man named Joseph Harkins, who died in 2013, and is haunted today by a series of ghostly apparitions.
The episode focuses on a “ghost house” in the home that houses a dollhouse and an antique doll house.
The ghost house is the site of several disturbing incidents, including a child being stabbed by a dog and a woman being strangled by a cat.
In an effort to combat the paranormal, Harkin’s widow, Linda, is trying to get her house to be haunted, according to UpCast.
The show takes listeners on this journey through a haunted house, the house that she owns and her personal life.
Linda Harklins, who owned the house before she died, is also a ghostbuster.
The series “Haunted house” explores the haunting of a haunted property.
UpCast is a company that aims to make finding paranormal objects easier and more fun.
They are currently testing a new technology that can “dispose” ghostly objects, like dolls, that are not part of the household, but the owners need to be willing to dispose of them.
Upcast is trying out a method of disposing of haunted objects.
If a house is already a ghostly haunt, UpCast will “disposes” that house.
If you’ve ever found a haunted home, you probably know the pain of having to take your own house down to the landfill, Upcast said.
That’s why UpCast created a ghost tracking app to help with the process.
UpUpCast partnered with the New Jersey State Department of Transportation (NJST), the New York City Department of Health (NYCDOH), the Jersey City Police Department (JCPD), the US Forest Service (USFS), the NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
UpCast partnered up with the NYSDOT to test a new method of ghost disposal.
If the house is owned by someone you know, you can find it through UpCast and it will automatically go to the state for disposal.
You just need to know the owner and how to call them, and if they call, they’ll give you an email address that can send you an automated phone call.
So, if you’ve lived in a haunted place, you’ll know when a ghost is in the house, and you can call them to say you need to go inside.
The process is similar to what you would do if you lived in the real estate market, UpT is using technology to detect and dispose of objects that have been found in homes.
UpT said the system has been tested in New York, and it has successfully completed testing for two locations, including the Hudson River Valley.
The company is working with several states to test the system in other places, including Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Illinois.
The technology is not only good for finding ghosts in the wrong place, but also for the homeowner to find out how to dispose them properly.
The real estate and business world is still full of haunted places.
There are so many creepy things going on in our homes, and we need to find them before they take over the world.
UpBeat says there are about 10 million haunted properties in the United States.
“There are so much ghostly stories around,” UpCast co-founder and CEO John Poulson told Business Insider.
“I think that the people that want to find these things are the ones that are the most motivated to get the information out.
It’s the way they see the world.”
Poulsen is not a lawyer or paranormal expert.
He is just an avid hunter, but says the “ghost hunters” are “frightened people.”
“I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone out in the woods to look for ghosts, but I have to say that the majority of the time I was terrified,” Poulsons said.
“So, I think the fact that people are able to find the information that’s out there, it gives people a greater understanding of what’s going on.”
UpCast has a lot of other things to do as well, like researching haunted places around the world and bringing them to life.
They want to help everyone, including ghost hunters, find ghost haunted places, because they want to show the world that ghost hunting is still fun, Poulsson said.