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You may recognize our Team by the name ​​​​​​​
Northeastern Paranormal Association (NEPA)
- that is still Us! 

There is another TAPS Family Member in 
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania named NEPA Paranormal 
so we do business as

Susquehanna Investigators of Paranormal Activity (SIPA)
We do not want anyone to confuse our fabulous Teams!
October 26th
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on October 19th!


Eagle Fire Company No. 1
​Mt. Wolf, PA
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Spectral evidence in the cellar at The Accomac Inn 
September 2017 investigation
The Accomac Inn
The above photograph was taken during the March 11, 2017, investigation in Centralia, PA.
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After the investigation at St. Ignatius Cemetery, our research led us to the discovery of a little boy named Robert Matzura who lived for 2.5 months (this, we believe, is "Robert"). His issue with David must have been because David lived and was still a boy.

Later in the investigation at the graveyard, there was an S name - this, we believe, was Stephen, Robert's father. He died 2 months after Robert in a car accident.
Stephen Matzura "Find A Grave"
Robert's Father
December 24, 1917 - June 18, 1947
Robert Matzura "Find A Grave"
February 15, 1947 - April 30, 1947
Centralia, PA
September  25, 2016

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church is a Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church located on North Paxton Street in Centralia, PA.

When you view the Live Feed, you will meet a Nun.  Apparently, the Nun was truly guarding the children, but she was willing to talk to our Team.

Later, when the NEPA Team completed some research, we discovered that, according to church history:

"The parish was very progressive. During the pastorate of Reverend A. Ulanycki on August 17, a meeting was held to discuss establishing a day school. There is a note in the minutes of that meeting that there never was a meeting so active and quiet as this. There was great interest in the project and a building was bought for a school for $3,200.00. Furnishings and paintings cost another $3,685.00 all in all $6,885.00. Sisters lived in the parish home on Railroad Street. The children were taking instructions in the new hall for a time. Later instructions were given in the school building. The first graduation took place during the pastorate of Reverend Paul Greskiw. In spite of the fact that the parish school was making progress, it was closed during the pastorate of Reverand Nicholas Lizak, because of the lack of Sisters. At the present time Sisters conduct School during the summer month only."