Resident Entity Becomes Very Protective of Restaurant | Kindred Spirits | Travel Channel

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A catastrophic flood consumed the riverside town of Derby, Connecticut in 1955. Debris and corpses flowed through the town leaving survivors to sift through victim’s remains. According to local legend, caskets were stored in the basement of a local building that’s now been converted into a restaurant. Now paranormal investigators Amy Bruni and Adam Berry research claims that a powerful poltergeist haunts the building, attacks employees and scares off customers. Are former flood victims lashing out? Or is there a more sinister explanation?

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