Mike Carroll has been digging up his basement for years thanks to his encounters with the paranormal. This endeavor may have finally yielded some results. Mike Carroll’s father, George Carroll, disappeared when Mike was only five years old. Since there was no explanation for the disappearance, he and his siblings have made various attempts throughout their lives to figure out what happened. But it was an encounter with paranormal investigators that may have finally shed some light.
Carroll had noticed some strange activity in the family home, which he still lives in. Lights would turn on and off, and a visitor once claimed to see the shadowy figure of a man inside the home. He had been digging in the basement on and off for years in an effort to find evidence of his late father’s whereabouts. But this past June, when these investigators told him that they could still sense his father’s energy in the house, he began looking again in earnest.
This yielded results, and on Tuesday, Mike Carroll and his sons found human remains on the property. They have been sent to a forensic team to examine DNA and dental record evidence to determine whether or not the remains belong to George Carroll, but Mike says that he has a “gut feeling” they do.
Some were shocked.
That's crazy. That town isn't too far away from where I grew up (before moving to Florida in 94).
— Chris Stark (@finding_fl) November 1, 2018
— BethieTrump2020 (@BethieTrump) November 1, 2018
Psychic investigators have entered our national consciousness thanks to shows like Long Island Medium and Hollywood Medium.
But many are still skeptical.
I love Long Island medium even tho I'm a little skeptic myself..
— SamLichay (@SamanthaLichay) September 24, 2012
*watching Long Island medium*
My dad, a skeptic: “it’s really sad she and Larry are on the rocks. They were really good together.” pic.twitter.com/cwqvaaAE6A
— Amanda Leigh (@JeezOhPetePetit) December 23, 2017
I think this Long Island Medium show is real but at the same time I'm a little skeptic.
— Brooke (@BrookeSmoker) October 22, 2012
But some are already believers.
Is it bad that I cry every time I watch Long Island medium
— gpellettieri (@gpellettieri1) October 24, 2018
U know, just up at 1am watching The Long Island medium……crying 😅
— Chris Villain (@Chris_Villain) October 14, 2018
"What are you up to these days?"
"Crying all the time and watching Long Island Medium."
-honest post-grad conversations
— Jenny Jaffe (@jennyjaffe) September 11, 2014
Perhaps now that the body is found, a medium could help get to the bottom of how it happened.