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Editor’s note: In keeping with the Halloween spirit, a couple of Los Alamos residents shared their Halloween stories. Albuquerque ghost hunter, Lisa Yorio also shared her supernatural experiences with the Monitor. These stories are meant for entertainment purposes.
What happens after death is a topic that’s been debated with no definitive conclusion. Psychics and ghost hunters travel to haunted places in hopes of making contact with the dead and proving the existence of an afterlife, sometimes broadcasting their experiences in television shows like the Discovery Channel’s, “Ghost Lab” and the Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures.” Albuquerque resident Lisa Yorio is one of those people.
Yorio has been interested in the afterlife and ghosts since she was a child.
“My mom passed away when I was nine years old and I wanted to contact her and prove the existence of the afterlife,” Yorio said. Because of her fascination, Yorio said she got “heavily involved” in doing research and reading about ghosts when she was a teenager, growing up in New York.
About 10 years ago, she started embarking on ghost tours and taking photos of areas said to be haunted.
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