by Karen Frazier, Managing Editor
Paranormal Underground Magazine
It is with great sadness that we are announcing the end of the Ghost Knight Media documentary, Avalanche of Spirits: The Ghosts of Wellington. At this time, we feel that we are unable to tell the story of Wellington, the ghosts there and the people who investigate there with the integrity and sensitivity that the story deserves.
We appreciate all of you who supported us, all of you who offered us information, and all of you who put in your time and energy to this project. We would especially like to thank Bert and Jayme Coates of NWPIA as well as their entire team, Stephen Johnston, Jacque and Tony Scappini of Left Coast Paranormal, and independent investigator Medea Aguiar-Light. You all have been a valued and integral part of what it was we were trying to do. On a more personal level, I would like to thank my husband, Jim and my children, Kevin and Tanner, who have been 100% supportive of what I’ve tried to do. I’d also like to thank my partners Cheryl and Chad and my good friends Melissa Watts and Budd Lewis. You have been behind me 100% and have come through for me in ways that are so far above and beyond the call of friendship that it has been an amazing gift.
The story of Wellington is one that deserves to be told, as is the story of NWPIA’s discovery and ongoing investigation there. We have come to love and respect Wellington and the ghosts that are there. I wish that we could tell their story, but I no longer feel that this documentary is the way to do it.
If you visit Wellington, please respect it. It is a beautiful and peaceful place. The spirits there deserve only respect and care. Please respect not only the pristine beauty of the area, but also use care with the spirits there. They are very much real, and they do have feelings that can be hurt. Please don’t provoke or abuse them. This is their home, and they deserve for it to be a peaceful one.
Thank you all. You deserve to hear the story of Wellington. My only wish is that, when it is finally told, it is told by someone who can honor it for what it is.