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Jan Klinedinst

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Archaeologist

Dritt Mansion


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www.eveningsun.com

Next, they return after dark, cataloging each bump and disembodied voice like an artifact pulled from the dirt, said Klinedinst, founder of Down to Earth Archaeology .
Eight years ago, she said she developed a sense for the paranormal while working at the Dritt Mansion, a mid-1700s estate in Lower Windsor Township. "I'm thinking outside the box to bring tourism to York, Pennsylvania, rather than everyone running to Gettysburg to go find a ghost," Klinedinst said. "Along with that comes the knowledge and the history. ... You need to show that you did your homework. Find who lived here and talk to them. Find out who that Jan Klinedinst, right, records as Tom Shirey speaks out loud inviting spirits to speak with him or touch him on the top floor of the John Wright Restaurant Thursday. First, Klinedinst researched the site, where a mill was initially constructed in 1788 by Martin Shetter. In an analyzed recording, Klinedinst asks, "Do you live here in the mill?" Klinedinst believes a life energy -- a residual of the events that transpired there --still occupies the space. In the Midst of Ghosts certified Shank's Mare as a "Haunted Heritage" site, a designation Klinedinst created to pinpoint paranormal activity, Klinedinst said. Upon request, she said, the certification -- along with ghostly evidence -- can be entered in a site's file with the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. "The entities are the history," she said. "A lot of times we hear like ... a sensual breathing or moan," Klinedinst said. "I always say it could be someone eating a piece of chocolate cake," joked Klinedinst. That name frequently pops up in electronic voice phenomena, Klinedinst said. "It's like they're standing in front of them saying 'Tom! Tom! I'm here!'" she said, waving her hands. Klinedinst said. Name: Jan Klinedinst Her story: Klinedinst worked as an archaeologist at the Dritt Mansion when she realized her ability to detect the paranormal -- things like cold spots and tugs on single pieces of hair. "The key there, I think, is that you stop and acknowledge that there's something going on that you're not quite sure about," she said.


www.susquehannaheritage.org

Feb 25, 2012 Join Shank's Mare and local resident and archaeologist Jan Klinedinst on a guided hike on the Native Lands Trail portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail.


www.susquehannaheritage.org

Join Shank's Mare and local resident and archaeologist Jan Klinedinst on a guided hike on the Native Lands Trail portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail.
Feb 25, 2012 Join Shank's Mare and local resident and archaeologist Jan Klinedinst on a guided hike on the Native Lands Trail portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail.


www.susquehannaheritage.org [cached]

Historic Wrightsville is holding its 37th annual Olde Towne Night where Jan Klinedinst, local Archaeologist, will speak on the early history of the area, particularly along the Susquehanna River.
Join Shank's Mare and local resident and archaeologist Jan Klinedinst on a guided hike on the Native Lands Trail portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail.


www.susquehannaheritage.org

Join Shank's Mare and local resident and archaeologist Jan Klinedinst on a guided hike on the Native Lands Trail portion of the Mason-Dixon Trail.


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