Naturalists and other employees of the Deering Estate work together with members from the League of Paranormal Investigators to try and communicate with any paranormal activity that may exist on the historic grounds of the Palmetto Bay mansion. Pictured from left, investigator-in-training Bea Henington and investigator Pam Regula take temperature and electro-magnetic frequency readings of the estate's rooms.
Naturalists and other employees of the Deering Estate work together with members from the League of Paranormal Investigators to try and communicate with any paranormal activity that may exist on the historic grounds of the Palmetto Bay mansion. Pictured from left, investigator-in-training Bea Henington and investigator Pam Regula take temperature and electro-magnetic frequency readings of the estate's rooms. Allison Diaz / For the Miami Her Allison Diaz / For the Miami Her
Naturalists and other employees of the Deering Estate work together with members from the League of Paranormal Investigators to try and communicate with any paranormal activity that may exist on the historic grounds of the Palmetto Bay mansion. Pictured from left, investigator-in-training Bea Henington and investigator Pam Regula take temperature and electro-magnetic frequency readings of the estate's rooms. Allison Diaz / For the Miami Her Allison Diaz / For the Miami Her

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