Ever Seen a Ghost?

Spirit hunters like Lisa Olive prowl local historic sites, searching for haunted souls

Lisa Olive of the Fort Worth Ghost Group explores cemeteries toting a digital camera and tape recorder. Among local ghost trackers, she's known for her recordings of what believers say are the voices of ghosts.
Brian Harkin
Lisa Olive of the Fort Worth Ghost Group explores cemeteries toting a digital camera and tape recorder. Among local ghost trackers, she's known for her recordings of what believers say are the voices of ghosts.
Dawn Marshall recently started the Dallas ghost tracking group, one of an array of local ghost groups that, spurred by the Internet and popular television shows such as Medium, have proliferated in recent years.
Dawn Marshall recently started the Dallas ghost tracking group, one of an array of local ghost groups that, spurred by the Internet and popular television shows such as Medium, have proliferated in recent years.

When I tell Olive I feel weird walking in cemeteries, she nods. "I guess it just depends if you're comfortable. Me, if I have a lot of heavy feelings to go through, I walk through a cemetery and read the names on the stones and it calms me," she says. "If you think of how many people have lived on this earth, there's probably not a place where someone or something isn't buried." That may be true. But me, I'd rather hang out with the living.

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