Ghost­busters hit the Grand Ho­tel

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DUST was at­tracted to other build­ings and lo­ca­tions in and around Childers.

Mr Bur­den said he would like to thank The Grand Ho­tel for the op­por­tu­nity to in­ves­ti­gate the sight­ing.

“Thanks to Greg, the ho­tel man­ager of the Grand, for kindly giv­ing the team ac­cess to the ho­tel and (we) would like the op­por­tu­nity to do fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tions in the near fu­ture,” he said.

“The Grand Ho­tel staff were very kind, wel­com­ing and the meals were per­fect and we thank ev­ery­one for their as­sis­tance,” he said.

The Ap­ple Tree Creek Me­mo­rial Hall had a lot of supernatural hap­pen­ings and the team were grate­ful to be given ac­cess.

“Thanks to Sharon Gan­der for giv­ing the team ac­cess to the hall,” Mr Bur­den said.

Mr Bur­den said they would like to come back to Childers to do fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tions and would like to get ac­cess to other build­ings in Childers.

The team had a sense of a young man in his 20s fall­ing from a gang­plank or sim­i­lar and dy­ing later of his in­juries.

Mr Bur­den said they planned to come back to Childers and would like to get ac­cess to the den­tist and The Paragon and the Dol­lar and Sense store in the main street.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, go to dow­nun­der­spirit­team.com.au.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

THE GRAND: DUST

in­ves­ti­gates its ghostly res­i­dents.

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