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Yokota Ghost Hunter Club members share their paranormal experiences at US airbase in Japan | Stars & Stripes

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Yokota Ghost Hunter Club has more than 900 Facebook members who share their personal experiences and evidence of the spiritual realm. The club started when founder Alicia Adachi, found unusual activities in her garden unit, west from Yokota Air Base in 2012. It was a series of bizarre events that led her to seek confirmation from others who experienced paranormal activity.

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