"I'm firmly convinced this house is absolutely haunted," said the Witch King of Salem, also known as Eric Fraize, a self-described warlock and "one of the highest-priced psychics on eBay."
Fraize suggested the Witch House to Spirit Finders as a likely hunting ground. Even the tenuous connection to the witch trials could mean restless souls still roam the place, he said, then, there was the exorcist who said the spirits of the witches followed him after he visited.
"Any 370-year-old house is bound to have generational memories," said Fraize, dressed in black and framed by the odd array of items on his mantel: skulls, statuettes of demons, a dagger, an oath to Satan signed in his blood, and a portrait of his deceased mother.
Indeed. A "witch" who signs an oath to Satan, and whose qualifications to talk about hauntings are that he prostitutes himself on eBay. Well, I suppose that's about as much qualification as one needs to talk about made-up fantasies.
Do they expect to find anything?
Fraize plans to accompany Spirit Finders to the Witch House, which the ghost hunters say they will investigate without charge. Andrews says that they've recorded electronic voice phenomena - that's "ghosts talking," to you and me - in other buildings. But Fraize is not promising that they'll find anything.
"If the ghost doesn't want to present itself, it won't," quoth the Witch King. "That doesn't mean it's not there."
In other words, if they find anything, the house is haunted. If they don't, the house is still haunted. Way to achieve falsifiability, there.