In June 2005 David Childers and Steven Ellis founded GHX or Ghost Hunters Xtreme. On a hot summer night the two guys and a group of 6 decided they wanted to try out this paranorm
al kick that was going around. So they loaded up in a green Astro Van and headed to a local cemetary armed with nothing but 3 recorders, an IR camera, 3 flashlights, and a digital camera.When the group arrived at the abandoned, grown-up cemetary they noticed a thickness in the air and the creepiness of the moss hanging from the willow tree as the light of the full moon reflected off of it. After about 3 hours of multiple questions and picture taking, the group decided to head home and go over the evidence. After an hour of listening to the recorders we came across a woman's voice responding to this question: "Did you die in anguish?" The response was "No!" Now keep in mind there was not one single female with us on this particular evening. This was a Class A evp!!!! This sent chills up our spines and from then on we were hooked. Over the next 4 years we have investigated numerous homes, cemetaries, and local area landmarks. These include: Linden Plantation, McRaven, Duff Green Mansion, an old civil war hospital, The Mcnutt House with (Patrick Burns from TRU TV'S Haunting Evidence and Travel Channels Paranormal Challage, Mansfield Reformitory, Parkview Hospital, River Chicks, Futrell House, Khun Hospital, and so on.
In 2009 the group began to fall out of touch with one another. David decided to change the name and move investigating the paranormal to the next level. This is when he met Jennifer Lacey of T.S.P.R.I. Vermont. The Mississippi Chapter of Truthseekers Paranormal Research and Investigation was born. Over the next few years, T.S.P.R.I. Mississippi Chapter has investigated with some great groups such as SPARS, MPS,Shadowseekers, MSSPI, Smoke and Mirrors, and many more. We have had some great investigations and tons of evidence. We also enjoy interacting with our community by way of charity events, parades, and volunteer work. The group has come a long way over the years and we are looking forward to the future. The future of investigating new places with new teams.