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The purpose of this Group is to gather many different people that all have the same question, IS THERE LIFE AFTER DEATH AND CAN WE COMMUNICATE WITH THEM? We at N.E.I. are in search of the truth. We are looking for people that want the same. From newbies to experienced Paranormal Investigators to Psychics to Spiritualists and EVP Specialists all are welcome but most of all we must be respectful investigators. We will be meeting atleast once per month for Day and Night investigations and once per month to socialize and talk about our findings and get to know eachother on a more personal level. There is no group fees or dues there may be occasional fee to investigate certain sites which is dictated by the land owners. Members must be 18+ to join.

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Morris-Jumel Mansion
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Morris-Jumel Mansion


It’s true! General Washington used Morris-Jumel Mansion (MJM) as his headquarters during the fall of 1776. It was during this period that the General’s troops forced a British retreat at the Revolutionary War Battle of Harlem Heights The house was built eleven years before the revolution, in 1765, by British Colonel Roger Morris and his American wife, Mary Philipse. The breezy hilltop location proved an ideal location for the family’s summer home. Known as Mount Morris, this northern Manhattan estate stretched from the Harlem to the Hudson Rivers and covered more than 130 acres. Because they were loyal to the crown, the Morrises were eventually forced to return to England. During the war, the hilltop location of the Mansion was valued for more than its cool summer breezes. With views of the Harlem River, the Bronx, and Long Island Sound to the east, New York City and the harbor to the south, and the Hudson River and Jersey Palisades to the west, Mount Morris proved to be a strategic military headquarters. Shortly after the Battle of Harlem Heights, Washington and his troops left the Mansion and, for a time, it was occupied by British and Hessian forces. President Washington returned to the Mansion on July 10, 1790, and dined with members of his cabinet. Guests at the table included two future Presidents of the United States: Vice President John Adams and Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson. Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton and Secretary of War Henry Knox also attended. This will be a guided tour of the Mansion and the surrounding property. There is a $12 fee to the property owners. All attendees must pre pay in order to attend. All rsvp will be final and non refundable. I didn't set a date yet till I speak with the property owners and line up a date and time. I am aiming for the date April 28th 2013. ONLY 10 EntityChasers may attend.

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