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Is this building haunted?
UFO Digest posted an article today about the old cigar factory in Tampa Florida where Enigmatic Anomalies has their offices and studio. Considering the history of the building, and the fact that a paranormal investigation and production company has their studio here, that would be a good thing. Where they reading our minds and posted it on the day they would interview Tim Fasano in studio? Strange things are going on.

Paranormal investigation team in the old cigar factory
A. Santaella & Co. Cigar Factory sits on Armenia ave in the old West Tampa area. This part of Tampa was the neighborhood to generations of immigrant workers in the cigar factories of Tampa. They rolled the cigars by hand. It was a labor intensive business that employed thousands who made the finest cigars in the world. Many visiting celebrities, such as Babe Ruth, would come to the A. Santaella & Co. Cigar Factory to buy their cigars.
George of E.A.R.S
The building was closed for decades after Fidel Castro took power and the tobacco was no longer imported to Tampa. Many people were put out of work and that may have created negative energy.

It is rumored the building is haunted. Ghost hunters have investigated this building, and one even recorded an EVP. That is an Electronic Voice Phenomena that many believe could be the voice of the dead.

Enigmatic Anomalies has their studio and offices in this building. When they were doing a promo for the upcoming possible TV series on paranormal they recorded someones voice that was not in the room at the time. They have put the video up on YouTube.

They have plans on developing and producing many shows on paranormal topics. They take an open mind and try to debunk when possible. They are hard working guys that currently work for a major cable TV channel. This is a project they started with the idea of starting their own business. Why not? Paranormal TV is hot right now. They ratings on cable are off the chart. Just look at the success that Finding Bigfoot is having.


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