Real Ghost story, the Entity told by lead paranormal investigator Barry Taft. The San Pedro Haunting (also known as The Jackie Hernandez’s Case) was a very frightening poltergeist case that occurred in late summer 1989 in San Pedro, Los Angeles, California. A woman named Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Hernandez claimed that she and her two kids Jamie and Samantha were besieged by an unseen force in theirs house that manifested itself in form of disembodied head, black shadows, moving objects, strange smells and flying orbs. The haunting started in November 17, 1988 as soon as Jackie moved to San Pedro and increased in crescendo as the months went by until it reached its violent peak in August 1989 and with an attempt on a man’s life in September 4, 1989. From October 1989 until 1993, the haunting continued even when Jackie finally decided to leave her bungalow with her two small children to a new home in Weldon, California. However, the evil spirit did not seem to give up on her as it “followed” Jackie to her new trailer. The events were extensively documented by the Emmy-Award cinematographer Barry Conrad assisted by the famous parapsychologist in the field of paranormal, Dr. Barry E. Taff PhD. “The San Pedro Haunting” made it right into the hands of local media and soon gained it’s “haunting momentum” and became the greatest supernatural case ever recorded on television and shown to the wider audience as an evidence that ghosts and demon exist. As of September 2008, it is reported that Jackie’s former bungalow is still being haunted as neighbors registered eerie activities happening around the house.
About Dr. Barry Taff
Dr. Barry Taff earned his doctorate in psychophysiology with a minor in biomedical engineering from UCLA. He holds six medical patents. From 1969 through 1978 he worked out of the former parapsychology laboratory at UCLA’s Neuropsychiatric Institute as a research associate where he studied telepathy, precognition, and remote viewing as well as poltergeists, doppelgangers and UFOs. Dr. Taff’s research has been published in numerous journals, periodicals, magazines and books over the last 25 years. He has been the principal investigator on more than 3,500 cases of poltergeists and hauntings, one of which became the bestselling book and motion picture, ‘The Entity.’