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from your 24 hour news source, this is ??? . exploring the unearthly. one cedar rapids man is making the paranormal his profession. get them before they're gone. an area halloween store shares this year's most popular costumes. separated for almost a month. a cedar rapids boy impacted by autism is back together with his service dog. good monday morning! it's 4:30 on october city cam. first, meteorologis t kaj o'mara has your first alert forecast, kaj... plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see
in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average. today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 hi: 67 tonight: rtly cloudy.i:w 10-20 w: 57 tom e night. wind:e 5-10. low:thank flickering on their own, and strange sounds are all things you'd expect on halloween. but some people say they experience those types of occurences on a daily basis, in their home. kcrg-tv9's brea love joins us now. brea, there are people who are looking into the science of people's otherworldly experiences? chris and nicole, they call themselves paranormal investigators. they've made it their mission to search for the supernatural and to separate
"45:40someone's in there. i could literally hear music from laying right here. my bed was right here. i could literally hear music." marissa villhauer and her mother cindy moved into this apartment more than ten years ago. and ever since they've heard music. but there's no radio on, and the music definitely isn't coming from them. they tracked it to this door, which leads to a back apartment. but the door is sealed shut. "38:37i would hear radios at night and stuff, so i told the going on back there.. he's like nah nah, and i said no really." so, they checked it out. no one was back there, there's not even electricity in that room. the music, lamps falling over, and unexplained knocking... all drove villhauer to reach out to scott johnston and cedar rapids paranormal. the team investigates hauntings all across eastern iowa... searching for proof of the paranormal. while the team believes in ghosts, their free investigations aren't out to prove they exist. "54:24we're not here to actucally hunt for spirits, we're here to get answers and validation for clients who contact us with real issues." it
and his team spend a lot of time listening, walking the home, and trying to communicate with a wide variety of equipment. "56:30whether it was footsteps, slamming doors, things moving, voices, i wanted to have something in our kit to be able to pull out and say okay we have something to document this, we have something scientific no matter what it is." that means electromagne tic field detectors, night vision cameras, motion detectors, voice recorders, and they're favorite the sls camera. "59:47if it senses anything in the atmosphere as it bends around a 3d grid that it interprets as a human form, it will map it as a really amazing validating captures on that." johnston showed me how the camera works in action. "19:55watch right up here.." this video is from a home in reinbeck. the camera is set up in the living room. you can see a stuffed bear laced with sensors sitting on the couch. that bear is used to communicate with the paranormal, it talk when something gets near it. if you look near the top of the couch, you will see a figure appear. you can see its
asks the anomaly to touch the bear. shortly, it turns toward it. moves down near it. touches it, and vanishes. johnston said this is one of the more rare cases a client has contacted him about. "4:16she said that they're little girl was getting up in the middle of the night and clawing at the plaster in her room. she said that she was being told by two evil little kid spirits to do this." the family had the child psychiatrically evaluated, and she passed. after ruling that out, they took the case. this is another video from that home. here's johnston sitting in the master bedroom, and here's a camera sitting outside the door. when you place them side by side, you can see what happens in real time. johnston said these doors were latched.. and suddenly s us, homeowners and businesses they believe that what they're experiencing is very very real. the experiences they are having are real to them in terms of how it affects them. its affecting their lives, its affecting their children, its affecting their family lives, their sleep." johnston says he understands why others wouldn't believe, but he asks them to consider one thing. "11:26would we go through the trouble of going to a client's location, sometimes driving four to six hour round trips, motel rooms, gas, all this equipment, setting it up,
evidence review, coming back for reveals, coming back for cleansings charging no fee, would we really do that to only play those clips to say here's this ghost sound." as for villhauer and her mom, they haven't seen the evidence yet, but she knows one thing is for sure. "42:00brea: so, you think they're ghosts? marissa: yeah, oh yeah they are. they're spirits for sure. ghosts,spirits, yeah oh yeah they're here." so, chris and nicole, whether
trick-or- treating times for communities across eastern iowa. just go to our website, kcrg dot com. americans are expected to spend a record $8.4 billion dollars on halloween costumes and decorations this year. balloons etc. & the costume emporium says this is its busy season. workers say this year, the grinch is the most popular adult costume. in second, is dressing as senior citizens. the shop says the stream of customers in the final weeks this year before halloween is steady. "22:39, " tend to not know what they want to do until the last minute so the last 3 days have been really busy for us." " suprisingly, the store says more political costumes were actually sold last year. a welcome ending to a story we shared with you earlier this month. a cedar rapids boy with autism is back with his service dog, sparky. the golden retriever was in the hospital with a rare bacterial infection. that caused him to lose a toe on one of his paws. sparky usually goes
there, the service dog assists joey with his autism, helping him stay focused in class. "we just like laying down with each other playing ball. and i just like petting him, and he likes when i feed him " the dog has to go through physical therapy to get the strength back in his legs before re- joining joey in the classroom. a dubuque man convicted of killing his daughter wants a new claims his first trial was unfair. his lawyers say prosecution shouldn't have been allowed to present stern's initial statements to police and some crime scene photos. stern is awaiting sentencing for the death of his daughter, kimberly stern. two des moines men are recovering this morning after they were the target of a drive-by shooting. police say it happened early yesterday morning on the north side. officials say a 24-year-old was shot in the face and a flying glass cut the face of a
stable condition. two other men were also in the car. they told police they had just dropped off a woman at her house when a car pulled up and shot at them. police haven't made any arrests. the cubs' bats are awake and ready for the ride back to cleveland in the world series. game 5 from the world series last night at wrigley field. one small step for the cubs. a giant leap for peace of mind -- at least for one day. but right now, here's a look at today's opening farm markets. good morning! it's ---.
middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by
the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet with highs remaining above seasonal average.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther south. the extent of clouds will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures
well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday and friday will be dry and quiet seasonal average.today: mostly cloudy. breezy and mild. wind: sse 15-25 high: 67 tonight: partly cloudy. wind: sw 10-20 low: 57 tomorrow: partly cloudy. wind: n 5-10. high: 72 tom. night: isolated showers late in the night. wind: ne 5-10. low: 59 thanks kaj.
and saturday nights, when the cubs produced only 1 run between the two games. for last night at wrigley field, a must win for chicago in game 5 of the world series. warm on a chilly night... top of the 2nd. no score. jose ramirez smacks a "sure thing home run".,.. to open the scoring. 1-0 cleveland as the cubs' bats were still silent. until the bottom of the 4th. kris bryant turns on this pitch for the cubs -- tying the game at 1... part of a big inning for chicago. anthony rizzo hit a double off the ivy in right... leading to addison russell with a nubber to score rizzo. the cubs scored 3 in the inning to lead
chicago handed the game to aroldis chapman and the cubs' closer struck out 4 cleveland hitters in 2.2 innings -- 42 pitches, that's a lot for a reliever in 2016... but he saves the day for chicago. cubs win 3-2. bill murray is happy. john cusack is happy. nicole agee is happy. ... the last team to erase a 3-1 world series deficit to win games 6 and 7 on the road... the 1979 pittsburgh electric-car maker tesla has unveiled its own line of solar panels. in today's tech bytes, we see the company isn't targeting vehicles. stay with tv9. it's ---. this morning, hillary clinton
issued in the final days of the presidential election. as a-b-c's stephanie ramos reports, the renewed investigation is giving her opponent, donald trump, plenty of attack material. after the fbi dropped that email inquiry bombshell ... hillary clinton was on the campaign trail trying to shake it off. sot clinton: 14:02:37 "there's a lot of noise and distraction but really future we want."over the weekend .... clinton taking on her opponent donald trump. sot clinton lgbt event " it's always donald trump first and everyone else last. " and fbi director james comey. sot clinton: 16:24:50 : some of you may have heard about a letter that the fbi director sent out yesterday that letter sent to lawmakers friday where comey says newly flagged emails were
disgraced former congressman anthony wiener, the estranged husband of clintons top aide huma abedin... weiner is under criminal investigation for allegedly sexting a teen. comey says the emails - which federal agents found weeks ago --- should be looked at to figure out if they contain any classified information relevant to the clinton email probe. comey making the new review public .....even though there is no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton sot clinton : it's pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. gfx1: wnfbiunderfir esunpkg the fbi director this weekend began briefing lawmakers who were demanding more details about the new batch of emails. gfx2: wnfbiunr justice department officials had advised against alerting congress, citing department tradition of not talking about ongoing investigations and not doing anything that would be seen as influencing an election in its final days. sot - wntrumpsunp kg we never thought we were going to say thank you
investigating a fire near a north dakota protesters' camp, close to the dakota access pipeline. investigators say 2 coast guard helicopters were called in to put out the fire early sunday morning. fire crews say the fire burned about 400 acres of private property near the protest camp. there are no injuries or arrests. the fire comes just days after the protesters clashed with police, leading to more than 140 arrests. some of officials cleared one of the protesters' camps. now for a quick check on your weather with meteorologist kaj o'mara. stay with tv9. it's . now, one last look at this
plan on a decent halloween! highs will generally be into the middle to upper 60s, with a few lower 70s also possible farther will be critical to exactly how warm things get today, but we should see our most pleasant temperatures in the early evening hours. this coincides well with trick or treating across the area and both kids and parents need not worry about coats over the costumes this year. tomorrow looks warmer with widespread 70s likely. by wednesday, our next system rolls in from the west and should generate some showers and storms over the area. thursday d friday wi be dry and quietwity oudy. breezy andmildwind: sse 1. gh: 72 tom. night: isolated owe9 abc's kendis gibson and diane cedo have today's
in today's "techbytes," replacing chunky solar panels with roofing tile. >> the tesla ceo showed off the new line of shingles. there are a variety of styles. he demonstrated by reroofing four houses on the old desperate housewives set. >> facebook celebrating halloween with temporary emojis. >> a laughing witch stand frowning frankenstein. but they're retroactive. if you use the wow emoji last week a ghost is in its place. google offers players to pass the time before trick-or-treating starts. >> destroy as many ghosts by drawing a symbol hovering over the ghost's head. if it rains you have something else to do on halloween. >> looks like
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