V.I.T.R.I.O.L. Free Mason symbolism found in ‘Ghost Mine’

If you are anything like I am, and I’m pretty sure you are, you may be having a difficult time wrapping your mind around the goings on at the old Crescent Mine on “Ghost Mine”. Not only does the crew find startling new evidence with every episode (something Patrick Doyle used as his basis for claiming paranormal reality shows were 100 % fake before he joined the cast of “Ghost Mine”), they seem to be leading up to claims the paranormal activity in the mine was caused by the Free Masons – but that’s nothing new. They have cleverly weaved comments about the Masons into the show from the beginning.

After last week’s discovery of an old scythe handle and some broken glass, and this week’s revelation of the seeming letters “VI” on the wall – which of course, could only be seen under a black light (Since when do paranormal investigators use black lights in their investigations, anyway?) – the team miraculously ties them to Masonic Rituals they believe were performed in the ballroom of the abandoned Crescent Mine.

You can read more about that in ‘V.I.T.R.I.O.L. Free Mason symbolism found in ‘Ghost Mine, but before you go, you might want to check out the image of the skull found in the background of last week’s show. Patrick, by the way, claims they were aware of the skull, but that it was cut from the show – which leads to my article ‘Ghost Mine’ discovers ties to Free Masons, but clues don’t add up. If you are finding this all a little confusing, that’s because it is.

But, I’d love to hear your take on it all.

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