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Paranormal Researchers Catch Earthquake On Camera

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OKLAHOMA CITY – A group of paranormal researchers don't catch a ghost on tape, but their cameras were rolling when the earthquake started shaking Oklahoma.

Tim Doyon, Director of the FindersCreepers Paranormal Research Team of Central Oklahoma, and his team were conducting a haunting investigation of the El Alex Mexican Restaurant on South Robinson Saturday night.  When the earthquake started shaking Oklahoma the investigators were out of the building, however their DVR system was recording video in the upstairs area of the building.

They were able to capture some interesting footage of the building shaking on a couple of different cameras. Doyon shared his video with News 9, stating "The earthquake was amazing not only in its intensity, but in how long it lasted as well."

To watch their video click the links below:

FindersCreepers Video 1

FindersCreepers Video 2

The strongest quake in the state's history, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake, struck at 10:53 p.m. Saturday. It could be felt throughout the state and in Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, northern Texas and some parts of Illinois and Wisconsin, said geophysicist Jessica Turner at the U.S. Geological Survey.  Since that time, 13 tremors measuring from 2.7 to 4.0 are listed on the U.S. Geological Survey.

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Researchers with the Oklahoma Geological Survey report that the earthquakes have occurred on the Wilzetta fault, also known as the Seminole uplift. They are now referring to Saturday morning's 4.7 magnitude earthquake as a foreshock.

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