Clarkson Ghostbuster Shane Rogers Goes Viral

That scrubbing noise you hear is the sound of millions of homeowners cleaning floors, walls, curtains and furniture to rid their abodes of ghosts, apparitions, demons, poltergeists and random phantasms. Thank Clarkson environmental engineering professor Shane Rogers whose theory on the real cause of hauntings has grabbed the world’s imagination.

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Clarkson University Undergrads Research Link Between Hauntings & Indoor Air Quality

Shane Rogers, Clarkson Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and ghost story fan, is working with a group of undergraduate students to measure air quality in several reportedly haunted places around the North Country, including the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, N.Y. By comparing these samples to samples from places with no reported hauntings, the researchers hope to identify factors unique to this and other haunted locations.

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