Eerie feelings and faint silhouettes haunt the workers of Blues Cafe. Multiple workers have found themselves in a state of unease after sighting an apparition. Chef, Joe Cumberland says he was alone one morning when he heard a loud bang.
"We hear that all the time so I didn't think anything of it. I walked out and the water was running in the sink. That was a little strange. I hadn't turned it on that morning. I walked over there to cut it off came back. I sat a bowl down on a table and looked to the door of the kitchen. There was a figure there about 6 ft. It had a little pot belly. I saw it for three or four seconds," says Cumberland.
Cumberland says he thought it was coworker but then found he was the only one in the building. He then heard the pitter patter of footsteps making its way across the upstairs floor.
"I got freaked out. I went and got a chair and I sat at the front door for 15 minutes. Finally, when I went back in the kitchen I just felt like someone was watching me," says Cumberland.
After multiple sighting, Blues Cafe did some research and found the believed ghost may be a man named, James Grady White. White had been convicted of murder in 1940. He was sentenced to a public death. White was electrocuted in the street near Blues Cafe.
After putting the pieces together Blues Cafe called Southern Paranormal to investigate.
Doyle Goss with Southern Paranormal says White could very possibly be the man workers are seeing.
"From what we gathered this weekend it very possibly could be. Darren actually called out the name James Grady White and got a respond back of 'yeah' right after this like an acknowledgement he was in the building.
Goss says his crew heard a number of unexplained crashes and voices all through out the cafe.