For the next two weeks the tennis activity will be heating up the courts at the US Tennis Open in Flushing Meadows Park NYC but there seems to be a different type of activity enjoying all the action as well...paranormal activity says NYC's Ghost Doctors.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/30/2016 -- Tennis fans from around the world are packing the newly renovated stands and stadiums at the Billy Jean King National Tennis Center in NYC's Flushing Meadows Park. And it appears that some ghostly fans are also watching the action and may even feel like hitting a few balls or two at this amazing tournament. Moreover, New York's own Ghost Doctors (aka Dr. Pete and Dr. Stew) paranormal investigators and licensed NYC tour guides are more than willing to be their supernatural coaches on call.
The Ghost Doctors have been leading groups of ghost hunting adventurers through some of NYC's most historic landmarks while looking for signs of unusual paranormal activity. And high on their list are those iconic structures still standing in Flushing Meadows Park's 1964 and 1939 world's fairs as well as those areas associated with the National Tennis Center.
Accompanied by groups of excited rookie ghost hunters they have searched for signs of paranormal happenings in and around some of Flushing Meadows most famous locations. After a crash course in the fundamentals of ghost hunting 101 which includes the proper use of whole slew of ghost hunting equipment -- their new recruits are more than ready for one heck of a ghost hunting experience.
In fact on past ghost hunting explorations, they picked up some strange paranormal activity near the Arthur Ashe Stadium which they have posted on their website (http://ghostdoctors.com).
"We have been ghost hunting in NYC's Queens Flushing Meadows Park for quite some time and occasionally we have come across some unusual findings within this historic park as well as the National Tennis Center itself," says Dr. Stew.
According to the Ghost Doctors Flushing Meadows National Tennis Center has been host to the US Open Tennis Championships since 1978 and throughout this time millions of people have watched some of histories greatest tennis champions play these courts. And it seems that during its 38 years, the excitement, the drama and now possibly the new roof over the Arthur Ashe Stadium may continue to attract those ghostly spirits who just can't wait for the next big match.
So if some tennis loving fans happen to catch a fleeting ghostly shadow serving up a game or two at Flushing Meadows Park's US National Tennis Center -- Who are they gonna call? Ghost Doctors, they just don't watch tennis!
About Ghost Doctors
Ghost Doctors (http://www.ghostdoctors.com), based in New York City, is the premier ghost hunting tour in NYC that actually allows participants to experience "real" ghost hunts. Their ghosts hunts are open to public private and corporate events.