Adventuremyths Investigate the Legendary Corbin Cabin Located in
Shenandoah National Park in Luray, Virginia
This DVD documentary is packed with actual investigation footage, a rare interview from a resident
from the people before the park and two instances of unexplained evidence of paranormal activity.
The group gives the viewer a first hand look at the location and history that validate the Legend of
Waldorf, MD, May 19, 2010 --(PR.com)-- A group of adrenaline junkies / paranormal investigators set
out to investigate Corbin Cabin located at Shenandoah National Park in Luray, VA. Frank Polievka,
Jonathan Ness, Michelle Burnette and Mike Gray made up the team of investigators that braved the mile
and half hike with a steep 1000 foot elevation change. The team hiked in with filmmaking equipment and
very few creature comforts. Their goal was to capture paranormal activity and create a documentary to
share with fellow skeptics and adventurers. The cabin was constructed in the late 1920's by George T.
Corbin. Legend has it George's wife died in the cabin during childbirth and was later buried in the family
cemetery located a few hundred yards from the cabin.
The Adventuremyths team rented the cabin through the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club in July of 2009
and documented nearly every moment of the investigation. A (45) Forty-Five minute documentary was
created featuring a rare interview with a long time local, Milton Smokie Nicholson, who lived across the
river from Corbin cabin when he was just a child. Milton explains the transition from private to park land
as it was perceived through the locals eyes and tells his story of earlier mountain living. This
documentary is packed with actual investigation footage, a rare interview and two instances of
unexplained evidence of paranormal activity. The DVD documentary is available on Amazon with
chilling paranormal evidence and extended scenes.
Frank J Polievka