Friday, February 20, 2009

Checking Out Two Triple Murders In East Liverpool

This is my bunch. We are working on being Ghosting 12 Paranormal Investigations. Above is Jon, Mike, Amber, Sarah, and Brooke. We are standing on the empty lot that was once the home of Debbie Taylor. She was murdered by Robert Wooten
in 1979. He now sits in jail. However, he was also the last one
seen with a young girl named Louise Davis. That was just four
days before he killed Debbie and her two children. We hoped to
get some info from Debbie by having some EVP sessions there.
In the pics with the big X's we are standing in front of the National Furniture Store that once belonged to Earl Tweed. Back in 1973 he and Linda and Angela Morris were murdered. That case is unsolved to this day. Again with the EVP sessions. I will let you know about that too.



We also went to Spring Grove Cemetery to the graves of Linda and Angela Morris. Linda was also pregnant when she was murdered. What a horrible loss all the way around. These murders changed so many lives.




To the right is Amy and Mike. A really nice orb showed up between them. Amy is empathic, which is sensing the feelings of
others, both living and dead. She is also an ordained minister which enables her to do house blessings. That will come in handy. There are a lot of people out there who would feel better having
something like that done.



We also went to the grave of Debbie Taylor and her two children. She is also buried in the same cemetery. Brooke, Jon, Sarah, Amber, Mike and I went back there and had one EVP session. We hope that we were able to get some info tonight to help in finding Louise and the murderers of Linda, Angela, and Earl.






This is Brooke walking through the cemetery on our way to Debbie's grave. See the mist right behind her? Something seems to be following her.







Sarah and I discuss our plans for the evening, which included going to the Hot Dog Shoppe. We had chili dogs, chili fries, ice cream, and for me a nice hot coffee. We froze our fingers and toes, but it was worth it to finally get together and do some investigating. There is so much around our area paranormally. All you have to do is go out and look for it. Yes, Gretchen's is a great place to ghost hunt but there are always so many people there, it is hard to catch anything anymore. There are other places. Good luck in all of your ghost hunting endeavors.








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