Tuesday, May 18, 2010

The House On Wood Street

Last night's investigation of the old house on Wood Street was a calm, uneventful, experience. My crew for this investigation was Mike, Dave, Jon, Becky, and Will.  They did a great job!  We  did several EVP sessions as well as Ghost Box Sessions.  All was quiet.  The Ghost Box did spit out some names, like Tim and Joyce, but for the most part was quiet.  No strange noises or knocks on the walls or floors.  No opening or closing doors.   Just a house that is roughly 110 years old that at one time was a beautiful place to live. 


While it looks to be a spooky, and haunted old house now, the fact that it is uninhabited and been that way for 12 years,  may be a factor as to why we didn't seem to find anything.  Of course, as with everything in the paranormal, this is only a theory.   We have a few more recordings to listen to and video to go over to be sure, but right now, not haunted.  It is simply a tired old house that is due to be torn down later this year. 

A Midnight Adventure To Bowmans Cemetery

Amber came to my house last night and said Brooke, Brianna,  and she was headed to Bowman's Cemetery and wondered if I would like to go.  "Hell yes!" I said.  I am always up for a ghost hunting adventure.

It was quiet.  It was calm.  It was unnerving!  Every sound coming from the woods was the witch coming for us!  At one point, it sounded like some one running through the woods.  In true Ghost Hunters fashion we charged toward the commotion and found nothing. 

We used a night vision camera to take some pictures.  Had fun with that.  Pics turned out good, too.
We also did several Ghost Box sessions.  They are in line with the sessions from The Family Repeat Building.  If you ever get a chance to take off some evening and ghost hunt all night (we went until 4am.) don't pass it up.  It was really worth it.