Haun's Mill Massacre Site - Visit 3
Date:5th May, 2016 Type:Cemetery
Location Title:Haun's Mill Massacre Site - Visit 3 City/State:Fairview Township, MO, MO
Investigation Times:07:00 PM - 10:00 PM Status:Analysis
Sunrise:06:13 AM Sunset:08:14 PM
High Temperature:73 °F Low Temperature:46 °F
Sky Condition:Clear Wind:NNW at 4 mph
Lunar Phase:Waning Gibbous % disk visible:1%
Solar X-Rays:Active Geomagnetic Field:Quiet
The Haun's Mill massacre was an event in the history of the Latter Day Saint movement. It occurred on October 30, 1838 when a mob/militia unit from Livingston County attacked a Mormon settlement in eastern Caldwell County, Missouri, United States, after the Battle of Crooked River. By far the bloodiest event in the 1838 Mormon War in Missouri, it has long been remembered by the members of the Latter Day Saint movement. The fifty-five men known by name to be involved were never prosecuted.
Becky Ray:On our third visit to this location we went earlier in the day so we could wander the site while we still had daylight.
Other than a few instances where it felt as if we were being watched it was a fairly quiet evening. And those instances could easily be tied to the wildlife in the area.
I did record video of the area and may post some of it later.
Jennifer Sprague:This was my second investigation at this location. I brought my notebook for observations. We read the 13 Articles of Faith and played "I am a child of God" and "Glorious" both Mormon songs to see if this would enhance activity. I did not experience anything notable or what I would consider paranormal on this investigation.
Previous Investigations at this Location
Haun's Mill Massacre Site - Visit 2, 11th September, 2015