Private Residence - Kansas City, MO
Date:14th November, 2007 Type:Residential
Location Title:Private Residence City/State:Kansas City, MO
Investigation Times:07:30 PM - 09:30 PM Status:Analysis
Sunrise:07:00 AM Sunset:09:30 PM
High Temperature:60 °F Low Temperature:44 °F
Sky Condition:Overcast Wind:WNW at 15 mph
Lunar Phase:Waxing Crescent % disk visible:20%
Solar X-Rays:Normal Geomagnetic Field:Quiet
Ginger Collins from Missouri History and Hauntings Society
Angela Hodge:Through out the whole investigation I did not pick up on anything that was parnormal nor did I get anything on the pictures I took. We did have an incident in the back bedroom where there was typing on the computer that could not be made out. I did take a picture of it. I'll post it.
Bryan Kaplan:Further investigation needs to take place before I can give an opinion. I definately feel that the teenage son that lives at the residence is tied to the activity. I think his age (and him going through puberty) may be linked to the activity. I think a more controlled environment is necessary as well.
Becky Ray:We conducted this investigation in collaboration with Ginger Collins from the Missouri History and Hauntings Society.
A lot of the activity in this home seems to generate from the home office where the main computer is. One of the main reports of activity is hearing the computer keyboard clicking as if someone is typing on it when no one is in the room and most of the time the computer isn't even turned on. On the day of our investigation this had happened a few hours before we arrived and the computer had been on so what was typed was saved as a document. However what was typed seemed to be just gibberish.
During our investigation I definitely felt a heaviness in this room when we first entered it. We played around with the keyboard to see what may have caused that type of sound, and to see if something such as the cat walking across the keyboard could have left the letters that were typed. What we found was that it would have taken someone typing with two hands to produce the letters with the shift key pressed.
Overall, after talking with the homeowner and her son, I feel that this is definitely a place that requires an ongoing investigation to make any determinations, but I feel strongly that there is something going on.
Many thanks to Ginger for inviting us along on this one!