Spirit Communication Experiments
Date:29th January, 2016 Type:Residential
Location Title:Spirit Communication Experiments City/State:Liberty, MO
Investigation Times:08:00 PM - 10:00 PM Status:Analysis
Sunrise:07:27 AM Sunset:05:33 PM
High Temperature:60 °F Low Temperature:26 °F
Sky Condition:Clear Wind:SE at 3 mph
Lunar Phase:Waning Gibbous % disk visible:72%
Solar X-Rays:Active Geomagnetic Field:Quiet
Becky Ray:Rather than try just one method, tonight we decided to try a few to see if our results varied.
First we attempted table tipping for the first time. As expected, our results were basically nothing happening. We will continue to attempt this as continued sessions seems to improve the effect.
Next we continued our experiments with blindfolded Ouija board users. Instead of using a standard board we used one that Lisa had made with many words and letters scattered throughout the board. At first it seemed to be confusing, but after we placed the board under a sheet of glass we had more movement.
Unknown to the participants, except for myself and Jennifer, I was playing loud infrasound during the first half of the experiments. I don't know if it had a definite effect on anyone, however a few folks reported seeing "mists" and a handful reported a ringing in their ears. Here is an article on infrasound: NBC News - Infrasound linked to spooky effects
Jennifer Sprague:Tonight we experimented with the old "Table Tipping" method that was used a lot during the Spiritualist movement in the 1800s. This method was used very much like how the Ouija board is used asking for a spirit or entity to move the table rather than spell out a word. We experienced nothing unusual during our trial. We also experimented again with blindfolding Ouija board participants and had some interesting experiences. We also unbeknownst to the rest of the group had infrasound playing which are undetectable to the human ear but is said to cause paranoia. We wanted to see if that caused anything questionable during our experiments. It was revealed after the experiments that the sounds were used. I look forward to attempting this again soon!