Undisclosed Location - Bridgeton, MO

Location Information

Date:23rd April, 2005     Type:Business

Location Title:Undisclosed Location     City/State:Bridgeton, MO

Investigation Times:05:30 AM - 11:30 AM     Status:Analysis

 

Weather Information

Sunrise:11:13 AM   Sunset:12:46 AM

High Temperature:52 °F   Low Temperature:39 °F

Sky Condition:Hazy   Wind:NW at 10 mph

Humidity:92%   Precipitation:0%

Lunar Phase:Waxing Gibbous   % disk visible:100%

Solar X-Rays:Normal   Geomagnetic Field:Unsettled

Pressure:30.02 mmHg  

 

Investigators Present

Bryan Kaplan

Kelli Patrick

Becky Ray

Miranda Stark

Dee Vyeda

Investigators Notes

Bryan Kaplan:Overall I didn't feel much at this investigation ... with the exception in the front parlor room. I will upload the EVP content soon.

Kelli Patrick:I used my EMF detector, laser thermometer, regular 35mm camera-800 speed, Sony Nighshot video camera. I didn't see anything, but several times my left hand and fingers would throb over an area that a local psychic had mentioned a spirit was in. I only had that feeling in that area. I also went to get my jacket in another room and walked through the threshold between the two bedrooms. It felt like I walked into a refrigerator. I walked through a large cold spot. There were no vents around blowing cold air because the heat was on. I have reviewed my video and pictures. On video, there was a "pop" sound like someone was opening a jar and the lid popped releasing it's seal. My video tried to focus on something a couple of times. As for pictures, all I got was a great house on film. Nothing caught.

Becky Ray:I could feel activity in a few places, but the one spot that I was drawn to the most was the doctor's office. This, I feel, was residual energy from the pain and suffering of the surgeries that took place there. 
Also, at one point during the night I had my back turned to the spinning wheel in one of the bedrooms. I felt a strong tug on the back of my jacket as if someone wanted to let me know that they were behind me. I already knew no one was back there, but I quickly turned around anyway and took a photo. The area that the tug came from was ice cold. It chilled my hand to the bone, and nearly felt like frostbite. Several others were with me as this occurred.

Miranda Stark:We were fortunate enough to be accompanied by two other wonderful investigators from the Bridgeton area, and a psychic that evening. I found it extremely enlightening to work with these people, as it made for such a memorable experience. At one point in the parlor, I stood silent for a moment or two, just to collect everything from my senses. As I did so, I became aware of a "swirling" coldness around my knees and lower legs. It remained quite consistent, and without revealing much of what I was experiencing, I decided to ask the psychic if she could sense any presences around me at that moment. She ran her hands around me, feeling the space I was standing in, and remarked that I had a dog sitting at my feet. Needless to say, I was very impressed. A temperature reading showed a nearly ten degree change in the immediate area around my feet and legs, which returned to normal when raised above my knees. Bryan also was visited by the ghostly pet as we stood in the parlor. The psychic described alot of activity around an old spinning wheel in one of the bedrooms, so I took numerous photos of her as she went about her description of at least three entities that she picked up in this area. Only one of these photos interestingly enough shows three orbs floating before her, and two more on a fellow investigator. I get the impression that there was alot of energy here at this time, whether it was being produced by the people in the room, or by some other forces that were present. This was such a wonderful investigation, for everyone.

No EVPS for this Investigation at this time
No PHOTOS for this Investigation at this time
No VIDEOS for this Investigation at this time

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