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Whistling spirits at Northern State

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

12/2/2011
While on a recent short investigation at the Northern State horse stables building, I captured a response to a request. I was attempting to elicit a response by whistling. I did not hear it at the time. The first clip is the unmodified version. The second is just the response, with noise removed and slightly amplified.

Clip 1


Clip 2

Oddly enough, that same night at about 2:30 AM, Lori and the cat were awoken by the sound of someone whistling. (But at 2:30 AM?) She thought it was coming from outside in the street, so she raised the blinds, looked out, and saw no one there.

Weird….. Perhaps the whistling spirit hitched a ride on the way home from the investigation?

Ghost box session at Northern State farm area.

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

Back in September, we invited guest John Ryan to an impromptu investigation of Northern State farm area in Sedro Woolley. In this clip, John introduces himself and at the end, you will hear a voice quickly say “Hey, Johnny!“.

Evelyn’s Tavern: Spirits At The Bar

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Evelyn's Tavern

Evelyn’s Tavern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 16, 2011
We want to sincerely thank Jan and Alex for allowing us to investigate Evelyn’s Tavern, located in Clear Lake, WA.
Spirits (of the non-alcoholic kind ;-)) were present and made themselves known to us via flashlight activity. After review of numerous hours of audio, we also discovered some quite compelling EVP evidence. Just this evening, I discovered these two EVP’s which were captured only on Carmen’s recorder.

1. What’s the order?
During the first 15 minutes of the investigation, the phone at the bar rings. On the fourth ring, a deep male voice shouts “What's the order?“.

After that, there appears to be a whispering voice which quickly says “It's eating time. It's three o'clock.“. I have slowed it down a bit so it is easier to hear. Listen carefully again to the end of the clip above, and then listen to this clip.

Here is a shortened and enhanced version of “What’s the order?” . I have removed the loud phone ringing so it’s easier to hear the voice underneath. There is an initial “whooshing” sound which appears to contain a voice which says “Hey, guys!”. Then you hear a thump, followed by “What’s the order?”. “What's the order?“.

2. I’ll grab some glasses.
As Lori is exiting the restroom, Carmen asks “Anybody wanna party with us?” A response from a female spirit says “I'll grab some glasses.“.

3. KII activity
Carmen asks the spirit “Are you still with us?…Are you on break?” The KII responds.

4. Flashlight activity.
During the investigation, we decided to set out our flashlights just in case the spirits decided to communicate with them. They didn’t disappoint us.

Night At The Museum: Act II, February 19, 2011

Friday, March 4th, 2011
Sedro Woolley Museum

Sedro Woolley Museum

Ghost Seekers Realm extends a big “Thank you!” to Carolyn and all the Board Members of the Sedro Woolley Museum for allowing us to investigate for a second night, February 19. As always, I was skeptical, but after reviewing several hours of audio we discovered some very compelling evidence.

We captured some very interesting responses during our ghost box session and also captured some EVP’s.

1. This “Hello?” was captured on Lori’s recorder. “Hello!“.

2. During our ghost box session, we began asking for names. This one is quite clear. “Doreen“.

3. The next one occured just about a minute later. Lori asks the spirit to repeat the name and he does so. “Doreen“.

4. At one point during the ghost box session, I asked the spirits to speak their names loudly and clearly. We received a response immediately after i finished speaking. “Ed

5. This “Hello?” sounds as if it has a British accent. It occurred during the ghost box session.
Hello?

6. Uncertain if the spirits heard her voice, Lori says “Hello?” A female spirit reponds in kind through the radio. “Hi!

7. This ghost box response was not heard until later. A little bit of filtering and enhancement was necessary to hear it well enough. “My name is Howard.

8. Carmen’s digital recorder was sitting on a glass case when this response to my question was captured. I was the only male in the building. I asked “Do you want us to get out again? Do you want us to leave now?” I enhanced the response. I've been meaning to tell you.
Here is just the response, enahanced a bit more. I've been meaning to tell you.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011
After re-listening to the original audio, I discovered something today that I missed during my initial review. Let’s back up for a minute….
Here is that same secion of audio, only this time, I include a few seconds previous to the above question/response. Immediately after I say “I know there’s someone in here. We heard you tell us “Get out!” the last time.”, there is an immediate response“, which is then followed by the question/response I posted above. This clip is not enhanced in any way.

9. Carmen prompted a response from a military man. Yeah!
Here is just the response, enahanced a bit more. Yeah!

10. A the very start of our ghost box session, even before we began to ask any questions, we were told a name. Doris

 

So there you have it, a very busy Night At The Museum!

Night At The Museum

Saturday, February 5th, 2011

Sedro Woolley Museum

Sedro Woolley Museum

A sincere and warm thanks to Carolyn for allowing us to investigate the Sedro Woolley Museum on January 29th. We certainly enjoyed our time there. We learned so much from the tour! Being a history buff, I know I will be going back to learn more about Sedro Woolley’s rich and colorful past.


We captured some very interesting audio and video during our investigation.

1. The first EVP was captured in what is called the “Hospital Room”, where artifacts from Northern State Hospital are kept. You will hear my footsteps, and in between two of my footsteps, you will hear what appears to be a male voice, which sounds as if someone is “groaning“.

2. The next one occured just about two minutes later and sounds very similar to the first. It also sounds as if someone is “groaning“.

3. The third EVP occurred not long after the second. In this clip, you will first hear the second EVP followed by the third. It appears to be saying “Get out!
Turn down your headphones to about 25% for this one. It is a louder version of the “Get out!” portion of the previous clip.


Here are 4 video clips from our short 15 minute mini-mag-lite session in the “Hospital Room”.

1. Mag-lite I



2. Mag-lite II



3. Mag-lite III



4. Mag-lite IV



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Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

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Wellington: August 6, 2010

Monday, August 9th, 2010

I made another trip to Wellington, WA on August 6, 2010. I was there for the entire day and well into the night. In the evening, I met up with Bert and Jayme of NWPIA, Tom and Jami of BGH, Scott of ParaWa and others. Although I did not have any personal experiences with the paranomal that night, it was great to meet with all of them and to learn more new things about investigating.

Earlier in the day, I was conducting several EVP sessions in the snow shed. Durinng one particular session, I picked up the voice of “a child singing or humming.“. I did not hear this at the time it happened.

A reveiw of the recording of a ghost box session I made ealier in the day revealed three interesting voices.

1. Just 46 seconds into the ghost box session, a voice says “Grandpa. It's Albert.“. Among the dead of the Wellington disaster were two people with the name Albert: Albert Boles and Albert G. Mahler.


2. Another one says “Paul. Listen. It's me, (Ben?).“. Among the dead of the Wellington disaster were two people with the name Ben or Benjamin: Benjamin G. Thompson, and Benjamin F. Jarnagan, 31, engineer.


3. The third ghost box voice was a direct response to my request. I said “If you can hear my voice, tell me what color the chair is that I am sitting in.” The immediate response: “It's blue.“. I was in fact sitting in a blue folding chair.

Wellington Avalanche Disaster, March 1, 1910.

Monday, June 21st, 2010

June 18, 2010
It was my first visit to the site of the March 1, 1910 Wellington (now Tye) train disaster in which 96 or more people died. There I met up with Bert and Jayme Coates of NWPIA. They have made many investigations of this location and are very well versed in the history and events which transpired there. They were kind in sharing their paranormal experiences. One of their experiences involved the sighting of an apparition which had no face, hence the nick-name “no-face”. On the evening of June 18, 2010 they allowed me to record their “ghost box” session, in which two very interesting voices were captured on my digital recorder. When I finally realized what was being said in this first one, it shocked me to my bones.
Henry, I feel like I've lost my face.

Wellington Avalanche

By Allan Hirsch

Northern State Recreation Area light anomalies

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

January 22, 2010

Our first video recording with night vision at Northern State Recreation Area provided interesting results.
Have a look at these light anomalies we captured in one of the buildings.
Orb 1:
Focus on the “W” in the word Wait, then notice a quick flash of light that quickly moves downward and disappears.

Orb 2:

Orb 3:

Orb 4:

“It’s Caroline”

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

While at Union Cemetery in Sedro Woolley today, Lori was commenting about a new, small grave that was recently dug. It was located just behind where we parked, near the tall trees. Lori commented that it wasn’t there the last time were were there. At the same time, a little girl’s voice says “It's Caroline.“. It will be interesting to see the name on the headstone once it is placed…