Arrived at 7:30pm and met with Christy and Vicky. We started in the middle
of the cemetery. We picked a grave that our 'senses' told us was hot and decided to leave a trifield EMF meter on it. Christy
experienced problems with the trifield, immediately upon setting it on the grave, it spiked continually. She tried to reset
it many times and after checking all probabilities we couldnt explain why the meter would not calm down. Great EVP was captured
at this time, as well.
Teri had some feelings by the North fence. When we checked the area it
was noted that there were two children's graves. It was out of the way and not a part of the regular cemetery, away
from the other graves. Both Vicky and Teri got impressions that others were buried there, as well, although no other markers
were erected. We found it sad and unfortunate that these poor children were basically off the beaten path placed in a corner
by themselves. Teri set her recorder on one of the graves and captured some possible EVP.
We continued to have EMF spikes in odd places throughout the graveyard
that were unexplainable. Teri's pictures didn't show much promise as she only got half of them back. The lady at the photo
lab said the computer refused to print nearly half the roll and even when trying manually, the computer refused the pics.
She said that had never happened to her before. Vicky also had the same problem with her pictures, although she did get
a couple back of interest which are posted here. Both of us noticed that most of our negatives look clear with
no image at all. Hmmm...
Just as we were about to pack up and leave Teri noticed something bright under
a large Oak Tree. When they walked over, we noticed a pinwheel on a veterans grave. It was emitting light
from a lamppost reflecting on its shiny paper. We noticed the pinwheel was spinning rather quickly and thought this was odd
considering there was virtually no wind! There were two flags next to the grave that didn't move, nor did any leaves
or branches on the large tree right next to us. We surrounded the pinwheel in an attempt to block any and all possible wind
sources. The three of us had it surrounded and it continued to spin quickly. We asked questions and sometimes it did nothing,
other times it spun wildly. We noticed that a piece of it kept bending down as if someone was 'tugging' on it. At one point
the pinwheel seemed to have been pushed back, as it tilted slightly backwards as we watched. We asked the spirit
to spin it in the opposite direction...and it did on command! It was a very odd experience in that a spirit wanted to
make communication that was, for some reason, unable to reach psychics Vicky and Teri. As I stated before, however, there
are many children buried there and most of them are not within talking age. We could not come up with an explanation
for the phenomena and so a theory by Teri suggests that it was a younger child trying to communicate, as it didn't
know the words in which to tell us outright.
We stayed and watched this phenomenon a bit and as it seemed to dissipate
we realized it was really late and time to leave. As we walked to our car we noticed a womans hat laying on the ground.
It didnt look old but it did look out of place. It was within close proximity to our cars and lying in the middle of a grassy
area that we parked next to. We arrived in daylight and are certain it was not there when we arrived. The small wind
gusts were not strong enough to move a hat into the middle of the cemetery as they were very minimal. This is obvious
in the EVP's, too, as wind noise is nearly non-existent. If it had been very windy, at all, we would discount both
the pinwheel and the hat incident but they pleasantly surprised all three of us at the end of the night. Almost like a last
hooray, thanks for visiting!
This investigation in conjunction with PICO. I wish
to thank Christy and Vicky for inviting me along. I had a great time!