Team Members Present:
Val, Darren, Craig
Others: Channel 8 Cameraman
OPRA Members: OKCGC, OKC-PRG, PICO & SPRG
Solar Storms: Active
Geomagnetic Fields: Quiet
Temperature: 60 degrees F
Winds: South @ 7mph
Moon Phase: Waxing
Barometer: 29.96 and rising
12:24am Oct. 19th, 2002
Sweep 1 - Downstairs
Foyer/Common Area No significant EMF readings other than natural causes. Temperature of area 74 degrees F
First (West) Room No significant EMF readings and temperature at 74 degrees F
Hallway Area No significant EMF readings. Temperature 74 degrees F
Stairwell area No significant EMF readings, Temperature at 75 degrees F
EMF reading .2 to .3. at entryway. EMF readings climbed due to natural causes. Upon entering room team members had heavy feeling
on chest. Temperature readings were between 72-74 degrees F. No significant EMF readings obtained once inside the room.
(across from Room 8). No significant EMF readings. Temperature at 78 degrees F.
Mason Hotel Room No significant EMF readings Temperature readings at 72-73 degrees F.
Common area (hallway) 2nd floor No significant EMF readings. Temperature readings at 72-73 degrees.
(ladies room) No significant immediate EMF readings. Temperature read began at 76 degrees F. Team experienced Temperature
increase to 79 degrees F near windows where it should be cooler. Temperature increased to 81 degrees F over the bed area,
which records a 5-degree temperature increase. Walking log has a lot of interference in the tape and team members
report feeling tingling sensation. EMF began to react in small spikes and reacted to questions asked. 12:46am Team experienced
EMF reactions out of the norm with the rest of the house and temperature increase again. EMF spikes were up to .4 and .5 in
Team members could not find a natural source of the cause of
the EMF manipulation or temperature increase. Many pictures taken provided no positive photographs.
No significant EMF readings. Temperature readings at 81 degrees F.
When the team was leaving the building, as we approached the
2nd floor at the bottom of the stairs, the EMF spiked to a minimum of .4 or .5 reading. Gauss Master was not depressed
at the time and reacted solely on its own. Picture taken at this time produced an anomaly and walking log produced a possible
EVP. Temperature was recorded at 79 degrees F at this time. Team members reported chills and tingly sensations. EMF did not
react or produce any readings thereafter.
-TEAM 1 END OF SWEEP-