Date: Friday, April 23, 2021
Investigators: Jim, Allie, Alisha, Brandon and Sandy
Equipment: Digital voice recorders, EDI+ meter, Mel Meter, K2 meter, SB11 and SB7 Spirit Boxes, motion detectors, REM pod, UV video camera
History: The Horridge House was built in 1859 and is an excellent example of Carpenter Gothic-style architecture. It was built by Dr. Hewett B. Clingan. The brick of the house is believed to be of the local brickyards of that era.
Claims: Shadow figures, disembodied voices, people being touched by spirits.
In a Spiritus session, Jim asks if the spirits are tired of the sound of a spirit box when we use it. We receive two yes responses – the first one we believe is not coming out of the app.
We have a lot of success, for some reason, when we ask questions about food, especially cheese. This time was no different. We ask if they like cheese and we receive a couple responses – “What?” and after we ask the question again, a “Yes.”
Jim and Brandon are investigating using the Necrophonic app and Jim asks if the spirits can say the names of one of the women investigating the house before them. We receive a distinct answer of “No.”
Using the Spiritus app, Allie asks the spirits what their names were. We receive multiple answers – “Scott, Eddie, Karla.
Just a few seconds after the names question, Allie asks if the spirits live in the house. We receive through the Spiritus a “Yes.”
In the same Spiritus session, Allie asks if the spirits what’s hanging downstairs that belongs to the Horridge family. We receive a firm “No.”
In another Spiritus session, Allie asks if the Horridge family is still here. We receive a “Yep” response.
You will hear us talking in the distance. Then we capture a disembodied kid’s voice closer to the recorder – possibly saying “Hey.”
We catch someone coughing, twice. – No one is in the house at this point.
We capture the disembodied voice of a female child. We believe she’s saying “Come back.”
Jim is giving the spirits a heads up that he’s going to turn the Necrophonic off. Right after he says that we capture a female disembodied voice saying “Oh no” and then receive a response on the Necrophonic of “Sure.”
We capture a disembodied female voice saying “Her name’s Alisha."
Findings: Of the three locations we investigated, the Horridge House was definitely the most active. There are multiple spirits in the building, and we determined there was nothing negative in the location. We believe there is a child spirit in the house who is especially active and interacts intelligently. There's also residual hauntings in the location.