Saturday October 29, 2011
(who sounded a lot like
for our 2011 Halloween Edition, Craig was broadcasting live from
John Winebrenner house],
Mr. G's Ice Cream.
Occupied by Confederate forces in July, 1863, it's one of the best known houses from the Battle of Gettysburg.
They purchased the home January 2010,
192 years old, it was built in 1819; in the original brick on the south side of the home is retained bullet holes from battles in the war between the states.
His security company called Mike that there was a security alarm; Mike went to check it out but could find nothing amiss, even though the motion sensor had kicked in.
A Lifetime Living With Ghosts & Spirits,
who spoke with us for a while, about the
Bringing her people to one Activity Hotspot, she was using her copper dowsing rods as she does, and got some readings.
One couple took a photo that, as her rods indicated a spirit, she saw a Confederate Soldier walk up next to the posing spouse: the resulting photo had a thick mist where he'd've been standing, and that they couple will send a copy of the photo to Cindy with permission to reprint it on their website.
Seminary Ridge, took guests across and walked through residual energy with battle fire
As she spoke, she turned and when she faced the Seminary Building, there was paranormal mist as it enlarged and got thicker until a surprise-faced soldier emerged therefrom, and walked through her.
By the railroad tracks near Seminary Ridge she and another woman saw a Confederate entity shimmering in and out; a photo revealed gold and silver orbs.
She and her husband are war re-enactors, and one photo beneath the flag showed a large straw hat and transparent head, which was not visible when she took the photo.
She indicated that
was on her
Cindy also indicated one of her top favourite spots is
I began hearing things over my headset which sounded like puffs of air over an old moonshine type jug.
Henry and Craig hadn't heard it, but Henry indicated Karin the chat room had reported hearing it as well...
Henry reported we had listeners this night from the US, the UK, Canada, Norway and the ubiquitous six "Other"/s....
(also of Sleepy Hollow Ghost Tours),
Cindy Codori Shultz
(6th generation granddaughter to Nicholas Codori, of the
sadly the Parks Service now owns it, so no one can enter and/or investigate there.
Suddenly they went silent; Henry and I thought for a moment Craig had been Skype-dropped, but it turned out he was still there: a man had entered in Confederate garb and Craig was making sure he wasn't staring at a ghost.
Cindy is not an investigator as such, but had enjoyed EVPs Mike Gladfelter has played for her.
One investigator is there so often the ghosts' EVPs refer to him by name.
A fellow named "Deuce" who spoke of some of his experiences.
Mike Gladfelter returned and Henry played some EVPs, the first being a female voice saying, "Don't leave me...!"
It was recorded in the same room from which Craig and Mike were speaking.
The next EVP was from upstairs with a long home-length balcony, in which it replied
(to the question of how they passed):
The next EVP was from the attic, a child voice saying, "Mimi."
On the second playback I felt it sounded a bit more like "Excuse me..."
Another attic recording: "Good night, all," which was more audible the second playback.
Henry closed out the show reminding everyone that the next week's guests would be
(Erie Paranormal Investigators Community),
who won the
The Paranormal Challenge.