Saturday November 05, 2011
The Haunted Housewives
Tonight's guests were winners
(Waverly Hills episode),
Erie Paranormal Investigators Community.
The main "Haunted Housewife,"
was not available for the show.
The group had done a
live ghost hunt investigation
at the former
Lake County Poor House
in Painesville, Ohio the night before.
Cathi had been a student of the paranormal since eight year old, and even the occult when she was a teenager.
Darla got into the paranormal a few years earlier, and started helping out the group and their functions.
The three of them go out on their own, and know each other enough to "know each others' moves," making it a tighter investigation.
Cathi and Darla are both Sensitives, so they play that up as a useful tool with which to Read a space.
They shot the Paranormal Challenge episode in May, which aired in July, Henry's and my friend
having been one of the guest judges that episode.
They clarified the details of the episode shoot,
and at their arrival, they likened it to needing the
to the original soap opera
They revealed that indeed they really receive nothing other than Bragging Rights, not even a certificate.
They discussed how when in the Waverly cellar, Cathi and Darla would run
strange sounds, on which the judges commended positively.
The mocking EVP by the elevator they felt was the most compelling evidence they capture, as well as their Mel Meter session in the surgery.
Though not completely prepared to take us into break, I was able to get together something as Henry's audio caused him to be sucked into the "audio vortex" that seemed to hit before the show went on the air.
The loud rushing of white noise resembling an approaching airplane began to overtake Henry, so I did take us out to the first break.
Henry conveyed from Arianna in the chatroom whether they had been provided a Franks Box, which they hadn't.
Karin asked that having been to Waverly, where would they like to go and to where would they like to go.
Cathi listed several places, but that her Being A Housewife kept her busy, and Darla concurred.
Having won the Challenge, they were making more networked friends, and even heard from the closed community of
Ohio; they also were able to investigate several buildings in
Before the Challenge, they had been watching
posts on Facebook,
which really tore into teams' mistakes, so thankfully winning precluded their receiving such riffs;
we even comiserated about the nonsensical
Fact or Faked
channel, and how off-base that group of "investigators" can go.
We spoke about Cathi and Theresa hosting the
Willoughby Ghost Walk,
each being a groupd of about twenty: in October they do three a night.
Their current season is over, and would restart in May 2012.
While the rushing noise had abated by the second break, it returned with a vengeance during the break, as one of the guest's mics went unmuted.
On our return, Henry reported tonight our having listeners from the US, the UK, Canada, and three "Other"/s...
Cathi is a closet Bigfoot fan, and Chupacabra, and was well aware of my home state's Jersey Devil.
Cathi spoke of
a building from the 1890s, the activity of which may reflect an inn that it'd been at one time.
Willoughby Brewing Company
is a good restaurant, a good bar, and
In the 1830s a
was accused of grave robbers, which is her favourite spot on the tour.
(Willoughby also has a ghost train.)
They felt they got their best evidence at the
they got some great real-time EVPs.
At one point I couldn't help but point out my noticing the photo of
on Darla's Facebook profile
(albeit my horribly misidentifying it as
Bob Nicols in the chat room asked how one can invistigate with the Haunted Housewives; they suggested keepng an eye on their
The show wound down, and Henry announced that the following week we would have as our guest the
Reverend Tim Shaw,
discussing his new book about the
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