Saturday October 19, 2013
Tonight Henry and Kat broadcast live from
Dayton Lane Historic Area,
albeit with a bit of a technical hitch getting started.
They were at
owned by optomitrist
Dr. Thomas Nye.
Henry pointed out they're a few blocks from
Ceiling Cat Barbara conveyed substantially more haunted history than I'd been able to uncover, as well as various local urban legends.
Kat was able to track down one about a motorcycle light approaching that vanishes before reaching its witnesses.
CC spoke about
with its own ghostly hitchhiker story.
They also spoke of the famous mass murder
which while in Hamilton, isn't really at Dayton Lane.
CC spoke about the ghosts of
Mosler, Phelps, Wilson Halls.
Kat gave a
on the building in which they were.
CC felt she Heard Something while Kat was talking, around the 0:45 minute mark.
Dr. Thomas Nye came on as a guest, just coming from being part of the investigation.
He reported some experiences, such as the on-off flashlight with "predictable responses," and while divining rods, which even he held and had them "spinning like a top" in his hands, much to his scientific-minded surprise.
Kat thought she heard a male moan as Dr. Nye spoke about ghostly grandchildren upstairs.
He also conveyed the genesis of the ghost walks, as he and friends one night speaking began swapping their paranormal experiences.
Also discussed was varied home renovations/restoration going on in the neighbourhood.
He's done a lot of
historical local investigating.
CC pointed out tonight we had listeners in the US, the UK, Canada, the Netherlands and France.
From his offices on the second floor Dr. Nye indicating occasionally hearing hallway footsteps, and, not checking,, thought it was one of his tenants.
During one of the ghost walks his second floor tenant conveyed hearing hallway footsteps, thinking it was the Doctor...
The Doctor spoke of a
before heading off for the evening's second investigation, and we had our only break of the evening after which we had
come on, discussing her psychic impressions of the place, as well as her investigative background.
One of the ghost tour guides,
of 1003 Dayton Street,
one of the haunted homes on the ghost tour, who's had numerous experiences.
Literally going overtime tonight, we wrapped rather quickly, meaning I/we were not able to provide
my Paranormal View hub page
on my website, indicating people from there can find the show's
that we're findable
et al, and Kat was not have to provide her own