Saturday October 03, 2012
Personal Experience Accounts
With no guest tonight, we spent the evening discussing various places we had investigated.
had me speak about an investigation on which I'd gone a week or so earlier.
talked about their
Kat and I got a little off topic discussing pop-culture, specifically the recent opening of the impressive
During the first break, Henry played the
interview done at Hillview.
brought us back, conveying our having tonight listeners in Australia, the US, the Arab Emirates, Canada, and Unknown.
Henry had Kat speak about her investigation on the
back on September 18th, along with
New England Legends,
Spooky Southcoast Radio.
She also added having checked out the
submarine in Muskegon, Michigan.
She then spoke about her finally coming across a ghost in her new Rhode Island domicile, and her "habit" of coming across ghosts whilst she is showering.
Her home's original use was a grocer's store, and a shoe repair shop; Mike and Kat's quarters are in the cellar.
She espied a young man walking in, and kept on walking through items, then through the outside, as though the modern bathroom was not there.
Considering his walking route, we figure it probably was a residual haunting.
With Henry having seen a Shadow or Shadow Person at Hill View Manor, I pointed out the
Shadow Kid Halloween costume photo
Henry spoke of a private resident investigation he'd done, on which was a log cabin.
Henry wasn't able to play any EVPs as they've not yet presented their findings with the owners yet.
One of the investigators came across a child's audible voice that was answering the investigator's questions.
CC discussed what aspects of San Francisco area of which she was aware, including but not limited to
Kat gave our her
and the show's
I provided the Paranormal View page
on my site,
and that one can do a quick search for "Paranormal View"
to find its page there.
Amusingly, as Henry outroduced the show, and we went to say our goodbyes, when I'd said my name, the two ladies realized they should say their respective names, and had a predicable vocal collision...