Saturday August 30, 2013
Elisha Morgan Mansion
were to be broadcasting live from the
Elisha Morgan Mansion.
However, Henry was on his own as, with a back issue, Kat was not able to go to the live broadcast location, so she was on by phone.
Just before the show was to start, Henry found out the server was not letting him login; even Ceiling Cat
was running into the same glitch.
Deciding to Go Forward and simply record the show as a podcast, Henry started the show with CC recording;
after my introduction, Henry brought on
who spoke of the history of the house, being essentially a "showcase" home for its time.
Heidi spoke of the modern security sensors that began going off, only interior doors, none of the external doors.
with mics inside,
security could hear the doors opening and closing inside.
Heidi also spoke of a Christmas celebration, done up in the 1800s era decor.
The workers, on their own, had broke for lunch, coming back to find a small tree decoration missing, later to find it sitting in the center of the floor.
Kat asked about urgan legends of ghostly sightings before TriOps began investigating, but Heidi knew of none.
pointed out his group had been given evidence to review from another group.
Amusingly off-topic, they discussed the local
Jungle Jim's International Market,
famous string of
low-to-no budget local
Dave in the chat room reported the same issue, so it was not anything that could have been fixed at Henry's end as it was;
Dave would have to contact the server owners to set things right.
came on and discussed some of the evidence/data they've collected during investigations.
Kat coined that the place is "comfortably haunted" by its family
(e.g., nothing malevolent).
They've had some indirect interaction with Elisha Morgan, they reported.
They provided the
Triops Team website
I provided my site's
Paranormal View hub page,
indicating people from there can find the show's respective report pages, that we're very
findable on Facebook,
Paranormal View page
Kat gave out her
but not that
The Paranormal View now
is on Twitter
under the name