For tonight, let me give you a quick tour of the house. I didn't get very many pictures because my FULLY-CHARGED camera died within 20 minutes of arriving at the house. That was my first sign that it was going to be an interesting night.
The house is a nice size Victorian home. It is located off a main road going through town and is notorious for being haunted. It was divided into apartments during the 70s and early 80s and then abandoned. When the owners purchased the home, it was actually a crack house. We talked to a former, angry resident - a dead one.
They have put a lot of money into the house but don't think they will ever recoup it... but they don't care. They love the home - and the spirits that reside within its walls.
Below is my girlfriend, Leah, walking thru one of the rooms near the middle of the home. In a prior investigation, AGH caught an evp that said the owner's son's name -- TWICE. He won't come back in the house. This is the only room that Leah and I did not investigate... we were enthralled in the activity in the attic.
This room is where we had our conversation with the smoke detector! HA! It is at the front of the house but the window you see looks out the side. This is JB's room - the builder of the home and a former mayor of the town. We talked to him while in the attic, and we think we captured an evp of him while we were in the room.
Directly across the hall from the quarantine room is another bedroom. A family member of the Dickson's came to visit once... within a few days she got sick and passed away in that room. People have also seen a little girl looking out the window in that room -- we talked to her, too.
This is the quarantine room. Of course, as Andy (the leader of AGH) stated, it didn't have a wet bar back in the day. The owners tried to live here, and are thinking about moving back in, but as it is today you can rent the house for functions.
Look closely thru the doorway. See that black box? It has a tea cup sitting on top of it and it is turned upside down (like you are telling a waitress you do not want coffee). That is how we communicated with all the spirits. Leah, myself, the owner of the home, Andy and his wife were the first in the room and the first to use this unconventional communication device.