Hi all, my brother in law and I have been amateur paranormal investigators for a couple of years now and have had a lot of fun on the way. Yesterday,
we went to a very, very old cemetery near South Lebanon, Ohio. I won't name it to protect it's privacy.
This place was off the road and up a hill. The grave markers are eroded to the point of bare legibility. We drove by it earlier and decided to come
back and check it out as something to do while visiting. We geared up and headed out, after completing the days activities with our wives.
When we arrived, I turned on the HD Drift camera, the Sony stereo digital recorder, ghost radar (don't laugh, we have a data point that's curious) and
of course, the good ole K2's.
To make a long story short, the meter started going nuts as soon as we approached the first grave of a man who's first name was "Joseph". He had
fought in the civil war, was wounded and died after his medical discharge from the army (I think from the wound he received). We looked up his name,
but could find no name of the spirit that was trying to communicate with us.
These are the clearest EVP's we have gotten from any where. They have not been edited in any way and you can hear it on 2 sources. The sony voice
recorder and the drift video camera. The video camera also recorded the K2 going crazy. The strange this about the ghost radar was that it brought
up the word "correct" like 3 minutes we heard it. We start asking it's name. After my brother in law said "are you related to Joseph" it says
"correct". We start saying names and "Tank" shows up on ghost radar. So we say "Is your name "Tank""? As a car passes it says "Wyatt" clear as a
Thanks for posting this - I always enjoying ghost hunting threads. Thank you also for posting a daytime hunt! I can never understand why so many
ghost hunters insist on only doing nighttime investigations.
Wyatt is very clear sounding, but the voice sounds very similar to your brother-in-law's voice. There were several times when he was talking as you
were talking, so I can't help but wonder if this is just another instance of him talking. Maybe we was starting to say "Why don't..." as in "Why
don't you move over here?" but then stopped short. It would be very understandable if he didn't remember saying that.
Is there anyway to prove it wasn't your brother-in-law speaking? Any video showing his mouth at that time, or is there any voice analysis that can
be done to show it wasn't him? Because, honestly, if you can somehow show it wasn't him then this could be a really excellent catch.
A more general question I have that has always puzzled me.... assuming ghosts are a real phenomenon, why would a ghost haunt a cemetery? I thought
that if they were earth-bound, they would be more likely to hang around either near the location they died or possibly seek out a specific person or
place they were attached to in life. What is the theory behind seeking a ghost in a cemetery?
Thanks again for your post. I hope I don't sound overly critical of your EVP - I do not believe you are hoaxing or anything! I just thought the
ghost voice sounded remarkably like your brother-in-laws voice and thought it could be a honest case of mistaken identity. I hope you keep posting
ghost hunting finds here.
ETA: I agree, that orb picture is really cool!
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It's our best so far. What was really strange was the K2 going nuts and then nothing at all, nothing. I believe it was a relative named Wyatt. I did
a search last night and there is a Wyatt in the Columbus Barracks at the same time during the civil war.
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