Old City Hall, Harrodsburg KY, Evidence Video with EVPs

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posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 12:18 PM
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That sounds like a great idea. Make one with the prompts and another one without. Post the one without the prompts on ATS and after a few feedbacks post the one with the propmts. That away the ones that provided the feedback can see if thier thoughts matchs up.

Thank you very much for the eye opening response that you presented to us. It is true some people will hear what they read and other will hear something else that is not prompted to be read.




posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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Piano you are correct on all that you stated. Harrodsburg is the 1st Kentucky settlement. It was settled in 1774 by James Harrod. It is a prime area for paranormal activity due to the limestone, flowing water & just the history of the area. It is a site of settlers & indian battles and the Civil War battle was fought at Perryville which is not far from Harrodsburg. A lot of the wounded were taken from the battle ground to some of the larger homes in Harrodsburg because they were turned into temporary hospitals. There the wounded would either get better or die.

Just before anyone ask does ask if they do a hunt at any of the locations that we are presenting the answer is NO. The owners that are allowing this team to do a one time only paranormal investigation don't want their places of business turned into a paranormal hunters frinzy. So please don't contact these business owners asking for you to do a paranormal investigations for their business.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 12:34 PM
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Great nighttime pics.



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 01:49 PM
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If you are comfortable sharing it, I'm curious to know what the owner's response was to your findings. Did they recognize any of the voices or the EVP statements from their own experiences? Did they seemed spooked or relieved that their experiences were validated? I'm just curious what clients do with these types of findings... but I understand that you may need to keep the specifics confidential.

Also, why is limestone believed to be associated with paranormal activity? Is there a cause/effect basis for it, or is to more of a correlation that is often noted?

Thanks!! Oh, and any hints about future investigations that may be coming soon??



posted on Feb, 11 2013 @ 02:17 PM
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Whe we do our reveals to the property owners (business or private residence) all of the owners that I have spoken with have been surprised & had their experiences validated by this teams findings. Mostly they just want validations of the paranormal activity. (with the exception of out poltergist case, she want validation & action taken, in which we did)

Limestone is thought to hold residual activity.

Our next case is later this week. It is also a historic building with a lot of paranormal claims. This one should be very interesting. So keep watching for this teams next reveal.





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