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PostSubject: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeThu Feb 14, 2008 2:02 am

Read all the things that happened on our investigation.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeSun Feb 15, 2009 10:07 pm

This is a bit that Stella wrote whilst we were in the cellar

We investigated the end cellar which was once the condemned cell. Whilst in there Lee was channelled by a gentleman who was looking all around the room. We were having trouble communicating with him, he did not seem to be able to speak and we asked him if he could hear us and he nodded yes. We asked him if he could see he
and he nodded no. We thought he may have had his tongue removed but when we
asked him he stuck it out so he still had it. We asked various questions and established that he was not married, worked in a tannery, had been put in the cell without a trial because he had fought with another man and killed him unintentionally.
He had a very sad and frightened look on him and at one point lunged down the room, knocking a few of us out of the way, towards Sarah looking really scared. We managed to calm him and we offered him water which he took and bread which he took but then gave back. At one point he put his hands out and touched the faces and hands of the group around him. We asked him if he had been there a long time and he nodded yes. He was constantly moving his head and straining to look out towards the entry to the cell and around the room, especially when we spoke. From his actions and demeanour we assumed that he had been left in the dark in the cell for some time and he could hear us but not see us which was obviously causing him some concern.
At this point we felt that we had disturbed him enough and called Lee back.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeSun Feb 15, 2009 10:51 pm

Tracey's report

Museum.



In response to the questions being asked, the glass moved around the table very strongly. When asked which male the spirit preferred, the glass moved strongly to a gentleman sitting at the table. The spirit was asked if this man resembled him and it moved for yes. To the question “would you like only women and the nominated man to remain in the room whilst all other males leave?” the glass moved very fast and strongly around the table. One of the women was suffering from very bad stomach pains (as earlier felt by another), and the spirit was asked if he was affecting her. The glass responded by moving around the table. Stella asked if she too could be affected and the glass moved in a straight line towards her. She said she didn’t feel it would be a very good idea for the women to be left in the room with the spirit and the glass moved very strongly towards Stella, leaving the table and hitting her with quite some force.



Switching to the table (which was EXCEPTIONALLY heavy), it moved intermittently but strongly. The bench many of the group were sitting on, was also being jolted. The spirit was asked to affect someone else’s chair, and one woman’s stool was tipped and she fell forward. The table moved strongly to most questions asked, but did not move continuously. One woman spoke out “Hazel” for no reason, and when asked why, did not respond. A few of the group heard a sharp exhale, and Lee felt as though we were “tiring” the spirit. He was bored with us and the communication ended.



Moving into the bar in the next room, a small number of the group positioned around a smaller table and placed the glass in the centre. Asking if there was a spirit in the room, the glass moved and went towards a group member who had connected with a spirit earlier on. We asked if it was “Lucy”, and Lee said “it’s Fanny”. The glass moved, one or two of the group said they could smell rosewater. As we were asking for the glass to move, half of the group left the room to go downstairs. We heard a gurgling sound coming from behind the bar, and on investigating, could not find an obvious source for this noise. We left the room to join the rest of the group.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeMon Feb 16, 2009 9:21 pm

Trip to Jerusalem – 14th February 2009

Clairs report.


When we spit into smaller groups, our group of 5 remained in the bar. We sat around a table, in the corner next to the fireplace, to try using the glass. Sarah asked out, and we quickly established that we had a male presence with us. Through continued questioning we established that it was the 1800’s and that the man’s wife worked in the inn but he didn’t. At this point when responding to questions the glass began to move directly to Val. When asked if Val reminded the man of someone and we were told that she reminded him of his wife. Sarah then asked for the glass to be moved on the first letter of the wife’s name. The glass was moved on the letter K and after going through names the man’s wife was identified as Kora. The process was then repeated for the man and the glass moved for the letter W. Claire and Val both had names at this point – Wilfred and William. The man indicated that his name was William. When asked if he had children we got a positive response and the glass began to twist around on the table. Claire gave the name Elsie and the glass responded positively. Sarah then asked for the glass to move when she reached the number for Elsie’s age. Elsie responded that she was 9. At this point Claire became very cold and felt that Elsie had a brother called Wilfred who was 6 years old. Elsie confirmed this for us.
Kora came to the glass for a brief period and told us that there were 5 spirits in the room with us - the 4 members of the family and 1 other. The glass then began to twist again. It was Wilfred that had joined us this time. Val and Claire were both feeling cold breezes across their hands that were on the glass and Tracy also went cold on her right side, as if someone was stood between herself and Chris next to the fire place. This turned out to be Wilfred. Claire then began to pick up on a lot of information about Wilfred and the rest of his family and felt a cold wave pass over her left hand side every time information being given was confirmed. Wilfred confirmed that the 5th spirit in the room was that of his pet rabbit Hoppy, who was brown and white. Wilfred’s favourite colour was green. Elsie wore pink ribbons in her hair and had a doll with long yellow hair and a blue dress. Wilfred had 5 marbles that his daddy took away and put in a bucket in the shed when he buried Elsie’s doll in the garden. Wilfred liked to throw sticks at people walking by. Wilfred’s mummy worked at the inn and his daddy worked in an office. Wilfred was being taught to play the piano by his mummy and his daddy was teaching him to read and write. When it was When it was mentioned by a couple of members of the group that Wilfred was a cheeky little boy, Tracy felt as if he had climbed on her knee and put his arm around her. Wilfred was also fond of sweets but only allowed them on Saturday if he had been a good boy. He knew that his daddy kept sugar mice on a high shelf. Just after this was mentioned a creaking was heard over by the bar, as if someone had climbed onto the bar. We also heard some noises coming from the safe room. Wilfred informed us that Elsie was playing in there and making the noises. He also confirmed that Elsie liked singing. Sarah asked Wilfred if he could get Elsie to sing for us, but we were told that Elsie didn’t like performing. Sarah then asked if Elsie could make a sound for us. At this point a bird was heard flying by and calling out. Wilfred said that Elsie had scared the bird.
Information about the family continued to come through. The children’s grandmother liked lavender and lived in a big house. The name Wilkinson came out and it was the grandmother’s surname. When asked if it was his name Wilfred indicated no. When asked if grandma was his mummy’s mummy he responded yes. Wilfred had been in his grandma’s bedroom when he wasn’t allowed. Her bedroom was blue, and he had spilt powder from her dressing table over the floor when he was in there.
We then asked if Wilfred and his family had died here, and he responded positively. We asked if there had been a fire and again got a positive response. Claire felt that although there had been a fire Wilfred had died because of the fire and not in it. At this point Tracy began to feel a tugging on the bottom of her trousers. When asked, Wilfred said that it was him and that he was hiding under the table because he didn’t want to go to bed. It was also established that the day of the fire was Kora’s birthday. Claire felt that the fire had started in Elsie’s bedroom when Kora knocked over a candle setting fire to the curtains. William was in the cellar looking for Wilfred when the fire started but went upstairs when he heard is wife screaming. All the time Wilfred was curled up hiding under the table with Hoppy. We then heard a child’s cry from near the fireplace.
Before finishing for a break we also found out that Wilfred had wore his mummy’s glasses and broke them as well as breaking Elsie’s hair brush. He also used to squash his daddy’s sandwiches to try and stop him going to work. Wilfred also said the Hoppy liked red apples.

After a break we went up to the room containing the cursed galleon. We stood around a table and asked for the glass to be moved if we had a spirit with us. The glass began twisting again. This time it was Elsie that we had with us. Claire was again being given information about the family. We found that the room had been Elsie’s bedroom. Tracy again went cold around her legs and when Elsie was asked where she was standing the glass went straight to Tracy. Elsie then told Claire that the window was open, and at this point Claire was able to visualise what had happened on the night of the fire.
The window nearest the stairs had been open and Kora had gone across to close it. As she lent across to close the window she knocked over the candle setting fire to the curtains and her new blue dress. Elsie had tried to put out the fire with the water on her bedside table. When that didn’t work she had tried to squeeze her mum around the legs to stop her burning and set herself on fire. All the time the glass was responding positively to the information and Tracy could feel her legs being squeezed. Also every time Kora was mentioned the glass was moved directly to Val. We decided at this point to try table tipping. As Chris took the glass off the table a child’s cry was heard from the direction of the museum room. This upset the group so we decided to carry on with the glass. Elsie then told Claire that she wanted everyone to be happy and continued to give more information about the family’s life before the fire.
Elsie liked to dress up in Grandma Wilkinson’s clothes because they were posh. She also used to wear her Grandma’s hat with big feathers on it. Grandma Wilkinson also used to take Elsie to the Art Gallery. Elsie’s other Grandma lived on a farm in Six Hills. There was a grey and white horse at the farm which Elsie used to ride and a red tractor that Wilfred liked. Elsie liked going to her daddy’s office and playing with the things on his desk. William had a silver pen at the office which Elsie took and hid in a small cupboard by the window where the fire started. She had also hidden Wilfred’s toy solider in the cupboard as well because he had buried Bella (her doll) in the garden. Elsie was a daddy’s girl and when Wilfred had broken her hair brush; her daddy had brought her a gold brush with flowers on the handle. William had brought Kora pink flowers for her birthday and this had made Elsie very jealous.
We were all still feeling very emotional, so we said goodbye to Elsie and decided to join the rest of the group in the cellar.
As we walked into the cellar Claire discovered that Elsie was still with the group as she was told ‘Daddy’s down here’. Elsie then said that daddy checked the pipes. When going through to the right hand part of the cellar Elsie told Claire that they had gone to far, so our small group returned to the main cellar area. Elsie then said that daddy was fixing things. Elsie then began singing ‘Wilfred’s in the garden, Wilfred’s in the garden’ as if she was telling tales on her brother. Every time Claire tried to go into the cellars on the right of the main area Elsie repeated that they had gone too far. Elsie then said she wanted to sing a song. When asked what type of song she responded ‘a happy song’. We suggested a few songs, but were unable to find one that she liked. After a while it became clear that the song she wanted was ‘In and out the dusty blue bells’ and that she wanted to go skipping. Tracy began to skip around the cellar and Elsie seemed happy with this. Before we left the cellar Elsie also asked if she could have ice cream.

Finally we went up to the ward area of the bar and Steve joined our group at the table to try the glass for one last time. When we asked out the glass moved to show a male presence and we established that we had William with us. He was quickly replaced on the glass by Elsie again. Tracy asked if Elsie was sitting on her knee and she responded yes. Tracy then felt as if Elsie was brushing her own hair, and Elsie replied that she was. We then discovered that William had not just brought Elsie a gold brush to replace the one that had been broken, but it had been a dressing set (brush, comb and mirror) with blue flowers on the handle, as blue was Elsie’s favourite colour. Elsie also said the Wilfred was still in the garden. When Claire asked if he was throwing sticks at the men walking by, the glass moved to Steve. We then asked if Wilfred would like to throw sticks at Steve and the glass went straight to him. At this point it was decided to bring the investigation to a close. We said goodbye to Elsie and she said goodbye by moving the glass to each of us in turn. As we left the table to return to the safe room, Elsie said to Claire in quite an exasperated tone ‘Wilfred’s still in the garden!’
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeMon Feb 16, 2009 10:41 pm

Brilliant report Claire,it still upsets me when thinking how pitiful the two crys were,as though they didnt want us to leave them to there fate.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeTue Feb 17, 2009 12:01 pm

Great report Claire. What a night, so much info, and such a sad story.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeTue Feb 17, 2009 3:40 pm

WOW its sounds like you had a fab night with lots happening, might have to come on the next one there.....
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeTue Feb 17, 2009 4:14 pm

great report stella tracey claire i can still hear the pitiful cry from the little girl it was a good night
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeTue Feb 17, 2009 4:18 pm

Brilliant reports. Sounds like a fab and interesting night, if you get the chance to visit again i would love to come along next time.
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PostSubject: Re: reports of this location   reports of this location Icon_minitimeWed Feb 18, 2009 2:35 am

Wow you got an amazing amount of detail from the glass,sounds great.
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