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post #61 of 118 Old 08-16-2013, 09:20 PM
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me andmy hubby say put a tape recorder in the barn. youll hear whatever it is. a baby monitor wont pick it up. im very aware of the paranormal. my 2 year old talks to her poppy (my hubbys dad) he passed away 6 years ago.
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post #62 of 118 Old 08-16-2013, 09:27 PM
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As far as paramormal investigating goes, I am actually a paranormal investigator in a very highly respected paranormal research group that is very well known.

Everyone has mentioned everything we would first try to rule out. (EMF, geological, predators, etc)

If you PM me your state/location, I can use our network to find you a reputable organization that could come and check things out. Whatever you do...don't allow anyone to charge you any money to investigate and be careful of groups that say they can "remove" whatever they may find.
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post #63 of 118 Old 08-16-2013, 09:28 PM
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Just reading this thread is creeping me out. I would be the person that stayed two days!
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post #64 of 118 Old 08-16-2013, 10:56 PM
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What about something that might be making a noise outside of human hearing range? You know, like the way a dog can be trained wih a high pitched whistle. No idea about horse hearing, just tossing it out there. : /
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post #65 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 07:46 AM
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What about something that might be making a noise outside of human hearing range? You know, like the way a dog can be trained wih a high pitched whistle. No idea about horse hearing, just tossing it out there. : /
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Wouldn't that be something!

Someone doesn't cotton to anyone moving onto the farm, they come sneaking around, staying a far enough distance to not be seen or get caught and start blowing a silent whistle.

I have never used one, so I have no idea how many different types of sounds they make.

That is an interesting and viable theory--------------

Were it me, I also would take "Corgi" up on her offer, if nothing comes from sleeping in the barn last night. Which, I hope you changed your mind on that - lol lol
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post #66 of 118 Old 08-17-2013, 08:48 AM Thread Starter
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Wouldn't that be something!

It would be but then how would you explain people leaving after spending under a year at this place?



I was crazy enough to sleep in the barn with my horse and the two dogs. I curled up in my sleeping bag, with my gun nearby just in case it was a large critter. Sleep was virtually impossible, I think that I got maybe an hour of sleep last night. Not only was my horse going crazy trying to get out of her stall but both of my dogs were going nuts as well. Barking and growling at nothing, the barking they were doing sounded like "you come any closer and your throat is going to be ripped out" type of bark. The recorder caught nothing, as far as I can tell, but I'm dropped it off at the post office this morning to send it to my uncle in PA who used to do paranormal investigations so he knows what to look for. When I first went into the barn and set up my sleeping bag the atmosphere was almost eerily calm. But after my mare woke me up in a panic I did notice that the atmosphere, or energy, in the barn seemed to have changed. I can't really explain it, only way I really can is to say that it gave me some serious creeps. I'm going to call my friend, who is really a pen pal of mine in a way but now I live close to him then before, and see if he can come check things out. He's a native american medicine man so maybe he knows if anything happened here between the indians or can tell me what to do in order to keep peace at this place. After last night I'm seriously starting to believe that what I'm going up against is something paranormal.
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It would be but then how would you explain people leaving after spending under a year at this place? True



I was crazy enough to sleep in the barn with my horse and the two dogs. I curled up in my sleeping bag, with my gun nearby just in case it was a large critter. Sleep was virtually impossible, I think that I got maybe an hour of sleep last night. I tip my hat to you - there is no way this side of H88l and back I would have had enough nerve to do that. I can well imagine you got no sleep

Not only was my horse going crazy trying to get out of her stall but both of my dogs were going nuts as well. Barking and growling at nothing, the barking they were doing sounded like "you come any closer and your throat is going to be ripped out" type of bark. Well that's all pretty scary.

The recorder caught nothing, as far as I can tell, but I'm dropped it off at the post office this morning to send it to my uncle in PA who used to do paranormal investigations so he knows what to look for.And we will all be waiting to hear his thoughts.

When I first went into the barn and set up my sleeping bag the atmosphere was almost eerily calm. But after my mare woke me up in a panic I did notice that the atmosphere, or energy, in the barn seemed to have changed. I can't really explain it, only way I really can is to say that it gave me some serious creeps.I get it -- for the first time, since I started following this thread, the hair is up on the back of my neck.

I'm going to call my friend, who is really a pen pal of mine in a way but now I live close to him then before, and see if he can come check things out. He's a native american medicine man so maybe he knows if anything happened here between the indians or can tell me what to do in order to keep peace at this place. Another great person to call on for help. I can't wait to hear his thoughts, too.

After last night I'm seriously starting to believe that what I'm going up against is something paranormal.The scary thing about that is, "it" or "they" don't seem too friendly
Something else to consider: I wonder if, several owners back, someone practiced demonism and, someone from the other side has decided they're not leaving?

I feel sure your uncle, your friend, or both are going to have something to say.

In the meantime, I think I would still research the newspaper archives, if you have time. You never know what might turn up.

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I CAN'T ride 'em n slide 'em. I HAVE to lead 'em n feed 'em Thnx cowchick77.

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I'm going to the library now to look at there town records and archives, which isn't much because most of the archives have gone missing it seems.
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Thats.......odd. Something happened that none wants you to know. Thats for sure.

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I had the entire property checked out to make sure the electric, plumbing etc was all good and sound. The day that Sal died he was in a temporary pasture nowwhere near any electric wires I have on the property, my fences are wood. I had him in there with Roxie, my blind mare to see if they would settle but no.
They would not have checked for currant in the ground which was my 1st thought along with spirits. Animals can sense stuff like that and I have watched some paranormal shows about it when animals get upset and we see nothing. You could do some google searches and get info I am sure.
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