Just to give everyone a little update. We presented our evidence to a small crowd of about 20 people. We had some interesting EVPs that we played and got a lot of positive feedback. We also got a lot of questions to qualify our evidence and we were able to go step-by-step in the processes we use to debunk our evidence before we even present this evidence to the public and client. Everyone was very receptive of the information we passed along and there were a lot of very good questions asked. All in all it was a great experience not only for our client and the public, but for our team as well.
We also set up another investigation for the location that was just completed on Nov, 29th. We are going over our evidence right now, but myself and another guest investigator along with our lead investigator experienced a phantom smell. It actually smelled like a strong aftershave. We tried to debunk this smell by trying to find a source, but we could not. Another interesting aspect of this phantom smell was the fact it actually moved around in the basement we were in and actually followed us up the steps.
And for those who are wondering, No, none of us were wearing aftershave or perfume. We have a rule against wearing any jewelry that can jingle or any aftershave, perfume, or body spray on an investigation.
As soon as we post our findings and any EVPs we will provide those for your review.
Mark Shadley, Investigator/Researcher Black Hills Paranormal Investigations
Black Hills Paranormal Investigations www.bhparanormal.com "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth." Sherlock Holmes