Springfield Paranormal Research Group
On 11-07-04 and 12-31-04 we caught some very go photos.
On 8-09-05 and 8-10-05 During our investigation at one point we
kept hearing gun shots and canon fire.There were no reenactments
going on so we can rule out that possibility.When we first got there
something pulled me from my wheel chair and ripped my shirt.Upon
inspecting myself we found four long scratches on me in the area where
my shirt was torn they looked like finger nail marks.This happen again
the next day.
On 11-12-05 We were taking temp. reading the base temp. was 55 degrees.
At areas of reported paranormal activity the temp. would drop as far down
to 27 degrees.In one area of bloody hill there was an over powering smell
of something dead. I was the only one that could smell it.No clue why.
11-12-05 It was cold about 55 and raining.We had some new members join, so
I set up a long investigation.I wanted to see if our new members had it in
them to stick with it.We were not expecting it to rain but when we showed up
at the site it was down pouring.I was surprised when they all said they still
wanted to do it.I did not think we were going to get anything under these
conditions but they wanted to do it.
They took a lot of photos, no evp's to windy and no video.We did take temp
readings and at certain areas that cherry felt something the temp would drop
from 55 to 27.after viewing the photos there was really nothing that day, only
one photo had a fog in it not sure why.We have had some real good investigations
out there but today was just not going to reveal anything.Our new team member
were great they hung in there,and a investigating here is not an easy task, a
lot of miles to cover.
My Finding's=If I were asked if the battle field was
haunted,I would have no problem saying it is.It's not everyday you go on an
investigation and get pulled from a chair.
11-12-05 The day was cold, and it looked as if the weather wasn't going to be
fair to us. With new members and the history of the battlegrounds, our spirits
refused to be controlled by the weather. After meeting in the office, we agreed
that we were going to do this as a group, rain or not. Thank goodness the rain
stopped. We stopped and hiked to the place where the mill once was and took
pictures, but the thrill of the fact was that our group was willing to travel
in the weather.
We traveled to the graveyard and took more pictures. We traveled to the the
Ray House, but we were unable to get in due to the fact that it was closed to
tours. There were still belongings in the home to show people the way of life
back then. We peeked through the windows and moved to what is known as Bloody
Hill. We walked down the hill and began feeling things, things that where
different. At one point on the trail I stopped, for a pain in my stomach area
overtook me, but it passed and we moved on. We were all tired, but we felt that
we had a good time and thank goodness the weather was good to us. That night we
had a bad Storm. I felt that something was there, and I'm sure that we will go
back, and they will be there waiting for us too. Cherry