*Disclaimer: Most of these places are illegal to visit so if you see a trespassing sign, use your common sense. If you trespass, it’s on your own terms, not ours.*
Ahh…another visit to the lovely Middletown Psych Center. Once again we had EMF reader and cameras with us; but this time, we also brought a voice recorder and microphone.
Now, the night before we had went to the Psych Center briefly, and while walking around with the EMF reader, I had felt a warm “pressure” pushing down on my neck, and my friends EMF reader was bugging out when he stepped back from me a few feet. That was enough for me that night, and we had left.
The next night, we brought two more people with us. Same as last time, walked around some buildings, the EMF reader had went a little nutty a few times, but nothing too crazy. We decided to check out the hospital building last. The infamous building where I got “kicked” by something…
I had a bad feeling come over me as soon as we walked in the door. The one friend we brought was, unfortunately drunk and being loud, obnoxious, and just plain disrespectful. She was picking up signs and throwing them, being loud saying “come out ghosts hahhahahahahaha”. Everytime she did something stupid, the EMF reader would flip out. Going from 0%-100% in a matter of seconds. NEVER has the EMF reader freaked out outside.
Once we got in the car, we checked pictures, got a few GREAT orb shots, and then proceeded home. As I was in laying in bed, trying to sleep, my phone rang. It was my buddy Mike. While listening to the recordings, we did indeed catch something. Something weird. Something absolutely scary. I wouldn’t listen to it before I went to sleep…so the next day, he had put it up on our Ghost Hunting Myspace.
You can listen to the EVP here in our new blog:
or right here:
It sounds as if, whoever/whatever it is, is saying “can’t forget…can’t forget…” Listen. Leave what YOU think may be being said. We’ll be going back within in a few days to try and catch more. Add our Ghost Hunting Myspace to keep up to date on our findings! More blogs to come!