By Dave, May 14 2018 03:37PM
Well where do I start, another amazing night at the Masonic Hall, this was our second public event of the year, it all kicked off with me anyway when Jack (one of the masons that runs the Masonic) taking me back down to the boiler room, to look where we could set up one of our cctv cameras and trigger objects. As I went through the door to the boiler room I was overcome with fear to the point that I was shaking, as we both returned to the main hub/base for the night I went over to my partner Jacqui, I was then overcome with sadness that I felt like crying, I will explain these emotions later in the blog.
As we got underway we took our new team members and the public around the many rooms in this massive building, I have to say one night isn't enough to investigate every room it really needs 2 nights, as we all gathered in one room we all sat around in a circle and used the portal app to communicate with spirit, to the extent that both K2's were going off the scale as well as the handheld rem/emf meter, the device reached a staggering 160.6mg and the rem was flashing all the lights which took one of our team members Rocky by surprise.
The portal device came up with a lot of replies when asking questions from the team and public, just as we were switching the device off it said Jacqui's name. It was a night of mixed emotions happiness, saddness and anger, the Egytian room gives you a real nasty / heavy feeling which can very much affect the team and public, a lot of people were feeling a heaviness.
One of our team had to leave the room in the very early stages, Becky was overcome with anger and saddness, about 10 minutes later we had to rap the investigation up in that room, as I was also getting to the point of anger, like I got on our first investigation there, we all took a break to have a drink and some biscuits, before moving on to the next room, the night seemed to flyby. We ended up going back to the boiler room again, standing in one particular spot in the room made you feel very dizzy, again one of our team members had to leave the room, Michelle felt the same thing dizzy but also very faint. The night ended to soon as 2:00am approached.
Like I stated before the building has so many rooms that you really need two nights to cover it. Me and Jacqui thank all those people that came, and we were really impressed with our new team members. Michelle Anderson, Becky McCormack, Rocky Appleton sadly Rocky's partner Michelle Morgan was on holiday, but we look forward to working with her.