On January 20, 2018, our team hosted a “Teen Night” at the Harding Museum. It was a cold, drizzly night and we were expecting a group of twelve men, women and children. We didn’t really know what to expect or who they were. It was a night of mystery beginning with the location and the people.
What could be better?
With cameras set around the house, one downstairs facing into the sunroof where General Harding was thought to have passed and two in the main hallway on the second floor – one facing the doll room and the other facing Anna’s room. We set up chairs for our guests and set the monitors for the night’s events.
When they arrived, we found out that the group was actually a 4H group doing a project about “people of the past”….. what better way to learn about people of the past than asking them questions in the afterlife? Very ingenious!
After giving a short little session about our equipment and what we do, we split into two groups of six. The Parallel Truth investigators that were present were Dani, Tim, Greg, and Robyn. Dani and Robyn took a group to the basement, while Tim and Greg took the other group to the second floor. To avoid noise contamination, we try to keep a floor between the groups.
In the basement, we were getting very slow responses or responses that were confusing to our questions. Sometimes when that happens, it usually means the spirit is either not used to speaking to the living or possibly shy. So, during the session in the basement, we found out why. The spirit was not a resident of the Harding House, but a relative of the group that came with the 4H group. This happens at times, but is amazing when it does. Sometimes people get very emotional or what to say things that they couldn’t prior to the death. But, this group was amazing. One young boy, maybe 8, wasn’t scared at all and embraced the fact that this spirit had been falling him and his family for years. He was excited to speak with him and use the dowsing rods, like a pro.
We didn’t have much more time in the basement before we switched up the routine and were on the move. I hope this group was able to make contact with uncle Mike later during their visit or after they returned home.
I’m not sure what happened during the other group’s investigation, but I do know that the evening was very eventful and exciting. We’ll let you know what evidence we found after reviewing the evidence- which is the hardest part of this hobby.
If you attended this event, please let us know what your own personal experiences were during this investigation.
I hope it was a great learning experience for all.