On November 9, 2018, Ghostly Activities and AGHOST investigated Spooked In Seattle and the Seattle Underground. We caught a possible shadow person on video, and ghost engagement using music as a trigger. Get the details after the jump.
Possible Shadow Person Captured In Spooked In Seattle Lobby
Normally, Ghostly Activities and AGHOST do not use ITC devices, like the P-SB11 spirit box in this video, for evidence collection. But during this investigation, we wanted to show new team members when to use them, how to use them, and how annoying these devices can be.
Sixteen minutes into the ITC session, a shadow crossed in front of our camera and may have bumped the camera. We shot this video in infrared and it didn’t pick up the shadow, but we obviously noticed the visible light blocked. The shadow was so defined, we thought someone got inside Spooked In Seattle, but we would have noticed that. Team member, John, checked for an intruder, but didn’t find anyone. It’s odd how the visible light got blocked, but infrared light didn’t register the shadow.
Shadow Crossing Table Close-Up
In the video, it looks like something moved the camera and you hear a snapping sound. This makes us believe a possible shadow person manifested in front of the camera. It blocked visible light from the camera, but the IR light didn’t seem to pick it up. This video was shot in infrared light.
Other Ghostly Evidence Captured
For most of the evening, we used music and foreign languages during our EVP sessions. In the back of Spooked In Seattle, we got responses when asked about games, played music from 1900-1910, and spoke in Norwegian. The clip below shows a sample of our EVP session. We measured the responses on a K2 meter.
Note: K2 meters can be very sensitive to environmental changes. We used a Mel 8704-R-REM-ATDD meter with it, but did not use the EM generating part. That sound would interfere with the EVP session. We did use the Mel 8704R to confirm the K2 meter’s changes.
We didn’t capture any temperature changes that we couldn’t explain. AGHOST currently reviews their audio data: Ghostly Activities used video for this investigation. That review will finish on November 10, 2018. I will update those findings in this post.