We have three investigations going on next weekend. Friday night is one just for us, a fun one to just play around in Jacksonville, see if we catch anything and laugh at ourselves. Saturday we have two to cover, both serious the first one won't take long (we hope, sometimes you never know until you get there) and has been planned for a while. The other one is a referral and needs immediate response. It is in a large private residence that will take all night and all of our equipment. So set up and break down time will be a while too. Also the paperwork required on a private business or residence is considerable and I am still trying to get that in order.
This is the first time in a while that our Georgia members will be up to join us, so Saturday we will be investigating with a full team of 10 and I have a feeling it's going to take all of us to do the private residence. I'm a little nervous but excited at the same time over that one.
We had two of the members from Georgia go to the Tallassee, Alabama Confederate Armory last night and got some amazing results on EVP and photo evidence. It will take us a while to go through the photos to rule out any normal occurance vs paranormal. So these won't be published for a while.
Being a Pug owner and lover I was particularly excited over one picture. It is well known that Pugs are more tuned in to the paranormal than other breeds, my Pug is no exception. But in one photo we clearly have a ghost pug (neither my Pug nor I were present for this investigation) in the window of an abandoned armory building, so clear that we can even see the mask, the black ears and the curled tail. Even more exciting this picture was taken in daylight. Ok, Ok, I can't resist a sneak preview of the pug!
Please keep in mind I have enhanced this particular photo for you to easier see what I am talking about. This did not show up in other pictures taken of the same window and we haven't quite been able to figure out what the thing beside it is. Since it's an old armory, possibly a helmet?