[QUOTE=6th;60468934]Was great to be the first group to get in an tackle this
Actually when Drey I interviewed the client she indicated that
A) A paranormal group in the early 80s/late 70s looked into the back service corridor where they keep the bins, they claimed that recessed pipes in the walls accounted for some of the bangs, but not for the messed up bins in the mornings.
B) Some psychic guy looked into reports in the late 80's about a child crying.
a lot of the stories that we looked into were since then though, the man in the bar etc.
I would still like to point out that
There must be 40 screwed open windows in the service corridors some are just broken and bang in the wind,
There is a lot of wind whistling around banging some of the windows and doors and creating cool breezes,
The maintained emergency lighting created some blurry spots on the cctv
The same emergency lighting created bright and dark spots for shadows
The wind + the curtains, they are all over the place curtains on the stage, on the walls etc, so wind curtains light and dark spots = shadows.
There is an array of single and three phase cabling in the place, lots of control and signal cabling on the stage, EMF readings were up and down with items on standby clicking on and off, plus flooding from external sources.
Finally it's in town so with the open windows you do hear an array of things crying, shouts laughing etc.
Once again I was not there when the footsteps were heard, or the banging that Drey and 6th were there for, so I saw or heard nothing out of the ordinary. I found it a very pleasant environment, and the staff have great stories and memories of their own experience.
Last edited by Stoner; 30-05-2009 at 13:57.