This past Friday, the BSPI (the local Boo Crew) headed by Karen Stevens visited Losekamp Hall on the Rocky Mountain College campus. Eric G. organized it and did an awesome job running the investigation. On an interesting side note, I had visited the campus in September for a field trip with Skyler and got to see the hall then…all I have to say is I want to be 18 and have some grand musical talent so I can spend all my time in that gorgeous building. But, while the kids and I were there one of the interior doors kept opening and solidly shutting of its own volition.
On investigation night, we did an initial sweep of the building, I volunteered to go to the basement. Armed with my EMF reader and a borrowed infared thermometer I headed down. When I reached the bottom of the stairs I felt, well to be honest…not alone. It was just such a definite feeling, but I told myself I was just jumpy because I was alone in a very old, very dark, and extremely creepy basement. My EMF readings were very high and the temp had dropped almost 15 degrees. Once I was done my sweep I asked one of the investigators that had been to a prior investigation at the site if readings like that were normal and they said with all the electrical conduits and such down there it made sense the readings would be like that. Well, later that evening I was back in the basement and low and behold my readings were not like that at all any more…the EMF stayed in a constant and normal zone and the temp was just 5 or 6 degrees less than the upper floors. I realize now I need to trust my feelings. Who knows what I may have caught on film if I had trusted that inner nagging that things were getting a bit out of the ordinary. I’m knee deep in digital recordings and video (having listened to 2 hours of voice recordings already), but will post anything extrordinary.