Paranormal Investigators Of Milwaukee

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Private Residence
February 1st, 2014
Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee (PIM)

INVESTIGATORS: Gravy and Denys

Tea Krulos: Author of "Heroes in the Night: Inside the Real Life Superhero Movement". Tea's next book is about paranormal investigation, and he is following PIM as part of his research.

ENVIRONMENTAL DATA - Time taken: 8:28 pm

Weather Outside: Scattered clouds

Outside Temperature: 19.0 degrees F

Wind Speed: 10.0 mph

Barometric Pressure: 29.17 steady

Humidity: 79%

Moon Phase: 7% Full Waxing Crescent

Geomagnetic Field: Quiet

Solar X-rays: M Class Solar Flares

Solar Wind Speed: 351.7 km/sec

Solar Wind Density: 2.3 protons/cm3

Radio Sun: 10.7 cm flux; 166 sfu

Planetary K-index Now: Kp=2; quiet

Planetary K-index 24hr Max: Kp=2; quiet

Interplanetary Magnetic Field Btotal: 5.6 nT

Interplanetary Magnetic Field Bz: 0.9 nT south

Sunspot: Yes; 87, AR1967 w/intensity

Coronal Holes: None

ARRIVAL:

The group arrived at the location at 7:00 pm and was met by the clients of the location. The group brought equipment into the house and set up base camp in the Living Room. The owner went around and showed the group where activity was and described the events in those areas. The client's then left the home and the group began setting up their equipment. Once equipment was set up, the group took baseline EMF and temperature readings and recorded the outside weather conditions.

REPORTED ACTIVITY:

  • 1st Floor
  • -Nutcracker statues being moved from one location to another in the Dining Room

    -Hand held mirror fell off sink in Bathroom

    -Door to 1st Floor closet unlatched on its own

    -Footsteps heard going up the stairs to the 2nd Floor

  • 2nd Floor
  • -A shadow figure was seen moving across the doorway of the Bathroom on the 2nd Floor

    -The Female Client was physically pushed to the ground

    -The Female Client feeling something sit down on the bed and then having something flick the blanket while in the Master Bedroom

  • Basement
  • -Whistling sounds and stomping feet heard from the 1st Floor

    -While Daughter and friend were sleeping, Daughter felt her bra strap get snapped twice when friend was sleeping. Friend reported feeling something poking her in the back during the same night while the Daughter was sleeping

    -Heavy breath heard in Female Client's Bedroom

INVESTIGATION:

START TIME: 8:41 pm

LOCATION: 2nd Floor

The group spread out and had five minutes of control silence before beginning an EVP session. Denys sat in the Master Bedroom, Gravy at the top of the stairs and Tea sat on the couch on the Landing Area. It was noted there was a draft in the Master Bedroom causing the plastic around the window to move. Initially this gave the impression that something was moving in the room. At the time, there were no known responses to the questions asked. Upon review of the audio and video, no evidence was caught during this time.

END TIME: 9:18 pm

START TIME: 9:28 pm

LOCATION: 1st Floor

The group spread out on the 1st Floor and observed five minutes of control silence before beginning an EVP session. Denys sat in the Dining Room. Gravy and Tea sat in the Living Room on opposite sides of the room.

During this session, Denys noticed the Kitchen light up. Upon investigating this, it was noted that there were several electronic devices in a particular corner of the room. One of these devices would turn on when there were notifications.

No activity occurred during this time and no evidence was caught on camera or audio.

END TIME: 10:10 pm

The group took a short break to check equipment.

START TIME: 10:27 pm

LOCATION: Basement

The group spread out in the Basement and observed five minutes of control silence before beginning an EVP session. Gravy began by sitting in the Female Client's Bedroom. Denys sat in the Daughter's Bedroom and Tea sat near the bar.

Gravy noted that when the furnace turned on and off, the metal duct work contracted and expanded creating a lot of popping noises throughout different areas of the Basement. Under certain circumstances, this common occurrence could be the reason for many misidentified sounds in the house.

Gravy moved to the bottom of the stairs to better position himself for observing the Kitchen and entrance to the Bathroom. It was determined that the claim of whistling heard in the Basement from the 1st Floor could possibly come from one of the many electronic devices at the top of the stairs in the Kitchen. Even though one device continued to turn on lighting up the Kitchen, none of the devices made a whistling sound. This was explained to the home owner later in the night and was going to be looked into further to determine if any devices do make a whistling sound when a notification is received.

At 10:40 pm, Denys heard three faint footsteps on the 1st Floor but no recording device captured said event. It was noted that the homeowner also has cats, which might explain the sounds of walking upstairs as the cats jump down from furniture. No cats were in the location during the investigation so this theory couldn't be fully investigated.

No other activity occurred or was captured on any device during this time.

END TIME: 11:11 pm

The group took a short break to replace some batteries in some of the equipment. The group also notified the owner's to allow them to come back and investigate with the team for the remainder of the night. It was theorized that the activity surrounded the Female Client and by having her there, activity might increase.

START TIME: 11:27 pm

LOCATION: 2nd Floor

The group spread out on the 2nd Floor. Since silence was already observed in this area earlier, they began an EVP session. Gravy sat in the Master Bedroom. Tea and Denys sat in the Landing Area. At 11:33 pm, Denys heard a possible faint female scream or cat meow. It was determined the sound came from outside and was not captured on an audio device regardless.

At 11:40 pm, the Female Client returned and joined the group on the Landing Area for the remainder of the night.

No other activity occurred during this time and the group moved to the next location.

END TIME: 12:00 am

START TIME: 12:01 am

LOCATION: 1st Floor

The group spread out on the 1st Floor and began an EVP session. Denys sat with the Female Client in the Kitchen. Gravy sat in the Dining Room and Tea sat in the Living Room. No activity occurred during this time and no activity was captured via any of the many recording devices that were running. The group decided to move to the final location of the investigation.

END TIME: 12:16 am

START TIME: 12:18 am

LOCATION: Basement

The group spread out in the Rec Room of the Basement and began an EVP session. No activity occurred during this time and nothing was captured via any of the recording devices.

END TIME: 12:41 am

The investigation was called to an end at 12:41 am. The group discussed some of their observations throughout the night and some techniques in dealing with future activity should it occur. Such techniques included documentation of activity.

The group packed up their equipment and left the house shortly after 1:00 am.

EVIDENCE:

AUDIO: None
VIDEO: None

CONCLUSION:

Even though no activity occurred during the investigation and no evidence was captured, PIM cannot conclude definitively that there is no activity at this location. Hopefully through future investigations and further research of the location more answers can be found. It is the nature of the paranormal that not all investigations yield paranormal activity, even if there is anything paranormal present.

PIM was able to come up with normal explanations for some of the activity that was reported by the client's and PIM encourages the client's to continue documenting any further experiences.

PIM would like to thank the clients of this location for allowing them to come into their home and attempt to debunk and further investigate claims that could not be explained by way of natural reasoning. PIM hopes to continue their relationship with the client's and will be available to assist if any further activity occurs.