Arkansas Air Museum - Rating: Yellow
The Arkansas Air Museum proved to be a difficult investigation. Our
team started out short handed, with the absence our medium, Ron Towle. In addition, the spirits decided to play pranks
on us from the beginning, draining every battery we had on hand within five minutes of us being there. Two of our members
had to make a special "recon" trip to Wal-Mart to purchase some back-ups. Upon their return around 10:15 p.m., we went
lights out. We split into two teams, with half investigating the hangar, and the other half investigating the offices.
The team that investivated the hangar ran into a few interesting anomalies.
They heard talking where they knew no one was. They also heard walking on the hangar roof and various other areas
throughout the hangar. Two team members were "followed" into the storage room on the second story, where our motion
sensor camera turned itself off. The team encountered many cold spots where the E.M.F. meter would spike.
E.V.P. of a spirit claiming to fly in and out of Drake Field was also captured.
Our team that investigated the office also came across several anomalies
during the course of the investigation. They held a conversation with a spirit claiming to be that of Ray Ellis' wife.
She would reply with E.M.F. readings to questions asked by the investigators.
Perhaps the strangest occurrance of all has yet to be confirmed or denied
by members of the team. One of the digital recorders disappeared at the beginning of the investigation, only to turn
up lying on top of one of the recording video cameras. Upon replaying what was recorded on it, we discovered only three
seconds of footage, which merely contained the word "Watch." After reviewing the video, we did not catch anything out
of the ordinary. However, we continue to review that tape due to the chilling message on the recorder.
We look forward to returning to the air museum to invesitgate it a second
time. We hope our medium can join us next time, hopefully filling in answers to several of our questions.