William J. Lemp Mansion - Rating: Yellow
We traveled to St. Louis, MO. to investigate The William J. Lemp Mansion.
On arrival, we entered the Mansion to meet Lou Brock, the Mansion Historian. He showed the team around the Mansion
and gave a brief history of the significance of each room in the Mansion. After our tour, we left the Mansion
to explore St. Louis and grab some dinner. We returned around 10:00 pm to start the investigation. No video survelience
was conducted, but many photographs were taken and E.V.P was conducted. Results from E.V.P and photographs presented
conclusive evidence towards paranormal activity. Dogs barking were heard over an E.V.P reading as well as voices.
Pictures revealed orbs in numerous rooms and a stairway through a mirror. Shadows were seen in three different
areas of the Mansion; one on the stairway to the attic, another seen on the stairway to the foyer, and yet another in the
lavender room. More than one team member experienced an apparition appearing in the likeness of another team member.
During these experiences, each team member was accounted for by another team member leaving no other conclusion than
paranormal activity. Items were taken from team member by unseen forces and placed in areas of the Mansion that team
members had not occupied at that time. In conclusion to our investigation, The William J. Lemp Mansion contains
a substantial amount of paranormal activity that requires further investigation.