October 6, 2006 from Pahrump, Nevada


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Villisca Axe Murders
Villisca, Iowa
Dorothy Lasso of Cdrvlllasso@aol.com

During the late night hours of June 9th, 1912, while Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Moore, their four children, and two friends were sleeping, one of America’s most infamous crimes known to history occurred: the Villisca Axe Murders.

Sometime before the Moore’s returned home and went to bed, someone slipped into their home, hid in the attic, and waited for the cover of darkness. Once the house was quiet, the killer slinked out of the attic, and first hacked Mr. and Mrs. Moore to death, then moved down the narrow hallway to the other upstairs bedroom and chopped the four Moore children to pieces.

After finishing off the Moore family, the psycho crept down the stairs and bludgeoned the two unsuspecting Stillinger sisters to death, and then walked right out of the house, locking the door behind, never to be seen again.

Mansfield Reformatory (Ohio)
Charles Cox

I have attached another EVP. We were at the Mansfield Reformatory (Old Prison) in Mansfield Ohio. We were getting ready to pack up an leave. I had my video camera running. This voice was recorded on the audio. As far as anyone knows, it was not one of our people. The area we were in is known to be haunted by the spirit of the Warden's wife who died accidentally.

Old Opera House (West Virginia)
Bob Gallienne

It's a theater with amazing acoustics. Recorder was on middle of stage. I got the child again too but it's faint.

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