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Lisa confirmed, “That’s what we were hearing.”

Jenny was incredulous. “That just scared the holy heck out of me!”

During the next 30 or 40 minutes, questions continued. The knocks became less frequent and finally subsided. As their time in the barn concluded, Jenny, Lisa and Sue reluctantly left hoping audio or video would reveal evidence that the knocks were a response to their questions.

In the early hours of the morning we called it a wrap. Saying our goodbyes to George, Jane, Tracey and Ray and thanking them for bravely sticking it out with us to the bitter end, we headed home.

A week later we received a call from Jenny and Lisa. Though nothing had turned up on video, they had captured some interesting EVPs. After listening to them, Bev and I got excited. We cleared off our schedules for the day and began our own review of what we had recorded.

All of us were shocked at the volume of evidence collected. The first series of EVPs were recorded within the first minute of Lisa’s team settling in the attic.

It began when Sue turned to Ray and said, “I’m sorry, I can’t remember your name.”

Ray responded. What no one heard, however, was the other response. The whispered, “Winona.” Seconds after that, “Go back.”


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