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Monday, October 26, 2020

Podcasting and the Paranormal

When we take our show on the road, we visit haunted locations, tour historical sites... We stop to take pictures and discuss all of the interesting things that are reportedly residing within those locations. But at the end of the day, we have to sleep somewhere. Be it a campsite, or in the back of an SUV. We almost always stay at a location that has reports of paranormal activity. When we set our sites on Las Vegas, nothing about that thought process had changed. Though this time we had months of planning time to narrow down our choices and after going back and forth a few times between one very special location and another, we chose Bally's hotel. Bally's had everything that we needed, well almost. The room we got had an incredible view of Las Vegas, and even from the corner of our window you could see the famous Bellagio Fountain. The one thing it didn't have was a coffee maker. COME ON! 

And after hiking to the hotel from the parking lot which seemed to be on the opposite end of the strip (not really, but it felt like it) and after standing in a long line at Bally's to check in, we dragged our bags, cooler, and recording equipment all the way up to the 73rd floor! Only to discover there was no coffee maker :( so we had to make due, and indulged in a glass of wine each before calling our Uber to head over to visit Zak Bagans Haunted Museum! The glass of wine at least put us at ease from all the stress from hitting the dense Las Vegas traffic! Finally as the sun began to set, we rolled up to the Haunted Museum thinking that all was now well with the world! Yes we were very excited to tour this place, being that it was Wendy's second time to visit and Chris's first - we we're both just stoked to see what was waiting on the other side of that spooky haunted museum door! Well the Museum lived up to our expectations as it should have! We we're excited to see many of the artifacts that we had previously discussed on the podcast. So not only we're we at Zak Bagans haunted museum, it also felt like we had also taken a little stroll down memory lane! :)

Leaving the museum, we headed back to our hotel to record the show, but only after dinner and a quick tour of the Bellagio Fountain - which coincidentally was right across the street from our hotel. Unfortunately the overload of craziness at the fountain mixed with having a very late dinner as well as being overly exhausted from all of the running we did that day meant that the podcast would have to wait until the morning. Remember when I said there was no coffee maker... Right... But Wendy was able to lockdown a couple of bottles of Starbucks cold brew for us from the downstairs lobby!! Score, now we can rock and roll! We started out and completed one podcast recording which delve into all the cool things we saw at the haunted museum but also one specific item that had a crazy demon story linked to it... But of course it did, the item was at Zak Bagans haunted museum after all... 

So onto the next podcast which is all about haunted hotels in Las Vegas - Creatures of the Night Paranormal Podcast 109 "That hotel just easts souls" strange thing is, our hotel did more then just eat souls... Like, could it get any stranger then that? Our camera equipment completely malfunctioned and refused to record! We replaced memory cards, and the camera even indicated that it had a full battery but in the end it was not going to record. Wendy decided to pull out her cellphone and record us podcasting instead which turned out to be the decision that saved this show... You see, not only did the camera fail, but so did our mic's! And this was only discovered after uploading the podcast, to ready it for publishing. By that time, we were no where near our haunted hotel in Las Vegas! Because Wendy thought to use her cellphone to record, the show was able to be salvaged and even though the audio is clearly not like it is from our other shows, the show still made it! 

I have to think that maybe the spirits there were actively trying to stop us from talking about this story. One that brought us to Las Vegas to visit, investigate and to tell others which involves a rather tragic incident, leading many to experience paranormal activity after their night of gambling it up downstairs. Bally's hotel was our choice for this podcast for a variety of reasons but it definitely adds to the mystery, knowing that we almost walked away without the podcast! So do us a favor and download Episode 109, the show that almost wasn't.

Sunday, April 19, 2020

Creatures of the Night, Trish and Trina

Hello! My name is Chris (I'm the one on the monitor there, mouth wide open. Yea, that's me...) and the long haired lady with that delicious looking glass of wine, is Wendy. Together we are The Creatures of the Night. Once upon a time we would skulk around the woods or the cemeteries investigating anything we could in the dead of night, and by doing so we encountered a few of the wildest things! Things that neither of us thought we'd ever encounter on those late nights in the dirty south... We were really having an amazing time discovering the paranormal and then one day I decided to move far far away, and Wendy did the same thing... Well, we could no longer hop in the car and drive off to the locations we wanted to investigate. So we started flying to some of these places, and our investigations just got better and better and the people we've met and the experiences that we've had along the way are some of those that can never be forgotten. But why am I even telling you all of this? Because we didn't stop... 
I moved to New England, Wendy moved to Arizona, and we decided to start a little Paranormal Podcast. Actually it was all Wendy's idea :) But after having just finished producing our 82nd episode, I realized that our pictures on the  original paranormal web page www.ibelieveinghosts.com, are little out of date. Well... those old pictures are going to have to stay like that,  and not just because I'm super nostalgic, but because I don't know when the next time the two of us will be together for a legit and organized updated photo shoot... 
So while we are very busy putting together quality programming, A.K.A The Creatures of the Night Podcast, I decided that this would be the best time to show you all updated looks that the Creatures, Trish and Trina are rocking! I realize that having said that, that many of our listeners already know what we look like. Mom and dad, uncles and cousins, because they make up about half of our listeners... Just kidding! 

There are so many of you out there that have helped to push us to the 6000 podcast download mark, and you probably don't even know what we look like... I mean you've downloaded the show, it's only fair that you get to see who we are too! So we decided to get dressed (most of the way, I mean it is a podcast for crying out loud) and took these pictures during our recording of episode 82 and 83. I realize that Wendy's editor Winter was not featured here but that is only because she chooses to not be involved during the recordings... Otherwise, this is the team! I (Trish) am in my haunted podcast basement and Wendy (Trina) is perched high above a misty forest full of Sasquatch in her spacecraft... No, shes just got a super bad ass screen, she's obviously sitting in her adode in the desert! :P And if you are looking for an amazing paranormal story but find it hard to travel anywhere, might I suggest a rather fun podcast to listen to? It's the Creatures of the Night, and you can find it on every streaming platform that they will allow us to post our podcast on!

Sunday, January 12, 2020

10 years of investigating the paranormal...

Wow... Where do I even begin? The Creatures of the Night... A name that means so much more to us now then it did 10 years ago. 10 years ago all it really meant was a name attached to a really weird photograph that was caught in a graveyard after having a couple of unexplained occurrences... We decided then, that this was an image that EVERYONE needed to see, not just the two of us. The Creatures of the Night became the term that meant discovery and proof of the things that many others would only discuss in hushed tones. 10 years ago, believing in the paranormal wasn't really the kind of things that even the closest of families would talk about with open minds. 10 years ago Wendy and I had just realized that the two of us, even after having been friends for years before this moment in 2010, had just realized that we were destined to be on the same path. And it all happened by shear coincidence... 

Ok, so it sounds like I'm about to tell you something epic. I am not. In fact when we both realized that we shared the same interest in the paranormal, it was because Wendy had Ghost Adventures on her TV. I was over at her house with a large group of other people because Wendy was having a New Years Eve party, and like I said earlier, I knew Wendy for years prior to this. Mutual friends of ours were there as well as our families, and it was just like any other get together... Accept Wendy and I decided to visit a local cemetery once the party had pretty much died down. She had a Sony hand held camera with night vision, and I don't think I had any equipment with me on the night we made it to one of our little towns most legendary cemetery's.

We were pretty much flying by the seat of our pants too and like I said moments ago, nothing epic happened that night. Well nothing epic in the paranormal sense , anyways. What did happen 10 years ago is that we both realized that the paranormal was something that the both of us wanted to know more about. And we went after it. Unlike all the other mothers in the area with their book clubs or side businesses keeping them up late at night, Wendy and I were out skulking through the dark cemeteries and wooded areas around town investigating claims of haunts or other local legends. These areas quickly became our training grounds, so to speak.

When the first big adventure to explore ghosts in other areas of the US presented itself to us, we jumped in head-first! Wendy found an amazing location, just a short 8 hour drive away. The Watseka Wonder House in Watseka Il. Look this is a location that is no longer available to explore. The owner remodeled the house and now lives in it, but this is a legendary location that is all but unknown otherwise. This place has a huge historical foundation in paranormal happenings and for our first time out exploring locations with a haunting background, this was such an amazing first for us. I'm not going to tell you the whole story, but I HIGHLY recommend looking up Watseka Wonder online because its a story that everyone should know. 

From the amazing Watseka Wonder house we found ourselves exploring the Waverly Hills Sanitarium which is a very large and very foreboding building with a lot of very long dark hallways. But we were ready and again found ourselves questioning the things we encountered. Whispered voices, strange pictures, other noises that didn't make sense. Answers to pendulum questions and breathy EVP's... Every place we were exploring now gave us more questions then answers and the two of us spent a lot of late nights discussing our thoughts, beliefs and our plans for more locations.

At this point we were hooked. Every rush of unexplained cold air. Every time we had a strange feeling or heard voices coming from no living person. Exploring new paranormal locations became our purpose, and we couldn't wait to visit the next one. In this case the next one was the James Eldred house. Another 8 hour drive there and back. Oh, did I forget to mention that? At this point we were still running straight off of adrenaline. We would drive there, investigate thru the night and as the sun just barely began peaking up over the horizon, we'd pack up and head home. And the James Eldred house did everything possible to try and run us into the ground. The spirits there were highly active and seemed to be visual for me and sensory for Wendy. We both had completely different experiences at this location, but both were completely unlike any experiences we'd had, thus far...

Then we decided to sleep in a haunted location. How'd that turn out you might ask, well I think we both slept about 30 minutes that night. Maybe? This was at a location that was only 2 hours away though. We could have gone home that night. Why didn't we? We stayed for the full experience. This was the Magnolia Manor Bed and Breakfast, and it was another location that proved itself to us in a big way. We saw shadows that would clearly indicate people moving around only to discover that the whole floor was empty. We caught a tremendous amount of disembodied voices, one was even heard coming out of the audio recorder while it was still recording. Not to mention that while inside our haunted cabin, Wendy and I felt compelled to barricade ourselves in the bedroom because of the footsteps we were hearing just outside of the door. This is another historical location that was both beautiful and full of paranormal activity that is now also no longer available for paranormal investigations.

After our visit to Magnolia Manor we didn't visit another paranormal location for several months. But when we did, it was none other then Ashmore Estates. After having been on Ghost Adventures this was a location that was been on every paranormal explorers radar. And finally after making it to the location ourselves, it was every bit of spooky as it appears on their show or on-line. Again another location filled to the brim with EVP's and strange occurrences. We witnessed a shadow moving across the hallway directly in front of us and block out sections of green lights from our laser grid. This was something quite impressive and again something new for both of us.

Shortly afterwards we drove to Ohio for a totally bizarre investigation. The whole night we were made to feel like we were a nuisance for notifying the others when we heard other voices or even saw or felt something odd... Strangely by the end of the night, after what had seemed to have been a build up of some type of energy, one of the most amazing things happened to both of us at the same time. I witnessed a dark shadow figure in the stairwell coming up the stairs the same time Wendy felt as if she was being forced towards me as if to pull me away from whatever it was I was seeing. She had no idea of what I had seen, yet she was overcome with this intense feeling and we were both left questioning everything. Leaving this investigation we stopped by briefly at the world famous Bobby Mackey's. We couldn't investigate the inside of the building though we captured EVP's around the outside of the haunted building.

These are all adventures that took place within the first two years of us realizing that this was a journey that both of us were meant to take. The things we saw, felt and experienced had all been very life changing. Leaving Sedamsville in Ohio and our quick visit to Bobby Mackey's actually landed me in the hospital having an emergency appendectomy. I was left questioning if that was due to the things I experienced at Sedamsville, the shadow figure in the stairs or some of the other things we attempted to alert the group to, or if by chance it was due to the fact that I had taken home a small trinket from Bobby Mackey's Music world. A place said to contain a portal to hell.. The further we explored the paranormal, the more I felt that we were becoming beacons to the spirits. It was as if they noticed that we were out looking for them and I didn't realize then how scary that thought could actually be. 

Well "scary" ok... But we're still actively searching for answers to the unknown. After all of the experiences we've had I can say that we are a lot less naive about it. We understand how important it is to be respectful, and how necessary it is to prepare ourselves and gear with cleansing rituals and  techniques that will prevent ghostly attachments which can occur. Though I don't know why any spirit would want to follow me home, however something has at least tagged along for a short ride. Before I end my story on our immersion into exploring the paranormal, I feel that I should leave you with this one story. 

During one of our late night graveyard hunts, we had to rush out due to the discovery that we were not alone in the cemetery that night. Meaning there were other people nearby making noises and basically contaminating our mini-investigation. We packed up and quickly left. So quickly in fact that most of my gear ended up being left on while in the back seat, and as we headed down the long dark road out of the cemetery my EMF meter began beeping loudly. It continued to beep until we made it out completely and were on our way to the interstate. When I went back and listened to the audio we recorded that night, I was surprised to find a voice that was captured while the devise was in my back seat. It was a low whisper but loud enough to let me know that something was there. The voice said "You didn't get far." 

The voice was right, we didn't get far. In fact the moment we stepped out into the cemetery that night I wanted to get back into the car. I had been determined since I heard that voice on my recorder that there was so more still so much more to find out. So much more left to learn. And yet coming back to Wendy's New Years Eve party that happened just 2 years prior, this life altering quest of ours might have never happened. All of these adventures and the ones that followed are all now very tied to me emotionally. Happy 10 years anniversary Wendy and Creatures of the Night! I expect to be swept away on many other life altering events as we delve even further into exploring the paranormal...    

Friday, August 9, 2019

Episode 45 - Get your creep on and talk to ghosts

The Quarantine Station in Manly, Australia was established primarily to regulate the risk of disease imported through the migration of free and convicted Europeans, and arriving merchant ships into Sydney and the surrounding areas.
Up until the 1830's, the majority of ships requiring quarantine were convict transports ships, and since they were under government contract it was easy to enforce a hold at the port for quarantine.
But with an increase in free immigrant vessels entering into the harbor, a formal statutory regulation for quarantine became necessary, which angered many commercial captains.
However, local government felt they had a reasonable concerns since many of these people had just sailed four months at sea in close quarters under the worst of conditions.  
Often, on these ships, there was a complete lack of checking for health issues before boarding the ship, let alone as they were at sea. There was insufficient concern with diet during the voyage, especially for the needs of children.
Captain and crew believed that for every three children where equal to one adult rations of food and sleeping space. So this led to an excessive number of children in cramped spaces, with inadequate food.
Legislation began to require all ships entering port to be screened for disease, and quarantined if necessary.
Original quarantine practice was to house the sick on board the vessel in which they arrived, meaning these commercial carriers would be held up in port until the sick passed away or where deemed well enough to enter into the country. Of course the captains of these ships complained and even asked for financial compensation for their time.

That form of quarantine was stopped in 1837. After that time, the sick were removed from their ship and housed ashore. This is what led to the building of the Quarantine Station at North Head in Manly.
If ships entering the port had any sick patients on board they were required to hoist a yellow flag before disembarking all passengers, not just the infected ones to the Quarantine Station.

Here they were scrubbed down and washed in carbolic acid showers to kill any germs, fleas and lice. They had their luggage autoclaved and were kept away from the local Sydney residents for several weeks or months.
In 1853, a ship with 1,000 passengers arrived and needed to be quarantined at the station which was only designed to hold 150 people, so new buildings were added but many still had to camp in tents around the grounds.
To protect the virtue of the single female passengers, barracks were constructed surrounded by a double fence with a guard station between them, to prevent communication from others with the women.
Two other new buildings were built, as well, each to house 60 people at a time and included an area for dining.
The original burial ground was levelled and the grave stones removed to make room for the construction.
In total the Quarantine Station had three cemeteries throughout its history. The approximate location of the First Cemetery (Site IIIA1, c. 1837–1853), is at the junction of the Wharf and Hospital roads.
The Second Cemetery (Site L1, 1853-1881), is located east of the 3rd Class precinct. Three headstones remain in site and two more obscured by vegetation, and the outline of another two graves visible but there’s no markers.
The Third Cemetery (Site VA1, 1881-1925), is within the School of Artillery, on Commonwealth property. Two hundred and forty one burials are registered, and the cemetery retains many headstones and markers, protected by a chain linked fence.
Some headstones from the First and Second cemeteries are on display within the grounds today.
Though after all that construction and leveling of graveyards, there was downturn in immigration during the economically stagnant period of the 1860's, between 1860 and 1879 only 138 immigrant vessels arrived, compared with the 410 between 1840 and 1859, and of these only 33 commercial ships and 29 merchant or naval vessels required cleansing at the Quarantine Station.
The issue of abandoning quarantine was raised again in 1882, and in his report on the issue the new Health Officer, C.H. Mackellar, dismissed the suggestion and even went a step further and said there should be more Quarantine Stations at other harbors, not just Sydney. He also requested that improvements be made to this station, which were approved and completed.
During the period of 1901 to 1940, Sydney and Melbourne had roughly similar numbers of immigrants (around 135,000 to 116,000 each). By 1958 there were 39 "first ports of entry" into Australia. 32 sea ports had staff capable of carrying out quarantine inspections, 10 ports were "landing places" for air entry; major quarantine stations with accommodation were established at 5 ports, and there were 3 minor quarantine stations at other Ports.  

But with the impact of improved medical science, immunization, and quarantine procedures in the twentieth century the need for quarantine dramatically plummeted. The best example of that fact was after post WWII immigration Sydney received nearly 700,000 immigrants between 1946 and 1980, nearly double the number it had received between 1831 and 1940, yet only four ships were quarantined in that period.
In all, between 1828 and 1984 at least 580 vessels were quarantined at the Quarantine Station in Manly. More than 13,000 people were quarantined at the station of whom an estimated 572 died and were buried there.

This station was Australia’s longest continuously operating quarantine station.
The soft sandstone that the station sat on served as a permanent diary, as patients who had arrived from all corners of the world began carving unique messages and images into the surrounding rock.
Thousands of carved sandstone engravings record the diverse cultural and social backgrounds as well as varying experiences of the quarantined passengers.
The book, Stories from the Sandstone, is the culmination of a three-year project run by the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sydney, which integrated the work of archaeologists, historians and heritage practitioners to investigate these engravings left behind at the Quarantine Station.
The project uncovered countless journeys, many linked to Australia’s immigrant past, including stories from Scots, Finns and New Zealanders, alongside Chinese, Turkish and Indonesian arrivals.
Today the Quarantine Station is apart of the Sydney Harbor National Park and houses a hotel called the Q Station, with fine dining, water activities, and wildlife viewing.
However many don’t just visit the Q Station for the fine amenities and the view. Many curious paranormal seekers have heard the stories of haunting phenomena in the remaining buildings of the Quarantine Station and along the grounds for years, even centuries as the nurses that use to work at the Quarantine Station even reported seeing strange happenings. On one night shift, a nurse reported seeing a ghostly man with long ponytails wandering the wards and verandas.
To this day, on-site park rangers have reported ghostly figures and lights in the unoccupied hospital wards, but upon investigation find no one there.
Other common tales include a ghostly girl, they call Mary-Anne, with blonde hair who likes to hold tourists hands and leads them around the pathways.
Sadly many ghost children have been seen at the Q Station, they often appear to other children.
But ghostly children aren’t the only spirits seen here.
Many employees, tour guides, and guest have reported seeing a shadow of a female spirit in a long dress that walks the grounds. One visitor on a tour at night swore she saw this female spirit but, of course, as she turned to get a better look no one was there.
The same visitor reported feeling a cranky male spirits present in the theater room she stated he made her feel very un-welcomed and the tour guide informed her that was a common report by many guest.
There seems to be multiple cranky spirits at the Quarantine Station as any have reported this uncomfortable feeling in a small house used as a display on the grounds and is featured on the nightly ghost tour.
More than one person reported the feeling of a tall man standing over them here in this small house and they became so uncomfortable they had to leave the house. Sounds have also been heard in here, like whispers and knocking sounds.
Many, many people have also reported a negative feeling in the shower block as well.
Some report seeing a dark male shadow, other report voices, orbs, footsteps, you name it this area of the station has it all. Many people are so uncomfortable in this room they can’t even walk through the whole building.
There’s a photo that has circulated the web of a very clear dark shadow of what you would assume is a male with a long coat on and a wide brimmed hat, they say there is another figure next to the man, possibly a child as it’s much smaller but it’s not as clear.
Ghost Hunters International actually investigated this location and they received several voices in this area which they hear in real time with their ears it was so loud and they even hear a door close while no one was near the door and they claimed it wasn’t windy at the time.

The hospital is another very active location on the grounds, people have reported voices, and some visitors feel sick or sharp pains while in the hospital but feel 100% better once they step outside.
Many call the Manly Quarantine Station the most haunted location in all of Australia, and it’s not hard to see why. The unfortunate souls who never got to leave, who traveled for so long in search of a new life but died from deadly diseases of the day which varied from the Bubonic plague, smallpox, cholera, tuberculosis, typhoid fever and Spanish influenza.
Their last few weeks, days or hours would have been spent in excruciating pain in the hospital ward, cut off from family members or have their religious last rites before they died for fear of spreading infection.
These are just a few of the reasons why many believe the site is such a hotspot for paranormal activity.

Q Station is working to redefine the full story of the Quarantine Station which was never thoroughly recorded. The real record of history is found in the lives of the ordinary people who lived it. So if you or anyone you know experienced time at the Quarantine Station as a quarantined person, you can go to their website and submit your story to be included in their collection of history on the location.
And if you have a paranormal story from the Q Station please go to any of our forms of social media and message us, that’s COTN_paranoral on Instagram and COTN paranormal on FB and Twitter, also you can email us at creaturesofthenightparanormal@gmail.com

Friday, July 19, 2019

Ok,so Moundsville happened... Lets talk.

So this week I've been focusing on adding some of our pics and findings to the blog from our  experience at Moundsville WV State Penitentiary. I just couldn't help going back and looking over all of our pictures and at our evidence, because that place was just as amazing as everyone says it is. I have to say: You 100%, need more than ONE night to investigate this building... First of all, this place is massive and I think it might work best to have a whole team split and investigating in different directions... Now, having said that, let me introduce you to our team: Wendy and Chris! That's right it's just the two of us! In case you've ever seen any of our posts or past experience reviews, we have had other people investigate with us. We had hoped to branch out, but within our small group, 

apparently no-one else turned out to be as obsessed  with the paranormal as we were... Go figure! Any who, we have come across many other equally Paranormal obsessed people since Wendy and I have started our passion many years ago, which has been very relieving.. Mostly just knowing that we were not alone! However we still ended up going to most of these locations as just the two of us. For this investigation however, Wendy talked her ever curious sister into making the trip along with her, hence the title to this podcast "We love paranormal bait!" And even though she mostly stuck it out with us, as it turns out, even this ginormous prison couldn't hold her attention. And as the night grew long, she grew tired and decided against continuing on with the investigation, only to camp out in the museum/gift ship area and take a nap with the pictures of past prisoners, actual shanks found by prison guards and of course a letter from Charles Manson... 

I think she may have been the bravest of us all! Wendy and I continued on our very cold investigation without her sister, and as the night went on for us, the place just got weirder and weirder! After already having the feeling of being touched near a jail cell, we also captured a picture of a shadow which blocked out the fencing beyond it. That happened to be in an area where the prisoners would come before going out into the yard. Later on Wendy would be touched on the head, and as we both walked along an upper cell block in front of the now empty jail cell's, her equipment bag unzips right in front of me! 
Both of us were tired from walking along the long cold lonely halls of that creepy empty prison, but the moment that we were touched or our gear was mysteriously tampered with, it's like that second wind just jumped right into action! We were both immediately questioning what happened, what was that, why, how, who?... Although our questions were not answered that night, our experience was quite amazing. I feel this is a place that deserves a repeat investigation, and even after returning once, I'm not sure that  will even be enough. Have you had any experiences like this? The kind that leaves you with more questions then answers? It seems like, the further we go, the more questions we have... 

It’s all just part of the history - Moundsville

It's a little known fact that Charles Manson pleaded to the warden at West Virginia State Penitentiary for a transfer out of his California prison to be closer to home. However Warden Donald Bordenkircher refused his request, stating "It will be a cold day in hell! Before you know it, you've got a wildman on your hands. We have our own problems without taking anybody else's."

This incredible letter from Charles Manson to the warden is now on display behind glass at the famous penitentiary. Hear all of the details on our experience at this infamous haunted location on our podcast: We love paranormal bait. 👻 Episode 33

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Somethings in the kitchen at Moundsville

This is a quick little video that we filmed in the kitchen of the Moundsville State Penitentiary. This is a very short clip, but it leaves behind so many questions! Something appears momentarily from behind one of the posts, then it ducks away and then briefly appears on the opposite side. We called this one "peek-a-boo" because this entity seems to be trying to hide after spotting us, or thinking we had spotted it!

Because this one was so quick, and trimmed down for social media, I added the arrow to the looped part of the video to help you see it. Also if your brightness is turned down, you may want to crank it up. This entity is actually lighter then the dark room...

We discussed this experience in Episode 33 on the Creatures of the Night Podcast... That's right, we are podcasting now! Look for it everywhere podcasts are found! Also all of  our evidence from Moundsville are available on Youtube. You can access the playlist by clicking on this link: