What I learned from Hearne.

May 16, 2017

So, I just want to give you all a quick update on the investigation we did on April 29, in Hearne, TX. I will start by saying I went in to this investigation skeptical to say the least. Like majority of the cases we get, the claims ranged from the usual to pretty damn extreme ie: a house “screaming or crying.” I had no idea what the home owner meant at the time, but little did I know that this was a case that would stick with me to this day. For majority of the investigation it was absolutely dead; there was literally zero activity for the first 6 or so hours of the night, but that all changed around 0100. The home owner claimed that the house seemed to come alive between the hours of 2300-0600, and seemed to be especially active when she played gospel music. Well, considering we were getting absolutely nothing, I began provoking and JT decided it would be a good idea to put on some Elvis gospel. The events that happened next were some of the most intense moments that I have ever experienced in my now sixteen years of investigating the paranormal. The house literally came alive. It felt as though a 12’ by 12’ subwoofer was suddenly powered up from beneath the floorboards of the house, causing the ENTIRE house to shake for a good 3-5 seconds. (At the time in the midst of all the excitement it felt closer to a minute, but hey, THANKS ADRENLINE!) For the next few hours, footsteps were heard, unknown noises and banging were captured throughout the house, and we unknowingly caught multiple EVPs that will be uploaded to the site in due time. If I learned anything that night, it was to never take someone’s personal experiences lightly, no matter how far out they might seem. We are still in the process of going through the hours and hours of video and audio footage that we captured, we will keep you updated as we go. Thanks for sticking with us and continue to check back for updates regularly.

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