Dale Lundgren - AAPI Member
Daniels Park – Home to an old 19th century armory on the south face of the hill, a ghost named "Kether" dwells. It is reported that she was sacrificed on a certain location as punishment for disobedience. Rumor has it her coven's beliefs were loosely based on worship of the Egyptian god "set" and when she disobeyed her orders, she was murdered at once. Repeatedly it has been recorded that on hot summer days the concrete and stone bunker suddenly grows cold. Legend also states that the very spot where her blood spilled suddenly becomes damp to the touch. An apparition has also been seen at this same location.
The evening we were present there seemed to be an entity that did not agree with one of us. IT is protocol that when you feel threatened and/or in danger, you leave the area and head for safety. With one individual, safely, in the vehicle, the others carried 2 way radios for communication while the party in the vehicle acted as security and recorded notes on the laptop. During the outing our medium became very agitated and started feeling cramp. As she was bent over in pain, this shot was taken. We can plainly see the 3 individuals present, however, there seems to be a figure of a girl standing inside, looking to the right, of the medium. Also, what she seems to be looking at is a ectoplasmic form starting to take shape. In the photo, from right to left: investigator standing, ectoplasmic form, girl standing in medium, the medium bent over looking down, 2 nd investigator shining a light.
Below are the cropped and blown up sections of the photo above. The different photos show the color and lightened section as well as the depolarized enhancement. The depolorization process shows us the substantial thickness of the form in a photograph. It holds enough substance to effect total 2 dimensionality in a one form or another. In other words, a solid object or form.
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