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Posted on: 14/03/2014 12:54:25
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hmmm, going with organisations ................. are these the 'in it for the profit' organisations or the type of group that do it to try and prove the existence of the afterlife

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Posted on: 14/03/2014 12:51:53
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Hello mate,

sorry its taken a while, seems everyone is on facebook these days lol.
Best way is just to ask if they are open to hosting paranormal investigations and how much they would charge, this can be anywhere from nominal to humungous, just tell them how many and if possible tell them why you wish to investigate the location

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Posted on: 26/01/2014 15:44:22
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sounds interesting

as ive just said on the other new member it may well be worth looking up the HGC pages on facebook, look forward to seeing you there

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Posted on: 26/01/2014 15:42:23
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Hi

sorry but this forum seems to have died a bit of a slow death recently, i think it may well be due to the facebook pages, look us up on there, we have two pages both used regular

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Posted on: 08/11/2013 11:11:06
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Morning,

seems youve had technical difficulties lol

welcome back

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Posted on: 05/10/2013 7:28:42
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Chris did you receive the pm from Dave regarding an investigation?

perhaps you and your dad could join us one night over Halloween at Beaulieu

http://www.beaulieu.co.uk/beaulieu- ... stigations

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Posted on: 05/10/2013 7:21:45
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i must point out, that was in no way a thorough investigation and nothing to do with the way the HGC would conduct an investigation, just something of interest at an outdoor location

however, in a few weeks (busy busy with halloween lol) it would be interesting to meet you and your dad and look at the area's where the sightings occured

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Posted on: 04/10/2013 13:27:04
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right went to the area on Wednesday, as Chris said it is a road with one house at the far end next to shut off railway lines, a park running one side with a main road above it to the other side. A full invo therefore impossible as most instruments would be useless.

Psychic Impressions

a male spirit was around
a very serious hard working person
was from a time before the main road was put in
took us over bridge to woodland the other side of railway line (this was fenced in with barbed wire so we couldn't go any further)
he had a horse with him
a strong emotional release, relieved to be acknowledged.
never been spoken to before, he felt he was on his own with no family around
a builder (construction worker)
still obsessed with work, only happy when building
just over 5 foot tall, stooping back, hip deformity, chubby faced, stout chap, very strong, prominent cheek bones, had mental issues and was on his own for being 'a bit different'
lived with his adopted grandparents all his life until they passed
*his grandad had a small dog, he was a child that followed them when they went for walks or left the house
his grandmother appears to have been frightened of his appearance and mental issues so he spent his time with his grandad
was made to sleep in a shed type building attached to the main house
grandad passed when he was around 10 years old and he then lived in total isolation outside the house, even after his grandmother passed he stayed outside of the house

Franks Box
(not universally accepted evidence but being experimented with)

names given :-

Clifford

a man who walked his dog, worked in the area, when asked what his dog was called heard the word "pointer"
asked if it would be easier to talk through a spirit board the word "probably" was very clear

Sarah Wheeler - just given as a name, same woman's voice constantly heard but no real information given

A different female voice was heard to call "Bob"

My experience in the area

at the top of Spicers Hill, just by the traffic lights there is a thatched cottage set back, on the same side as Rushington Industrial Estate
about a year ago, outside the cottage a little back from the road was a man in wet weather gear with something black about knee high to his side, stood completely still in mid stride. The odd thing was no one else seemed to notice him at all, unfortunately being a main road i couldn't pull over and investigate, one thing stood out was his facial features, very strong cheek bones and bulbous nose very prominent

a night time visit may be in order to see if any further information can be gained depending on how the locals use the park by the side of the road there



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Posted on: 02/10/2013 10:34:47
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Dave

can you get Lesley to do a background check on the area and cobbler if possible

thank you kindly

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Posted on: 02/10/2013 10:06:05
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AT LAST

todays the day im going to pop up there, be back later, if not the ive been ghostknapped

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